Lukshon

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Sang Yoon's Lukshon, located in the Helms Bakery complex, is just steps away his other eatery Father’s Office. But the similarities end with chef and geography. Where Father’s Office is one of the city’s first gastropubs with a decidedly American menu—that burger!—Lukshon is the first of its own kind—an upscale and polished restaurant that reinterprets Southeast Asian flavors. Glorious spicy chicken pops is an addicting bowlful of drumettes slathered in thick sweet soy sauce and sprinkled with subtly spicy Sichuan salt. While dishes like Dan Dan noodles and Chinese black mushrooms may seem ordinary, they’re reinvented just enough so you don’t mind paying the upscale prices. To end, the nightly-changing dessert—carrot cake one evening, mango panna cotta another—is complimentary and, invariably, fantastic.

By: Tien Nguyen

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Venue name: Lukshon
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Address: 3239 Helms Ave
Los Angeles
90232
Opening hours: Mon 5:30-10pm; Tue-Thu noon-3pm, 5:30-10:30pm; Fri noon-3pm, 5:30-10:30pm; Sat 5:30-10:30pm
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The management/service was terrible, but the food was good. I'd recommend the Thai Clam Chowder and the coconut dark chocolate "rocks" for dessert.

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Came here for dineLA so we could get an amazing deal at Sang Yoon's famous restaurant. The food was amazing, especially loved the beef & broccoli and the dumplings along with the coconut rocks for dessert. In the heart of Culver City, the atmosphere inside and outside is great! I'll definitely be back.