Ooak Kitchen - Culver City
Meatless elevated Chinese Cuisine is possible and we hope to live up to our name, “One of a Kind”. Our ultimate goal is to introduce the public to many different healthy and elevated Cantonese style dishes, whether you are on a meat based or plant based diet. Chinese traditional cooking techniques combined with our chef’s many years of experience create new and exciting combinations daily.
OOAK Kitchen, We only give you the best.
Mon–Fri 11:00 am–3:00 pm
Mon–Fri 5:00 pm–10:00 pm
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Mon - Fri 12:00PM - 3:00PM
Excellent began interpretation of traditional Cantonese food. Very tasty and healthy. No MSG. Loved it
Refused point blank to confirm on the Opentable’s system to confirm we had attended for dinner at the correct time.
This place is perfect for vegetarians and vegans to have a date night or birthday celebration. The food presentation is amazing and everything was delicious!!
The avocado roll was our favorite thing and the mushroom ‘steak’ was very good.
Staff members were very kind.
This is a vegetarian Chinese restaurant with the most amazing menu items. Many choices are also vegan. Not your typical Asian fusion restaurant. Far more interesting than that. The faux meat might even fool carnivores.
Beautifully appointed, unique flavors and options, attentive and considerate service.
Don't. Just... don't. There is good vegetarian Chinese food and then there's this. Service was friendly, but the food was baaaaaad.
On a Saturday night at 7pm we were one of 2 tables in the whole, gigantic restaurant. This place isn’t going to last.
I’m a longtime vegetarian, and I love Asian food.
But this food was strange and not delicious. At the servers recommendation we ordered the sweet & sour pork, which she told us was Tofu. Great - I love tofu! It came out and...not tofu. Instead the “pork” was some weird vegetable, as hard as a raw carrot and so stringy we actually thought it had a hair in it & tried to send t back. Blech. The owner brought it back, told us it was supposed to be that way, and left t at the table!!! (It’s supposed to be hairy?!)
The other dishes were edible, but just barely.
There’s a reason it was a ghost town.
Avoid this place.
Overpriced and mediocre.
very overpriced but creative vegan cuisine. Entrees were plated well, but the portions were small.
Interesting and creative presentation with delicious flavors that kept surprising. A fun meal for a curious group that enjoyed the tasting experience. The host graciously presented a gift to the birthday guest. Nice gesture. Over all a very memorable occasion.
I read reviews prior to my experience and I must agree. $80. For one appetizer and two entrees, no alcohol, no desert is a bit high. The food was good and the service was attentive, but I can't see myself frequenting the restaurant due to the high cost