Los Angeles

California Cuisine, with an Asian Twist

Looking to spice things up? This week we’re featuring restaurants that infuse California cuisine with Asian flavors and textures. From Hannah An’s Vietnamese version of crab and uni noodle to Chef Tin Vuong’s Sa-po mixed seafood hot pot and Sang Yoon’s beef and broccoli, you’ll be instantly transported to the East (even if you live on the Westside).

This summer only, Hinoki & the Bird will also be offering a secret, off-menu cocktail exclusive to Reserve diners. Made with Bombay gin, Luxardo Maraschino Liqueur, Aperol and lemon, “The Reserve” is the perfect summer cocktail.

Read more about our featured restaurants below.

Hinoki & the Bird (Century City)

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Hinoki & the Bird is an imaginative dining concept that pushes modern California cooking to vibrant new bounds. Taking cues from travels through the Silk Road, the restaurant serves a colorful kaleidoscope of bright flavors infused with a healthful sensibility and impeccable technique.

The District By Hannah An (Beverly Grove)

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The District By Hannah An is a Vietnamese restaurant inspired by rich culinary traditions and the abundance of fresh California ingredients. The bi-level space boasts indoor and outdoor dining options, as well as an expansive list of wines, beers and exotic craft cocktails.

Little Sister (South Bay)

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Little Sister’s menu showcases Chef Tin Vuong’s take on the interesting and rich collision of food and culture born out of the European colonization of Southeast Asia. Dishes blend and balance the spices and flavors of Southeast Asia with French techniques and Dutch and British colonial influences

Lukshon (Beverly Hills)

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Lukshon is the creation of one of LA’s most celebrated chefs, Sang Yoon. The restaurant offers  an exquisite and modern take on authentic Southeast Asian cuisine and its wonderfully diverse ingredients.

Even if you aren’t traveling to Asia anytime soon, you can still dine like you are. Request a table through Reserve, and you can leave your wallet (and passport) at home.

Happy Dining,

Kate Roland, Reserve LA

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