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Eggslut Chef Brings Burgers to Chinatown

Jeremy Fall is partnering up with Alvin Cailan's Unit 120 for some lunchtime dominance

The Amboy window at Far East Plaza
The Amboy window at Far East Plaza
Farley Elliott is the Senior Editor at Eater LA and the author of Los Angeles Street Food: A History From Tamaleros to Taco Trucks. He covers restaurants in every form, from breaking news to the culture, people, and history that surrounds LA's dining landscape.

Great news for fans of Amboy, the daily takeout window operating as part of the larger Unit 120 concept in Chinatown. Beginning August 15, Jeremy Fall will be installing a burger concept on-site called Easy’s, a lunchtime option for the meat-obsessed.

Fall first previewed Easy’s at Coachella this year while working with Unit 120 owner Alvin Cailan over the second weekend of the festival. The concept is simple: $9 gets customers a single patty burger with a thick slice of red onion and some proprietary sauce, plus some fries and a drink. You can bulk up with cheese for $1 more, or move into a few more specific options like the Hiro Burger, which includes kosho mayo and caramelized onions.

Easy's is just the latest concept for Fall, who has been on a tear lately with his breakfast bar concept Nighthawk, plus an upcoming bar and deli named Tinfoil Liquor & Grocery. The arrival of Easy's also signals the official end of Amboy, which has stopped service from the window in order to test out an expanded menu with dinner possibilities and a possible standalone location down the line. Easy's opens August 15, keeping daily hours from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.


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