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Eva Restaurant
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7458 Beverly Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90036
7458 Beverly BoulevardUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90036
$$$Restaurant, Californian Restaurant
Californian Restaurant
Western Food
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"Small portions, but rich and tasty food."
"We both ordered the Chef's tasting menu and were first greeted by the hostess."
"Great family style meal with wine included."
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Scott King
3 years ago
Tripped on this place after a couple in our party searched near their hotel. I had no idea what this place was about but definitely recommend it. The four of us could not determine what to order since all of the daily procured dishes sounded outstanding. Since we couldn't decide the waiter explained there was a tasting menu option but he didn't know what was on it for the day. He left and brought chef Mark Gold out to tell us about the menu. None of us wanted the same thing so he said that we could have 4 of whatever we wanted. Three of us had a custom tasting option and all were outstanding. I am glad we tripped on this place on a slower night. The restaurant was half full and we had a great time. Chef Mark came out to talk with us for about 15 minutes as the staff closed the place. Mark is great and the food is better.
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David Ramos
4 years ago
This restaurant served my companion and me one of the best meals in a few months. We have been trying a lot of restaurants in the area and that evening were going to BLD. We stopped in at EVA to have a drink and after reading the menu and a conversation with the hostess and the bar tender we decided to stay and have dinner. We both ordered the Chef's tasting menu and were first greeted by the hostess. She was in good spirits and explained the tasting menu of 4 items and a dessert with an optional wine pairing. They made an exception and provided us with different offerings as normally you all get the same items per course. I won't talk about all the courses because my writing will not do them justice. However, the Duck Egg, Foie Gras, and Egg Cauliflower were among the best. The time between courses was a little longer than most Californian's might be used to. Too many places like Mozza Pizzeria try to get patrons in and out in 45 minutes. We spent a good two hours at this restaurant and the pace reminded us of dinning in Paris, France. Relaxing dinning experience. If you go there with someone you don't really like you might have some uncomfortable moments like William.
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Mlc">A Google User
6 years ago
Had the Fried Chicken and Beer last night at Eva. This must be an example of the Emperor's New Clothes. The Fried Chicken was dark and the crust is very hard . You could pull the entire skin and crust off the drumstick in one piece? Reminded me of an over cooked corn dog? The dark beer - coming obviously from a keg in the kitchen was warm at best and all head. The sides : Potato Salad -- good deli style salad Blue Cheese Wedge - in a Chinese Take-out container was thinned out mayonnaise with blue cheese flavor -- the tiny cherry tomatoes were great but the stems were left on making it necessary to put your fingers in your mouth to take off the stem. Sauteed Zucchini with white wine was good. not good and this is one of my favorite restaurants !
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Mlc">A Google User
6 years ago
Sunday dinners must be the best value in the city. love the atmosphere and food - although portions are not very large.
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William Towstego
4 years ago
Horrible hostess. The sad thing is that she's married to the chef. We had an uncomfortably long wait between the appetizer course and our main dishes. We had run out of wine. The table had been clear of our dishes for 20 minutes. We asked our waitress about our main courses and were told that they would be another 10 minutes. My wife was incredulous. Someone else in our group commented that we had been there for 2 hours and her husband, who had not ordered an appetizer, had not eaten anything yet. At this point the "hostess" came over and told us, dismissively, that we had only been there 1 hour and 15 minutes, which was the time from our reservation to this conversation and, anyway, the duck we ordered took a little more time to cook. We had not ordered duck. She neglected to factor in the 30 minutes we spent in their bar spending money on cocktails.
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MarLar Kramer
4 years ago
Well prepared interesting foods.
Mlc">A Google User
4 years ago
Went to Eva Restaurant for DineLA. Small portions, but rich and tasty food. Several food items listed on their menu on the DineLA website were marked up by $5-10 with no mention of the markup online, which was annoying considered the menu was supposed to be $34. Why not just go in as a $44 menu and avoid the awkward surprise? Server changed halfway through the meal, to our relief. The first server was overly chatty and insincere. My friend wants to return for Sunday dinner, but I'm not sold.
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Mlc">A Google User
5 years ago
Went for brunch....ordered the hamburger. Got a meat ball, bloody. Sent it back, French toast was fine, but came after my companion had finished his meal. The champagne brunch is no bargain. Covering pieces of melon with mint does not make it extraordinary.


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