Kitchen 24 restaurant review - Los Angeles, USA
For a 24 hour breakfast in West Hollywood, equipped with chocolate chip pancakes, or a Mediterranean tofu scramble, head to Kitchen 24 on Santa Monica Blvd. Designed by one of LA’s most popular designers, Kristofer Keith at Spacecraft Group (Goal and Naya to name a few), the cafeteria-esque décor inspiration was taken from a space-age idea with LED ‘flying saucer’ lights over the bar reflecting off the stainless steel panels and aluminum mirrors on the walls. The modern diner has silver flecks in the floor tiles, fiberglass tables from Anderson Surfboards with custom K24 logos in the centre (think 1950’s meets 2012) and an ample outdoor patio for balmy nights. Try a turkey burger and an adult milkshake after a night of partying on the town. The colour palette of white terrazzo, pink glass and brown wood laminate, is actually based on the hunger inducing tones of Neapolitan ice-cream - strawberry, chocolate and vanilla.