I have to admit, I've never actually had the all-you-can-eat pancakes at A-Frame. It seems like a cardinal sin when visiting the converted former I-Hop restaurant (now endearingly referred to as "A-Hop"), but I've found it difficult to tear my focus away from the savory portions of Chef Roy Choi's brunch menu. For example, the Cracklin' Beer Can Chicken, which is served with kimchi, tangy salsas -- both roja and verde -- and a delightfully soy-based hard boiled century egg, or the Crab Cake sandwich with tomato confit and lemongrass creme fraiche, paired with hearty glass of Old Rasputin Stout is more than enough to leave you pleasantly sated! I've already made a promise to myself that on my next visit to the Culver City restaurant, where the affable Choi is happy to stop to chat (and even snap a quick picture) with customers, I will let my sweet-tooth do the ordering!
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