A-Frame, Culver City {restaurant}

A-Frame restaurant - furikake kettle corn

Eat here.

Heirloom Pickles

with creamy blue cheese dip and extra virgin olive oil [$8]
A-Frame restaurant - pickles and dip

Furikake Kettle Corn

buttered Blazin’ J’s Hawaiian style [$6]. Going to try making it at home with the recipe!
A Frame restaurant- furikake kettle corn

Kitchen Fries

purple Okinawan potatoes, yams, and Korean sweet potato wedges with kimchi sour cream and sea salt [$6]
A-Frame restaurant - sweet potato fries

Blue Crab Cakes

with lemongrass creme fraiche, Bibb lettuce and perilla leaf [$17]
A-Frame restaurant - crab cakes

Charred Baby Octopus

with carrot kochujang puree, bok choy, pickled vegetables and nori seaweed [$15]. Basically, Choi-ified nakji-bokkeum.
A-Frame restaurant - charred baby octopus

“Knuckle Sandwich”

braised oxtail, tendons, knuckles and other forgotten pieces served with spicy soy chili dipping sauce and toasted bread [$12]. I LOVE THIS.
A-Frame restaurant - "knuckle sandwich"

Cracklin Beer Can Chicken

with kimchi, century egg, salsa roja, and salsa verde [$12 for half, $21 for whole].
A-Frame restaurant - fried chicken

Patio Overhead Lighting

A-Frame restaurant - patio, lighting

A-Frame Restaurant

A-Frame restaurant

12565 Washington Boulevard
Culver City, CA 90066

Jonathan Gold’s 99 Essential Restaurants: 2011
[spontaneous dinner trip to westside with Le Ben, first time at A-Frame, 11.26.2011]

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{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Lynn @ The Actor's Diet November 27, 2011 at 7:50 pm

i’ve only been to a-frame once, but it’s already one of my favorite restaurants!


2 Jin Yoo-Kim November 28, 2011 at 10:35 am

i cannot wait to go.


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