17209 Ventura Blvd
Encino, CA 91316Neighborhood:
EurasianPrice: $30 and under
- Dining Style: Casual Dining
- Website: http://euroasiaca.com/
- Phone: 8182059311
- Hours of Operation:
Tuesday - Sunday: 12:00am - 4:00pm
Tuesday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm
Friday & Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Sunday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
- Payment Options: AMEX,Discover,MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: Russian, Eurasian
- Dress Code: Casual Dress
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Beer, Cafe, Dancing, Delivery, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, High Tea, Late Night, Non-Smoking Area, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Private Room, Smoking Area, Smoking Area (patio only), Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
- Catering: Call 818-205-9311 for more information.
- Special Events: Call 818-205-9311 for more information.
A word from EuroAsia Restaurant
EuroAsia is the only restaurant in Los Angeles which offers Russian and Uzbek cuisines. We are located in the heart of Encino on a beautiful plaza De Oro. We have a cozy environment inside the restaurant and beautiful outside patio by the fountain which makes your dinner experience very pleasant. We are the only restaurant where you can taste Uzbek Cuisine which comes from Middle Asia and famous for Uzbek Pilov, Manty, Khanum and Lagman and also traditional dishes of Ukraine and Russian cuisines.Continued
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EuroAsia Restaurant reviews from OpenTable diners
- Nothing to write home aboutIraMDined on 7/27/2013Perhaps I am not familiar with Uzbak food, but the dishes we ordered, as recommended by the waiter, were not delicious.Special Features:
- Great Russian food !!! FYIRamblinguyVIPDined on 6/22/2013Great Russian food !!! FYI bring someone who speaks Russian. It helps a lot.Special Features:
- Mother's Day findwacandlemanVIPDined on 5/12/2013I was searching on the Internet for a Ukranian restaurant to take my partners mother for Mother'sDay and found this fabulous restaurant called EuroAsia in Encino. It was alittle hard to find when we first arrived, just because it was in like a strip mall area, with no signs on the street. Once we found it, we were about 15 minutes earlier for our reservation and the restaurant did not open until 12 noon. Once we were seated, we were greeted by a very friendly waitress named Marina. We were a wonderful fruit drink called a Kompat, tried the Ukrainian Borsch and Shurpa soups and for entrees we had the Vareniki with Potatoes and the Chicken Tabaka. Great restaurant and great atmosphere, we will definitely be back.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- First, understand EuroAsiaEGeatsDined on 3/24/2013First, understand EuroAsia to be the Asia-proximate parts of Europe, e.g. Uzbekistan, Russia, etc, not some modern Chinese-Asian fusion cuisine. The food is very authentic, (I think, not being from that part of the world) hearty, and quite delicious. We had many things I've never come across before -- various noodles, stews, and soups -- all of which were delicious. It's definitely worth a try!Special Features:
- Best restaurant in Los AngelesOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 3/16/2013Best restaurant in Los Angeles to enjoy Uzbekistani food. We tried eight different dishes. Each was prepared to perfection with fresh vegetables, meats, and spices. The service, as well as the food, was excellent!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- The food is decent, some spicy,OpenTable Diner Since 2006VIPDined on 4/27/2012The food is decent, some spicy, some rather heavy, the equivalent of chinese dumplings and Italian lasagna, i.e. probably Russian/Uzbek comfort food. Alas they serve no alcohol at all, not even beer or wine. Our experience was marred by the fact that the entire restaurant proper was taken over by some family event, so we were invited to sit either outside by the fountain (which was nice enough) or in an overflow area at a picnic bench. If I drop by again, it would be for lunch, and the curiosity to see what the restaurant itself looks like inside.