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The Spice Table

Map & Directions 114 S. Central Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90012
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213-620-1840
  • Singaporean
  • Mon-Sat 11:30am-3:30pm, Mon-Wed 5:30pm-11pm, Thu-Sat 5:30pm-0am
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Takeout
  • Dinner
  • Beer/Wine
  • Reservations Accepted, Online Reservations Available
  • Parking Lot Available, Parking Validation, Street Parking

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LA Weekly's Description

Spice Table serves neither regional Italian dishes nor the food of the Mediterranean, but chiefly riffs on the cooking of Singapore: spice-rubbed sticks of satay; cabbage braised with bacon and dried shrimp; and crunchy fried chicken wings whose crust is laced with hot, South Indian curry. This isn't quite the food of the hawker centers, but it isn't tame. The famous black-pepper crab is abstracted into a kind of juicy crab canape, the curry laksa is jolted with the strong, toasted shrimp paste belacan and the closest thing to french fries on the menu is the deep-fried cauliflower, which is grand. I loved the skewers of grilled beef tripe, which picked up all the smokiness from the grill. And the perfect crossover dish? Sambal potatoes, which is Mozza's fried potatoes smeared with spicy chile paste. See full review.

 
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Tips from foursquare

  • LA Weekly on 03/25/11

    Jonathan Gold takes his First Bite at Spice Table (read the article, click 'More Info' below)

  • AskMen on 04/08/11

    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 Table’s wood-burning hearth.

  • Los Angeles Times on 06/06/13

    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.

  • Los Angeles Times on 10/17/11

    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.

  • Starry K. on 07/17/11

    Kaffir Lime Custard dessert FTMFW!! Btw, its completely worth it to be greedy and not share this dessert. Actually, I recommend it!

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