Spice Table

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Details
114 S Central Ave (at E 1st St)
Los Angeles, CA 90012
(213) 620-1801
Vietnamese, Asian
$ $
Hours
Mon–Thu: 5:30 PM–10:00 PM Fri: 5:30 PM–11:00 PM Sat: 11:30 AM–2:30 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Feast on fuzzy squash, lap chong and dried scallops, or share a catfish clay pot and a satay mix of chicken, pork, lamb belly and prawns grilled on Spice Tables wood-burning hearth.
  • It feels a bit like a grand steampunk machine dedicated to turning out roasted bone marrow with laksa leaf, kon loh mee noodles with barbecued pork, grilled lamb belly and fried chicken wings.
  • Bryant Ng, once chef de cuisine at Pizzeria Mozza, is cooking up tantalizing contemporary Asian fare at his new Vietnamese-Singaporean restaurant in Little Tokyo.
  • Kaffir Lime Custard dessert FTMFW!! Btw, its completely worth it to be greedy and not share this dessert. Actually, I recommend it!
  • Expect a dimly lit rustic den of exposed brick and hanging bird cages, scarf down Vietnamese/Singaporean plates with craft brews. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Chef Bryant Ng caught the bug to cook while growing up washing dishes at his parents Chinese-American restaurant. His lightly fried cauliflower with turmeric and fiery fish sauce is a hit.
  • Expect a dimly lit rustic den of exposed brick and hanging bird cages, scarf down Vietnamese/Singaporean plates with craft brews.
  • Brian Ng's (formerly of Mozza) new Spice Tablein Little Tokyo has a perfect little patio out front. Order mini beer flights and the spicy curry fried chicken wings. [Ultimate Al Fresco List]
  • Jonathan Gold takes his First Bite at Spice Table (read the article, click 'More Info' below)
  • The restaurant combines Singaporean and Vietnamese flavors.The sambal fried potatoes are addictive, as are the fried cauliflower florets, which are perfectly fried.
  • Niman Ranch pigs tailbraised to softness before being caramelized over a fire and served with lettuce cups, a platter of mint stems, and fish sauceis a seamless dish of stunning integrity.
  • The Must-Have Dishes: Laksa, chicken livers on toast, banh mi.
  • Get the chile prawns and lamb belly satay!
  • The Kaya Toast and the Raw Yellowtail are amazing. Their Beef Rendang was good but super hot/spicy, so make sure to have a glass of water ready. I didn't like the Laksa though... it tasted too fishy.
  • The Kaya toast is a slice of paradise.
  • if you like spicy...
  • Kaya Toast
  • Get the Lamb Belly Satay! Comes with peanut sauce and about 6 sticks.
  • Bring your appetite! Something happens here that makes you unable to STOP ORDERING MORE FOOD! So. So. Good.
  • Fried catfish sandwich for lunch is delicious! A bit of a kick, too!