|Fickle's Pulled Pork Sliders ($7)|
Fickle not only has an array of dishes on their happy hour menu, they also offer $1 chef's choice oysters, $3 drafts and $5 wines. The restaurant space is The Sandwich Smith for lunch and Fickle for dinner and located in the iconic Japanese Village Plaza.
Fickle's chef and co-owner, James Ta is a fourth generation chef who creates new dishes at he likes, allowing him to create fun and whimsical dishes that you wouldn't expect to find in this part of town.
The must order dishes during happy hour are the Pulled Pork Sliders made with Dr Pepper pulled pork, honey BBQ sauce, the Roasted Bone Marrow made with basil gremolata and daikon salad, sweeter than your usual bone marrow but a very pleasant surprise and the Buffalo Cauliflower.
Fickle also just launched their new Spring menu which includes dishes like, Kampuchia Shrimp a crispy grilled shrimp dish served with lime and a black pepper dipping sauce. Plus their Santa Barbara Uni Bún is not to be missed, comprised of vermicelli noodles, mint, cucumber and nuoc nam. Any sea urchin fan must try this dish.
Whether you're on a date or with a group of friends, Fickle is a fun, casual dining spot unlike any other in Little Tokyo.
|Pickle Fish Cakes: Cucumber Salad, Malt Vinegar Aioli $7|
|Heirloom Tomato Salad (Available on the dinner menu)|
|Kampuchia Shrimp (Available on the dinner menu)|
|Santa Barbara Uni Bún (Available on the dinner menu)|
Reviewed by Jenni.
362 East 1st Street.
Little Tokyo. 90012
Monday - Saturday. 11am-3:30pm
Friday & Saturday. 5:30pm-11pm
Japanese Village Plaza $10
Street (free after 8pm)