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Japanese restaurant K-Zo topped Zagat's Top 5 List of Culver City restaurants, posted December 21, 2011
Number 1: K-Zo
At K-Zo, says the guide, "master chef Keizo orchestrates a divine experience of beautiful sushi and Japanese small plates with impeccable sauces."
Number 2: Lukshon
"Chef Sang Yoon (of Father’s Office fame) earns raves for his new concept housed inside Culver City’s Helms Bakery, presenting large and tapas-style plates of imaginative Southeast Asian–inspired cuisine that packs a punch” -Zagat
Number 3: Father's Office
“True hamburger connoisseurs call the gigantic, sloppy blue-cheese version one of the best in town – despite a strict no-ketchup policy – at these frenetic Santa Monica and Culver City gastropubs, also known for an endless array of exotic microbrews." - Zagat
Number 4: A-Frame
"Roy Choi, the brains behind Kogi and Chego!, strikes again with this Eclectic foodie destination in Culver City turning out outrageous serious stoner food that’s fun to share – like housemade kettle corn and beer-can chicken – in a cool, picnic-style setting in a converted IHOP that’s straight out of Dwell magazine." - Zagat
Number 5: Waterloo & City
"A smart destination for foodies in Culver City, this gastropub showcases talented chef Brendan Collins’ hearty, sophisticated Modern British fare that’s adventurous but not too experimental, including excellent charcuterie plates, backed by terrific beer and wine." - Zagat
You can read the reviews of all the restaurants here.