Taiwanese Soul Food

Reservations can be made on Resy for groups of 2-10. Any group over 10 can email reservations@littlefattyla.com for our group dining options.

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general tso cauliflower  11  
cabbage, pickles, egg

hainan chicken  11
chicken fat rice, marinated cucumber, ginger scallion sauce

orange chicken  11
cabbage, pickles, egg


marinated cucumbers  5

egg rolls 6

chili wontons (8pc)  13

scallion pancake  8

beef roll 15

fried hainan chicken  10


stewed pork  11
sunday gravy, cabbage, pickles, egg

walnut shrimp  11
cabbage, pickles, egg

noodles & pasta

beef noodle soup 15

dan dan mian  15

taiwanese sunday gravy  16

xo fatty noodles  14

vegan fatty noodles 14 



taro ice cream w/fried sesame balls  8

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late night

(Wed - Sat // 10P - 12A) 

marinated cucumbers  5

egg rolls  6

general tso's cauliflower  12 

fried meiji tofu  13 

fried dumplings 7

wontons  13

xo fatty noodles  14

vegan fatty noodles  14

fried hainan chicken 10

orange chicken  14

walnut shrimp  19

side of rice  3/5

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Little Fatty | Taiwanese soul food in the heart of Mar Vista. 

David Kuo, chef/owner of Little Fatty restaurant and accomplice bar (formerly Status Kuo), started out working a 9-to-5 job after graduating with a degree in political science from UCLA.  Quickly frustrated in an office environment, he soon discovered his passion for cooking and food. Kuo went on to attend the California School of Culinary Arts in Pasadena, and found opportunities to work under acclaimed chefs and organizations such as Charlie Palmer, Wolfgang Puck, and Jean-Georges Vongerichten at his eponymous NYC mainstay.  

In 2014, Kuo opened his own restaurant in the burgeoning neighborhood of Mar Vista. Status Kuo was a fusion of Asian flavor profiles and American comfort with a rotisserie program. Now, he’s going back to his roots and reconcepting the space as Little Fatty to feature Taiwanese soul food. A first-generation Angeleno, he finds inspiration from the food he grew up eating at home.  The name “little fatty” is the translation of Kuo’s childhood nickname, “xiao pang” given to him by his family.  

At Little Fatty, the menu features renditions of typical Chinese restaurant classics, such as kung pao chicken, braised pork belly and walnut shrimp. Also, Taiwanese staples like Sunday Gravy (lu rou fan) and scallion pancakes will be holdovers from the original menu. Kuo’s focus on quality of ingredients are paramount in creating an accessible menu that is both authentic and unpretentious.

Chef/Owner David Kuo

Chef/Owner David Kuo

xiǎo pàng  |小胖 |

NOUN little fatty

ORIGIN kuo family nickname for chef/owner david kuo, the youngest of 4 brothers and lover of food


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