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Asian Restaurant$$$$
South Robertson, Culver City
73 Tips and reviews
  • seafood
  • singapore sling
  • squid
  • noodles
  • crab
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  • Alice K.
    Chicken Pops and the lamb roti were my favorite. Curry noodles and the Szechuan dumplings were also great!
  • Mariana W.
    Mariana WApril 26
    Big portions so start on the low side. We ordered the brussels sprouts, market fish and the salad. Not blown away with any of them. Maybe try the rice or noodle dishes which are supposed to be good.
  • Beka C.
    Beka CJanuary 8
    Food is top notch but can easily rack up the bill with a few dishes. Tapas-style Asian; 3-4 plates serves a table of two nicely. Outdoor patio for nice weather days (and heated pit for cold ones).
  • John S.
    John SteidleNovember 27, 2016
    Black rice and dumplings were among the favorites, but everything was delicious.
  • Ricky S.
    Ricky SherrillOctober 10, 2016
    Perfect for a nice relaxing lunch.
  • jeffrey m.
    jeffrey merrihueSeptember 23, 2016
    Been here 5+ times
    Great Brussel Sprouts!
  • Parker W.
    Parker WilsonJuly 11, 2016
    Loved the spicy chicken pops! Singapore Sling is not too sweet, not too boozy… perfectly refreshing.
  • Johnnie Skywalking
    Johnnie SkywalkingMay 22, 2016
    Make sure to choose butterfish. Bitterly taste, sweetness and accent of herb match together and make it a perfect starter.
  • Eater
    EaterMay 9, 2016
    Try the dan dan noodles, khao soi noodles, spicy chicken pops, and even the massive rendition of beef with broccoli. All the flavors will seem familiar, but come presented in a more thoughtful way. Read more
  • AMW
    AMWApril 13, 2016
    Tried the butterfish, black rice, chicken pops, pork disasters, but no standouts.
  • Ziad A.
    Ziad Al-TurkiApril 3, 2016
    Ordered about 12 dishes. All were great. Couldn't decide on a favorite. I love excellent, very attentive service.
  • Reserve
    ReserveMarch 17, 2016
    Southeast Asian eatery Lukshon mixes up a Hot & Sour Gimlet with Monopolowa Vodka, dragon chile, lime, Thai basil and kinh gioi (a Vietnamese herb). Read more
  • Andrea T.
    Andrea TKFebruary 14, 2016
    Everything is amazing. The eggplant and whole fish are wonderful.
  • Reserve
    ReserveFebruary 10, 2016
    This Culver City Asian eatery features a green rice dish with shishito, bamboo rice, long beans, snow peas, gai lan, bok choy, edamame and jalapeño. Read more
  • Reserve
    ReserveJanuary 29, 2016
    At Lukshon, Chef Sang Yoon dishes out street food-inspired Southeast Asian fare. A curated selection of wines, unique brews, and artisanal cocktails pair well with the boldly flavored small plates. Read more
  • Clare
    ClareNovember 28, 2015
    The black rice and the tea leaf salad 😍
  • Adrian P.
    Adrian PhillipsOctober 18, 2015
    The hanger steak and Chinese broccoli was incredible. Curry noodles and crab fried rice are also highly recommended. Great for groups, share everything, they validate valet parking (enter on Venice).
  • Renee T.
    Renee TAugust 13, 2015
    Lobster roll, bar, outside seating. No dogs.
  • Renee T.
    Renee TAugust 13, 2015
    Stopped in for lunch, they had me at Lobster roll "banh mi"...Delicious! Service is superb, atmosphere fun. Teeny "bite-size" portions, so order a few.
  • LA Weekly
    LA WeeklyAugust 6, 2015
    Serves one of the top ten best Banh Mi sandwiches in LA. Read more
  • LA Weekly
    LA WeeklyAugust 6, 2015
    Lukshon's Lobster Roll Banh Mi features buttery toasted pain au lait lined w/thin-shaved pig ear terrine, which cradles a mix of sweet cooked lobster meat, celery, onion, lemongrass & Kewpie mayo. Read more
  • LA Weekly
    LA WeeklyAugust 6, 2015
    The chef, who developed a completely original burger at sister establishment Father's Office, took bánh mì in a new direction at his modern pan-Asian restaurant in Culver City's Helms Bakery complex. Read more
  • Tiffany W.
    Tiffany WJuly 18, 2015
    Came for a DineLA lunch - trendy place, and reasonably sized portions. The compressed watermelon salad was an interesting and refreshing starter.
  • Sarah P.
    Sarah PharesJuly 16, 2015
    modern Asian food in a pretty industrial/chic space. (from a friend)
  • Lina A.
    Lina A.April 26, 2015
    Food is fabulous here! For starters we had spicy chicken pops,kurobuta and chinese eggplant. For main hunan chicken rice and dandan noodles :)
  • amy G.
    amy GoldringMarch 1, 2015
    The rainbow fish is nice and not very fishy.
  • Joey
    JoeyNovember 8, 2014
    Food is fabulous! Service is impeccable!! Be sure to make reservations with a large party.
  • LA Weekly
    LA WeeklyOctober 18, 2014
    Named Best Upscale Lunch Los Angeles 2014 in our 2014 Best of LA issue! Read more
  • Christi E.
    Christi EubanksSeptember 13, 2014
    The Fujian Cure cocktail was really memorable. I don't think you can go wrong with anything on the menu but the Dan Dan Noodles were my fave
  • TV Food Maps
    TV Food MapsAugust 29, 2014
    Check out Lukshon as seen on Best Thing I Ever Ate , Unique Eats Read more
  • Chefs Feed
    Chefs FeedAugust 22, 2014
    Josef Centeno, chef of Bäco Mercat, eats here on his nights off. He loves the Spicy chicken pops. Read more
  • Los Angeles Times
    Los Angeles TimesAugust 3, 2014
    The cooking here resembles nothing you will encounter in Taipei, Myanmar or Malaysia — Sang Yoon's dan dan mian, tea-leaf salad and crab fritters approach the originals in intent, but they're his. Read more
  • LAist
    LAistAugust 1, 2014
    They're dusted with flour and deep-fried twice in peanut oil, then tossed in more sauce and some Sichuan salt. They're sticky and messy and oh-so-addictive. Read more
  • LAist
    LAistAugust 1, 2014
    Chef Sang Yoon marinates his Southeast Asian-style wings in a mixture of ginger, garlic, scallions, onions, Chinese light soy sauce and kecap manis. Read more
  • Neil R.
    Neil RososJuly 19, 2014
    Soft Shell Crab + Four Roses Sang Yoon Private Collection Bourbon.
  • Tim B.
    Tim BlackDragonJanuary 22, 2014
    Spicy Chinese Ramen and Atlantic Fluke were great but order more if you're a pig like me. Those were appetizers to me.
  • Rachel M.
    Rachel MercerOctober 26, 2013
    Everything here is amazing. 3 dishes was an ideal spread between the two of us. Really loved the Mushrooms, Beef and Broccoli, and Black Rice.
  • Karen T.
    Karen TishkoffOctober 23, 2013
    Food was amazing but I think a tweek on the beef broccoli is in order. Maybe? Chicken pops are the bomb. Happy b day steven
  • Jasmeet G.
    Jasmeet GillOctober 19, 2013
    The Brussels sprouts are amazing!!!
  • Matthew C.
    Matthew CramerOctober 8, 2013
    Love this place! Eggplant was amazing as was the crab rice. Service was terrific and not terribly expensive. Want to go back and try the exotic drinks. Ask for the chicken lollipops! Amazeballs.
  • Michael A.
    Michael AmsterSeptember 23, 2013
    See if you can get a seat at the chef's table. You can see all the action from there.
  • Bryan C.
    Bryan CastañosAugust 7, 2013
    Beef and broccoli, share it with your date/friend. One of the best dishes I've ever had. Don't be mislead by the simple name, dish is far from simple.
  • Los Angeles Times
    Los Angeles TimesJune 7, 2013
    Pan-Asian perfected in a hundred little ways, including the precise acidity of the sticky Chinese pork ribs, the aromatics in the reinvented Singapore Sling and the deconstructed shrimp toast. Read more
  • bondad
    bondadFebruary 26, 2013
    Lunchtime squid salad was $
  • Maritess 💋 C.
    Maritess 💋 CFebruary 24, 2013
    Spicy chicken pops are to die for! And ask if they're doing the duck special. It's not on the menu but sometimes they offer it and it's delicious!
  • Melissa H.
    Melissa HOctober 19, 2012
    Spicy chicken pops!
  • Chris B.
    Chris BlakelySeptember 8, 2012
    Nice decor, delicious dishes, super service, complimentary sparkling and still water, complimentary desserts for the table! The no-substitutions policy was not an issue at all.
  • Andy Y.
    Andy YenMay 15, 2012
    Try the DanDan Noodles - Spicy noodles
  • Wolfgang Puck
    Wolfgang PuckApril 26, 2012
    WP Pastry Chef Sherry Yard recommends the foie gras ganache!
  • Rebs Y.
    Rebs YApril 13, 2012
    Order the Singapore Sling: "the Singapore Sling here, pared to its bittersweet tropical essentials, is a revelation"
  • Judy L.
    Judy L.March 10, 2012
    Wow, many dishes are spicy without advertising so. Ask the waitstaff if a dish is spicy to make sure. I love spicy but my husband can't handle it. We can't share some dishes here.
    TOWN&COUNTRYFebruary 28, 2012
    Delectable Southeast Asian-inspired dishes like duck popiah (spring rolls made with leek pancakes) and Ma La ris de veau (hot pickled sweetbreads) for true foodies
  • Shannon M.
    Shannon McCookFebruary 10, 2012
    Amazing food. Chef veganized the black mushroom maitake and chanterelle dish, the yu choy, Thai tea salad, and spicy eggplant. Fresh, mellow, modern atmosphere. (4 of 4 petals via Fondu) Read more
  • H. Peter J.
    H. Peter JiDecember 13, 2011
    Small on the menu means a really small amount. Guys, order Big or Noddles.
  • S.Y. N.
    S.Y. NamDecember 13, 2011
    Chicken pops, lamb belly
  • Mitch M.
    Mitch MOctober 8, 2011
    Chicken pops.
  • Czara J.
    Czara JOctober 5, 2011
    Order the Manila Clams. And when you do, ask for a bowl of steamed rice and pour the clam juice concoction all over it and ENJOY!
  • LA Weekly
    LA WeeklyOctober 5, 2011
    " edgy, grown-up restaurant serving an Asianized, farm-centered, technique-oriented small-plates menu, ... with even more polish: a new sort of cuisine." - Jonathan Gold Read more
  • Kimberly W.
    Kimberly WaldropSeptember 16, 2011
    Been here 5+ times
    Don't forget a bottle of wine to compliment the flavorful Asian food!
  • Greg S.
    Greg SantosSeptember 11, 2011
    Try the Singapore Sling and the fluke sashimi with pickled watermelon
  • Andrew Vino50 Wines
    Andrew Vino50 WinesSeptember 9, 2011
    Amazing wines to pair with the cuisine. Ask for the Diatom White if still available. Its super dry and crisp and not what you think of as a California wine. Try and guess the grape used...
  • Ashley Q.
    Ashley QuinceJuly 24, 2011
    Pork Belly and Lemon Noodles. God sent. Heavenly. Order it ;)
  • Julian N.
    Julian NamJune 22, 2011
    Beef Rendang is delicious. Also get the black rice. Everything is a bit too salty though ...
  • The Feast
    The FeastJune 9, 2011
    Sang Yoon from Father's Office strikes again with an Asian small plates menu. Don't miss the black rice dish. Read more
  • Mel d.
    Mel de LeonApril 22, 2011
    Been here 25+ times
    B.Y.O. Birthday Candles
  • James S.
    James SchienleMarch 29, 2011
    Order everything off the menu if you are with AR!
  • LA Weekly
    LA WeeklyMarch 23, 2011
    Featured in LA Weekly's "L.A.'s Best Cocktails: Our 55 favorites and where to find them." (Click 'More Info') Read more
  • sophia t.
    sophia tyFebruary 17, 2011
    my favorites were the stuffed squid and the malpeque oysters. The heirloom black rice was great too; the flavor reminds of the rice bowls at Chego.
  • J.D.
    J.D.February 11, 2011
    Chicken dumpling soup w/ 63 degree egg - for the egg
  • Marc G.
    Marc GraserFebruary 6, 2011
    Definitely order the lamb sausage pizza, the amazing squid and short ribs.
  • AskMen
    AskMenFebruary 3, 2011
    Prince Edward Island mussels, garlic pork belly, Dandan noodles & heirloom black rice are among the dishes we’re looking forward to, though the squid stuffed with Chiang Mai pork sausage is also good. Read more
  • Thrillist
    ThrillistJanuary 18, 2011
    The their cocktail/booze program here's got rare, Asia-imported spirits and unique mixed drinks like the vodka/ sriracha/ Thai basil/ kecap manis/ prawn salt "Shrimp Cocktail". Read more
  • Jenny L.
    Jenny LMarch 10, 2016
    serious deliciousness
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