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This Gorgeous LA Restaurant’s Remodeled Space Is Inspired By The Philippine Sunset

After a few months of being closed for renovations, Los Angeles favorite Lasita is now open in stunning fashion. Using inspo from the Philippine sunset and “LA’s energy & warmth,” the new space of the Filipino restaurant reveals itself as a welcoming haven of soft tones, inviting colors, vibrant aesthetics, and the smells of their signature chicken inasal and lechon.

The design overhaul was taken on by Preen, Inc., who transformed the restaurant using the warm pink and orange tones of gorgeous Philippine sunsets, and added poignant design elements like linen and papier-mache lights and a combined host and wine table that’s bordered with two hanging arangyas, which are sculptural chandeliers made of leaves that reference a traditional Filipino festival decor.

So come for all the aesthetic vibes and enjoy a meal that features the raucous crunch of their lechon or the unforgettable zest of the calamansi cream pie.

By Reach Guinto

Reach loves the Lakers, fried chicken, and a well-executed DDT. He came out the womb with a fried egg on top of his head.