Nestled between a string of commercial buildings in University Park during rush hour traffic, Ebaes restaurant finally caught my attention after circling the block twice praying my iPhone would finally lead me to my destination. The parking lot in the back was small, but had several parking spaces available to my good fortune.
When I entered Ebaes the first thing I noticed was the beautiful ceilings draped in Asian inspired balloons along with mural artwork painted across the walls. I instantly fell in love with the creative atmosphere and knew I had selected the perfect place for my cousin to meet me after her class at USC.
Although this Asian Tapas restaurant is known for their innovative ramen and sushi recipes, we decided to order the Cream Filled Wonton appetizers and Chicken Pad See Ew.
Pad See Ew ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ (pictured above) this traditional Asian dish was everything I could want in the famous noodle dish. Flavorful chicken stir fried with flat egg noodles and veggies, tends to lead to a delightful dining experience.
Cream filled Wontons ⭐️⭐️⭐️ Very tasty but the filling wasn’t as hot as I would’ve liked. Hence, the three star rating.
Overall, I highly suggest Ebaes if you’re looking for quality Asian food with an intimate atmosphere in LA!