serves modern Indonesian-inspired Southeast Asian fare, including plentiful street snacks and large format dinners, reflective of Chef Harryson Tobing’s childhood and travels. Outfitted with warehouse windows and high ceilings, the dimly lit spot boasts a chic, industrial vibe. Creative cocktails influenced by different Southeast Asian countries are on offer to complement the cuisine.
“As the sun sets, the space transitions into dinner service,” describes LA Weekly. “ The dimly lit dining room becomes dotted with tea lights and is punctuated by a dramatically backlit bar. It feels like the coolest loft party in Venice.”