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The Spice Table

(98 Rate)
114 S Central Ave
(213) 620-1840
(98 Rate)
114 S Central Ave
(213) 620-1840

About :

Cooking Southeast Asian food inspired by Singapore and Vietnam. Closed because Metro Transit Authority is knocking down our historic building.


The Metro Transportation Authority (MTA) will be demolishing our beautiful and storied brick building to make way for a shiny new underground subway station. Thank you Metro.


114 S Central Ave ,CA ,90012
(213) 620-1840
34.04864, -118.23882

Opening Hours :

Monday: 17:30AM - 22:00PM
Tuesday: 17:30AM - 22:00PM
Wednesday: 17:30AM - 22:00PM
Thursday: 17:30AM - 22:00PM
Friday: 17:30AM - 23:00PM
Saturday: 17:30AM - 23:00PM

Other Information


amex ,cash_only ,discover ,mastercard ,visa


Parking available ,Street parking ,Valet parking

Restaurant Services:

delivery ,catering ,groups ,kids ,outdoor ,reserve ,takeout ,waiter ,walkins

Restaurant Specialties:

breakfast ,coffee ,dinner ,drinks ,lunch
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We're going to be in Chinatown this Sunday, 7/13/14, 4-7pm, for Food GPS Rib Festival. We haven't seen you in awhile, so please come by! Serving Lamb ribs (cumin, chile, mustard) with Burrata (sambal marinated eggplant, breadcrumbs). nn


Death by Train - The Spice Table's Last SuppernnThe Spice Table is serving its last supper December 31, 2013. The Metro Transportation Authority (MTA) will be demolishing our beautiful and storied brick building to make way for a shiny new underground subway station. We are still in the process of looking for a suitable relocation site in Downtown or adjacent for the rebirth of The Spice Table.nnIn the meantime, Kim & I are overjoyed that we are teaming up with Josh & Zoe (Rustic Canyon, Huckleberry, Milo & Olive, and Sweetrose Creamery) to open a restaurant in Santa Monica during summer 2014. We're still working through the details of the new restaurant, but the food will be influenced by the flavors of Southeast Asia and the culinary heritages of Kim and myself.nnRegarding the closing of The Spice Table, I've already gone through the gamut of emotions: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. Kim and I opened The Spice Table with no expectations beyond sharing the flavors of Southeast Asia to as many people as possible. The response to what we were cooking and the environment we created exceeded what we ever hoped for. Your support of The Spice Table has helped me grow as a person and a Chef. I hope that The Spice Table has added to the diverse culinary landscape of Los Angeles, expanding the dialogue of Asian cuisine beyond simply Chinese, Japanese, or Korean food. In whatever direction or form The Spice Table takes, I am honored to be a part of something that my staff and I are proud of.nnPlease check out my Instagram/Twitter account at @bnchef for updates of our progress, photos of our food, and the occasional picture of my dog Theodore Roosevelt (aka "Teddy"). Come by and have some Spice Table food before the train runs us over...


Restaurant week is almost here...come visit us July 15 - July 26 for a great deal!


Don't forget we serve brunch every Saturday 11:30-2:30. The menu includes classic American brunch items, Asian specialties, and some dinner favorite items.


Recently did an interview with Julie Wolfson. You can check it out here :


My ode to Campanile, part of my culinary heritage: grilled flattened chicken (honey, lemongrass, mashed potatoes, laksa leaf)


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