Stories about Akasha

Where to get Passover takeout and delivery in L.A.

Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • April 2, 2020

to make do with what we have at home, or order in. The following restaurants are offering Passover meals to go. Please confirm with restaurants before placing your orders. Akasha (Culver City) The restaurant has a seder menu for takeout and delivery

Akasha    APL    Birdie G's    Huckleberry    Jar    Pasjoli    Slab   

Take-Out Tip of the Day: Take-and-Bake Meals at Akasha

Gwynedd Stuart • Los Angeles Magazine • March 26, 2020

Akasha Richmond and Alan Schulman have been serving up classic California cuisine at their Culver City spot since 2008. For the time being, they’ve scrapped the regular menu in favor of a menu of comforting dishes you can pick up there and then cook

at home or freeze for dinner in a pinch in the near future. They’re also offering free delivery within a two-mile radius. View this post on Instagram A post shared by AKASHA (@akashacc) on Mar 25, 2020 at 8:01pm PDT The take-and-bake offerings on the

In Need of Space for Outdoor Dining, These Local Restaurants Got Creative

Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • August 31, 2020

feeling I get when I walk into the piazza of my favorite little town in Umbria,” says chef Nancy Silverton of the conversion, which took roughly two weeks and cost nearly $8,000. Courtesy Akasha At Akasha in Culver City, large potted olive trees, strands

of lights, music via a Bluetooth speaker, and an overhead lattice create ambience on asphalt. “It’s very rustic chic,” says chef Akasha Richmond. The stylish outdoor space didn’t come cheap: Richmond says she spent about $5,500 on it—“way more than I

The Best Holiday Takeout Meals and Special Dishes in Los Angeles

Brittany Martin • Los Angeles Magazine • December 7, 2020

gratin, creamed spinach, Parker House rolls, and dessert. Akasha Culver City Akasha’s at-home offerings include a variety of comforting, family-style items, including eggplant parm, chicken pot pie, and butternut squash gratin. There are take-and-bake

Not in the Mood to Cook? These L.A. Restaurants Are Open on Thanksgiving

Brittany Martin • Los Angeles Magazine • November 25, 2019

Thanksgiving weed out of a turkey pipe because, truly, this is an amazing time to be alive.  Akasha View this post on Instagram A post shared by AKASHA (@akashacc) on Nov 15, 2018 at 2:43am PST Akasha Richmond’s restaurant is a great choice for dining out on

New L.A. women's restaurant group shows support with festival

Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • December 22, 2020

organization called Regarding Her, or RE:Her. The group is creating a growing network of female chefs and restaurateurs to support one another with mentorship and resources. The newly formed 501(c)(3) has about 80 members, including All Day Baby, Akasha, Playa

Jonathan Gold: Indian has flipped to Italian at AR Cucina and it's time to order a negroni

Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • April 7, 2017

example. What tends to get mentioned less often is an aptitude for math — your quenelles might be the best in the world, but if the numbers don’t add up, your restaurant won’t last long. So nobody in the trade was especially surprised when Akasha Richmond

, whose flagship restaurant Akasha helped pioneer downtown Culver City’s restaurant row, abruptly closed her Indian restaurant Sambar in the fall and changed it overnight into the Italian restaurant AR Cucina. Everybody had more or less liked Sambar — the

Counter: Let's get khinkali, my little dumplings

Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • May 30, 2015

Blue Star Donuts, a new Venice branch of the famous Portland, Ore., store; and Russ Parsons reports on Sambar, chef Akasha Richmond’s new Culver City Indian-influenced restaurant, which presumably will be as sustainable and delicious as her Akasha

original glazed doughnut. Because you can never have too many doughnuts, can you? Carly Diaz / Los Angeles Times Akasha Richmond's new restaurant Chef Akasha Richmond opens her second restaurant — right next to her first one, Akasha, in Culver City. As Russ

Review: Sambar brings an enlightened plane of Indian cuisine to Culver City

Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • August 14, 2015

of thinking not. If you know Akasha Richmond from her past as a cooking show personality or Michael Jackson’s tour chef, Sambar, however ambitious, may not seem like much of a stretch. She studied cooking many years ago in India and brought back a

repertoire of Ayurvedic dishes to the Golden Temple of Conscious Cookery near CBS. Her restaurant Akasha, right down the street, has always served things like bowls of mung beans and rice and tandoor-spiced chicken wings as part of its modern grill cooking

Mother's Day brunch specials in L.A. and Orange County

Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • May 4, 2020

Sunday, the brunch is available Saturday and Sunday and the lobster salad is available Friday through Sunday. 8474 Melrose Ave, West Hollywood, exploretock.com/lucquescatering CULVER CITY Akasha The Culver City restaurant is offering a la carte specials