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Eye Nosh: Ford's Filling Station

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Is food better when the progeny of a celebrity makes it? Nah, not likely (although if you're Chef Ben Ford, son of Harrison, being cute might help). But good food can be had at Culver City's Ford's Filling Station, as discovered recently by LAist Featured Photos' and foodblogger oranges are not the only fruit who went for a celebratory meal recently at the eatery.

Although the menu they encountered there that day "was unfortunately pretty limited," it wasn't the DineLA menu; Ford's happens to be one of the participating restaurants who have also opted to extend their prix fixe menu until February 28th. As a result, our photog's meal was "pretty good, but overpriced," which might be "typical for the area," considering it's growing increasingly trendy and gentrified. A few bucks less on the tab would have made this good meal great, came the verdict. Get the details course by course as you do a little Eye Nosh-ing via the photos!

Ford's Filling Station
9531 Culver Blvd., Culver City
Offering DineLA menus for lunch ($22) and dinner ($34) until Feb. 28th

LAist has enjoyed their snack-time menu, eating snout to tail, and checking them out during last year's DineLA.