523 W 7TH ST LOS ANGELES
Last November, Jed Sanford and chef Tin Vuong, opened Little Sister – a funky bistro serving regional Asian cuisine, craft beers and wines. Situated in DTLA, where there is an emerging culinary scene, the place seats 50 in a relaxed social setting. The East meets-West inspired dishes pull from regions like Korea (the beef tartar with pears and bone marrow), Vietnam (crisp crepes stuffed with pork belly and prawns), Myanmar (kima platha, a flatbread topped with Chile lamb) and beyond. Oft times the dishes are large enough to share, making a communal dining experience for the table. The intriguing décor of helicopters, telegraph poles and butterflies was commissioned and painted by Raul Gonzalez, and adds a gritty, exciting feel to DTLA’s urbanite dining.
The hours of operation are 10am -10pm daily. There isn’t a full bar, but there are plenty of bars in the area, so have a meal – then go bar hopping. Enjoy!