Cassia

Santa Monica
Southeast Asian

Over the past decade, husband-and-wife team Josh Loeb and Zoe Nathan have created an impressive culinary dynasty within a short radius from their home, with hotspots like Rustic Canyon, Huckleberry, and Sweet Rose Creamery. Their latest endeavor is their most ambitious yet: Cassia, a French-Asian hotspot that they run with another notable culinary couple, chef Bryant Ng, and his wife, Kim. Be sure to order the chopped escargot—a surprisingly delicious twist on the classic dish—and pop over to Esters, their lively wine bar next door.

Cassia
1314 Seventh St.Los Angeles, CA United States
310-393-6699

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