The Spice Table in Downtown Los Angeles
My friend Susan and I went to The Spice Table for lunch. This Southeast Asian restaurant "celebrates the culinary heritage of Chef/owner Bryant Ng (Singapore) and his wife Kim (Vietnam)." Thus, banh mi for lunch.
Japanese American National Museum), across from the Japanese Village Plaza (get the imagawayaki) and next to the Yogurtland.
lunch and dinner - I will definitely want to come back for dinner and try the menu. They have an interesting way of saying no substitutions; the menu reads, "Changes and modifications are politely declined."
Although a little messy, this was really good. I'm pretty weak with the spices (I am Japanese American) so it was spicy to me.
My friend Susan got that and I tried a bit. I like it but would get it again without the mayo.
I really liked the slaw. I'm not a fan of regular cole slaw (too much mayo), but this was only lightly dressed and those peanuts just make it delicious.
Flying Pig's food truck's brick and mortar restaurant. I just hope they don't do any filming there...
Los Angeles, CA 90012 (213) 620-1840
Lunch menu - Dinner menu