Simbal

319 E. Second St., Ste. 202
Los Angeles, California 90013
213-626-0244
Simbal

Photo by Anne Fishbein Marinated duck at Simbal

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  • Tue.-Sat., 6-10 p.m.
Chef and owner Shawn Pham's resume includes stints at the Bazaar, Sona and the French Laundry, plus four years living in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Simbal is supposed to be the crystallization of those experiences: Modern American fine dining meets casual Asian street food. There's a dim sum cart that roams the room, offering small snacks for newly seated guests. The back portion of the space is taken up by a bar and lounge area. Read our full review.

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