The 15-year-old star of “Fresh Off The Boat”, Hudson Yang has now become a restaurateur. Hudson is taking some of the money he earned as an actor and investing it in Không Tên, reports Eater LA. The restaurant is located in West Los Angeles, CA, at 11520 W Pico Blvd.
On “Fresh Off The Boat”, Hudson Yang plays Eddie Huang a real-life chef and restaurateur. Huang is the owner of several restaurants, most notably Baohaus in New York. Additionally, Huang is the author of “Fresh Off The Boat” which is now a television show. The show is the first show in two decades to star an Asian American family in network television.
It’s not quite a jump for Hudson Yang to invest in a restaurant. The self-professed foodie regularly appears on ISATV’s YouTube channel where he hosts a food show. Check out Hudson’s Instagram Post below announcing his investment in the restaurant.
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Guys I can finally talk about this, I invested in a RESTAURANT! @khongten_la is on Pico in LA and the food is amazing, please come and check it out! I took @aubreyandersonemmons and her mom @theamyanderson after work and we had a great time, you will too 😆 https://yelp.to/qTKq/gEsLRbS7dR
The upscale restaurant, created by Kim Vu and Don Andes, serves “New Vietnamese Cuisine”.
Kim Vu describes “New Vietnamese Cuisine” as what Vietnamese people would create with ingredients they have never seen before. It serves such dishes as “Kale Banh Mi Salad” and “Thao Farm Eggplant & Chickpea Curry” along with other reworkings of classic Vietnamese food. So hows the food? Well, I haven’t gone there so let’s take a look at Yelp.
With 59 reviews as of today, Khong Ten, has received 4.5 stars. So if you’re in Los Angeles or plan on visiting, stop by Hudson’s first restaurant investment and try some food.