A-Frame’s culinary motto is ‘leave pretentious at the door’ and their finger-licking grub oozes a delicious simplicity. This gift from the godfather of the food truck movement Roy Choi is a favourite amongst the local LA community precisely because it ignores all the rules and offers up great food without the added baggage of fine dining. Sean Knibb’s hokey minimalist architecture really shapes A-Frame’s stripped-down honesty whilst the menu reflects a fun, finger-food-for-sharing ethos. Grab a handful of global smackerels and share the wagyu beef tataki with the total strangers opposite you, taking a piece of their cracklin’ beer can chicken in reply. Wine takes second place to A-Frame’s own refreshing libations and a great range of ales – you can even pick up a sixer for a proper picnicking time.