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New American Restaurant, Asian Restaurant, and Diner$$$$
Culver-West, Culver City
164 Tips and reviews
  • churros
  • seafood
  • ribs
  • roy choi
  • cocktails
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  • Diego N.
    Diego NuevoAugust 20, 2014
    Tired of burgers and hot dogs? Try a different kind of American cuisine. Corn kettle as an appetizer and a fish taco as a main course. For dessert try the chu-don't-know churros or the funnel cake.
  • Reserve
    ReserveMay 5, 2016
    A-Frame offers special, all-you-can-eat pancakes and fun sides at brunch — including the Furikake Kettle Corn with Corn Pops, chili flakes, chives and butter — as well as several refreshing cocktails. Read more
  • emily
    emilyMay 30, 2013
    Housed in a renovated IHOP, start with the Furikake Kettle Corn and end with the pound cake cinnamon churros. Great music inside but sit outside for a better chance of hearing what your company says.
  • Ms H.
    Ms HeleneMay 14, 2016
    Poke sampler is twice the size of just one for an extra $3. Tuna & avocado and shrimp, scallions and herbs. Comes with rice. Hush puppies of taro with cheese dill and sweet chilli
  • Chefs Feed
    Chefs FeedAugust 18, 2016
    The baja fish taco is 'playful' with the pickled jalapeño, crème fraîche, and Cotija cheese. There's great spice from the salsa roja, and the fish is just great. Read more
  • Natalie B.
    Natalie BubaloOctober 22, 2012
    The swordfish tacos are fantastic, as are their octopus, chicken and apparently the ribs. The topper, though, was the cinnamon churro dessert. I was forced to try them and was so glad I did. AMAZING.
  • Travel + Leisure
    Travel + LeisureSeptember 21, 2012
    A lively ski-chalet-style restaurant housed in a former IHOP, serving up inventive dishes such as beer-marinated crispy chicken with kimchi and two salsas.
  • AMW
    AMWSeptember 9, 2015
    $15 for all you can eat pancakes + $16 for bottomless brunch cocktails. If you can resist the AYCE allure, either the Loco Moco or Surfer's Sandwich (+ fried egg) is a worthy alternative.
  • Rayshawn W.
    Rayshawn WilliamsMay 31, 2016
    The hambagu steak meat is a nice alternative to the traditional hamburger patty on loco mocos. A lot softer, similar to the texture of a salisbury steak but much more flavorful.
  • Lanimaka
    LanimakaMay 19, 2014
    Potatoe Pancakes: amazing! "Bloody Maria":GREAT! Spam sandwich:good. The plate lunch with the stew and "fresh grass-fed organic beef": HUGE disappointment! Hamburger tasted like a McDonald's patty. :(
  • Zach Aarons
    Zach AaronsMay 18, 2012
    This has just become my new favorite place in LA. They took over an old iHop and gutted it. Amazing shared plates like ribs and shrimp. Delicious drinks. Reasonable… (4 of 4 petals via Fondu) Read more
  • Rachel M.
    Rachel MercerMarch 19, 2012
    You can't go wrong ordering a double cheesburger. Also if you're with some friends and are willing to indulge - you should absolutely get the "Chu-don't-know-mang" churros. Mindblowingly good.
  • Alex P.
    Alex PyatetskyApril 10, 2017
    As far as first impressions go, "all you can eat chicken night" is second only to "free money and BJs night." Food was fire. Ambiance is great. A copycat of nothing. Highly recommended.
  • Thomas C.
    Thomas ColtonJune 26, 2015
    Best loco moco I've ever had, hands down. The entire menu is tremendous. Have a drink and enjoy the communal seating. Hawaiian vibes with an urban Korean twist.
  • Stephanie C.
    Stephanie ChuJuly 29, 2012
    Place is hard to spot so look for a converted IHOP. They also don't take reservations so get there early to avoid a ridiculous wait. A must for dessert... the "Chu-Don't-Know-Mang" churros!
  • Kyle H.
    Kyle HarrisJune 20, 2011
    One of the best new restaurants in LA. Loved the comunal seating and portions. Beer canned chicken and ribs are a must. Plus check out their cocktail menu, so many options! A young hot spot!
  • Angela W.
    Angela WebbSeptember 23, 2011
    Love this place. chef attended my alma mater The French Culinary Institute. Food is great. Scandinavian barnhouse interiors. They offer you bread and butter while waiting. Bread is insanely good.
  • Esfandiar B.
    Esfandiar BehrouzMarch 23, 2014
    Been here 10+ times
    Awesome food, very cool staff, a bit loud inside, very chill outside seating, great and strong drinks, very good chef... Good for small groups (max 7-8)
  • Reserve
    ReserveMarch 17, 2016
    Order an Up in Smoke at A-Frame, with Vida Mezcal, Altos Tequila, lime, habanero and pineapple. Photo provided by A-Frame. Read more
  • Big T.
    Big T.December 21, 2013
    Nice restaurant. I was in the mood for a rib eye and was attracted by the price. A-Frame proved you get what you pay for. Get the steak at Waterloo & City next door. Better quality meat.
  • Kaia H.
    Kaia HemmingNovember 25, 2012
    Visiting from NYC and this was one of the best meals I've had in awhile! Good vegetarian options. Island farmer's market salad and churros were amazing!!!
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsSeptember 17, 2013
    Small dinner plates with a picnic feel from chef Roy Choi, with lots of cocktails and a perfect Beer Can Chicken.
  • Ryan B.
    Ryan BuenaventuraAugust 25, 2013
    The cracklin beer can chicken and baby back ribs are famous but the Furikake pop corn is a must. Crazy buttery!
  • Go Find Alice
    Go Find AliceApril 23, 2015
    Beautiful beautiful plates and outdoor seating. Must try their kettlecorn and beer cracklin fried chicken!
  • Fred S.
    Fred StephensAugust 20, 2014
    Hooked. The wings and the unlimited pancakes are enough to garner a cult following. Sit outside with good with hood friends and enjoy good food.
  • Maia K.
    Maia K.S.March 13, 2015
    New hawaiian theme is 👌, but warning, gets pricey quick! Homemade Spam musubi is nothing compared to the real thing in Hawaii; though.
  • Daniel L.
    Daniel L.November 15, 2012
    Split a whole order of the Beer Can chicken with a friend and sit by the bar to feel less like you're in a cafeteria. Great food by Chef Choi!
  • Rayshawn W.
    Rayshawn WilliamsMay 31, 2016
    The hoisin chili glaze on the O.G. Ribs is awesome! Literally had me licking the bones after the meat was gone.
  • Nick T.
    Nick TaylorApril 9, 2012
    If its date night, beware of communal seating. Also watch out for the throwing popcorn on the counter... oh yea i forgot its picnic style. Good branding and marketing tho
  • CK
    CKJune 20, 2012
    Communal Tables. Order everything and anything, but don't forget to have "Chu-Don't-Know-Mang" at the end of your meal! I daydream about it all the time.
  • Jon B.
    Jon BerryAugust 29, 2011
    Amazing and beautiful re-use of an IHOP. Great beer selection (Weihenstephaner! Curieux!) but a little disappointed they serve all the beers in pilsner glasses.
  • Mike C.
    Mike ChauFebruary 17, 2013
    Try the Westside Plate Lunch - Hearty stew over rice, fried eggs, hamburger patty and hot sauce. It's a hipster loco moco. Pretty good.
  • Brian N.
    Brian NunneryMarch 2, 2015
    Bottomless pancakes and mimosas. Because bottomless pancakes and mimosas. Try the Lilikoi Butter or POG pancakes, they're great!
  • Kayla J.
    Kayla JohnsonApril 19, 2015
    Nice addition to the neighborhood. I've lived here my whole life, and it's nice to see good/fun restaurants popping up.
  • Amaya D.
    Amaya DelermeJuly 22, 2017
    Try the street corn, Brussels beach and definitely get the beer can chicken if you like juicy crispy delicious chicken
  • Jeet M.
    Jeet MarwadiFebruary 23, 2016
    Bottomless Bloodymarys are phenomenal. No satisfying vegetarian options, especially for brunch, but great pancake and chicken deal.
  • Shelley
    ShelleyJune 24, 2012
    They have Cocchi here!! Best Italian invention ever. Try it in the Pale Rider: gin, cocchi americano, dolin blanc, grapefruit bitters
  • Nick B.
    Nick BurdFebruary 2, 2014
    Been here 10+ times
    Beer can chicken, octopus, Vietnamese salad, and lamb meatballs. Everything here is great but those are my favs.
  • Ryan A.
    Ryan AmbsDecember 20, 2015
    The sauces are so good that it almost doesn't matter what you order. Beer can chicken was cooked well. Skip the squash. Pork belly ssam was okay but ended up just eating it in pieces.
  • Syed N.
    Syed NaqviSeptember 4, 2013
    Learned the hardest that the Ribeye is just not enough food for the price. Devastated an otherwise great first impression from the Clam chowder the night before. Will take my time going back. Shame.
  • Tasting Table
    Tasting TableAugust 3, 2012
    Dig into the all-you-can-eat fried-chicken weekend lunch. Fried to the nutty side of golden-brown, Roy Choi’s chicken has an impressive shell: Read more
  • AskMen
    AskMenDecember 2, 2010
    The Korean-style barbecued lamb chops and Peruvian-style cracklin' beer-can chicken are among the A-Frame's tasty offerings. Time to get those hands dirty! Read more
  • Mike C.
    Mike ChauFebruary 17, 2013
    Try the Chu-Don't-Know-Mang - Pound cake cinnamon Churros with malted chocolate milk and vanilla ice cream. Excellent.
  • Connie C.
    Connie ChiuFebruary 11, 2017
    Try the furkikake popcorn, pork belly wrap, musubi plate, and the coconut rye stout. Beer chicken was alright.
  • jennifer h.
    jennifer hanNovember 23, 2010
    communal style dining is fun. order the ribs, steak torta, dyn-o-mite potato and get messy! apple pie & cheddar ice cream is good but skip the thick-ass ice cream sammie. it's hard as concrete.
  • Joe M.
    Joe MiragliottaOctober 27, 2012
    I'd recommend the Backwoods to start your night if you like whiskey. It's a great evening starter and recommended by the GM.
  • Valerie N.
    Valerie NunisMarch 9, 2014
    The beer can chicken, baby back ribs and fish tacos were amazing! Good gin cocktails too.
  • Jimmy M.
    Jimmy MoutonMarch 9, 2013
    If I knew how to make the skin of chicken as crispy as the Cracklin Beer Can Chicken I would be 6,285 pounds.
  • August D.
    August DaviesJanuary 18, 2014
    Everything we've tried so far is good. I wish the chicken fell of the bone, but other than that....
  • Max
    MaxJanuary 2, 2011
    Don't leave without trying the baked potato (even the skin is good), BBQ lamp chops, and clam chowder (which has a Thai Tom Yum character to it).
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