New Port Seafood Beverly Hills
50 N. La Cienaga Blvd Suite #130
Beverly Hills, CA 90211Neighborhood:
ChinesePrice: $31 to $50
New Port Seafood Beverly Hills
- Dining Style: Casual Dining
- Website: http://www.newportseafood.com/
- Phone: 3108550088x
- Hours of Operation:
Lunch Tuesday-Sunday: 11:30am - 2:30pm
Dinner: Sunday, Tuesday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 9:30pm, Friday & Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm. Closed Monday.
Last order is taken 30 minutes before closing.
Will be closed October 11, 2014 for lunch for Private Event.
- Payment Options: AMEX,Discover,MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: Seafood, Chinese
- Dress Code: Business Casual
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Private Room, Takeout
- Private Party Facilities: Semi-private room that seats up to 18 guests. We also offer private parties in the bar and patio dining area.In addition, the whole restaurant can be reserved for private parties for up to 250 guests.
- Private Party Contact: Andrea Thong 3108550088x
A word from New Port Seafood Beverly Hills
New Port Seafood cuisine brings together many South East Asian flavors, including Chinese, Cambodian, Vietnamese and Thai elements. We are not a traditional Chinese restaurant.Continued
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Awards voted by OpenTable diners
- Diners' Choice WinnerChinese
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New Port Seafood Beverly Hills reviews from OpenTable diners
33 reviews since June 26, 2014
- Ambiance3.3Noise LevelModerate
good for groups (16)fit for foodies (15)neighborhood gem (8)special occasion (8)great for lunch (5)kid-friendly (4)great for outdoor dining (4)hot spot (3)great for brunch (1)notable wine list (1)romantic (1)vibrant bar scene (1)late-night find (1)Show More
- Where's the meat?FoodSnobDined on 10/17/2014There was very little meat on our 3 lb lobster and the whole fried catfish was a baby. Flavors were good but there should have been a lot more meat for the prices they charge.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Like the original in Beverly HillsKevinHDined on 10/14/2014My wife and I love the New Port Seafood in Alhambra, so I thought we should try their new location for her birthday and it did not disappoint. Only, the most popular items from their SGV home made it westward, but that's exactly what we went for: the lobster, the clams and steak. However, we didn't stop there. Their soups were delicious as was chicken. I see other people haven't been quite as fortunate with their experience. They should give it another chance. They hit it out of the park for us!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Authentic Chinese on Westsidewestside2eatersDined on 10/8/2014Finally good Chinese on the Westside. They specialize in seafood, but have beef and chicken dishes that are just as good. A bit pricey, but the tradeoff is not having to drive out to the original San Gabriel location.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- New Port In Beverly HillsMisterBDined on 10/3/2014Westside outpost to the classic original. Food is great. Beautiful room but theySpecial Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- OpenTable Diner Since 2008VIPDined on 9/23/2014Finally great Chinese food in Beverly Hills! Theyve just opened for dinner so it was quiet the night I was there. I will go as often as I can get friends to go. Their special beef was amazing along with the minced chicken. My only regret is that I only had one friend with me the night I was there so we couldn't order everything I wanted to taste. Go with a group so you can sample through the menu.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- UnderwhelmedjulesrockslaVIPDined on 9/17/2014A colleague and I decided to try New Port Seafood for lunch. The lunch menu was small and the standard dishes were about $5.00 less than the same items on the dinner menu. We had a spicy sauteed fish that was really nothing special, and then we opted to go for it and try the house special lobster. I can't compare it to the SGV location, but I found it to be rather lacking in substantial sections of meat for the price ($71!!!). One of the claws was clearly missing most of the meat. It was messy and very hard to eat. For all the hype, it was not worth it. I ended up canceling a dinner reservation for the following week after the disappointing lunch. The only truly positive thing was the attentive service, but the place was also empty.
- HelenofTroyVIPDined on 9/14/2014Great food & glad that we, on the westside", finally have a decent Chinese restaurant without having to drive all the way east of the 110 freeway!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Solid Birthday ChoiceFoodie4Life14Dined on 9/14/2014I read the reviews about the other locations for this restaurant. Decided to take a chance and host my birthday party New Port Seafood, Beverly Hills. All of my guest were impressed with the entire dining experience, especially the delicious food. I will plan to return in the near future.Special Features:
- Westside chineseFoodmavenVIPDined on 9/12/2014With so little good Chinese food on the westside, this is much needed. Food was actually a combination of Chinese and Vietnamese and was tasty . The claim to fame of Newport Seafood in OC was the house special lobster-- 4-5 lbs , with a sauce of garlic, scallions, etc In Bev Hills, it was very good but price was outrageous ---$26 per lb --- at a time when lobster prices are down to $10 at Santa Monica Seafood , Their version of Shaky Shaky beef was very good, i might eat here again but would not order the lobsterSpecial Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- BH version of SGV Chinese RestoMileageRunnerDined on 9/9/2014Lots of expectations, based on how much we love the Alhambra branch. The quality of the food is pretty close to par with the original. Service was very good, although we felt they were pushing higher priced items on us. Ambience is nice, if not a little corporate. Prices are 20-50% higher than the SGV version. And parking is confusing, as the elevator from the garage does not go up to the restaurant, so you have to walk around, up the ramp to get there. Good Chinese for westside, but for great, I'd still go to the originalSpecial Features:
- Ragman300Ragman300Dined on 9/6/2014The lobster dish was amazing. All the sauces were great. Not a huge menu, which was the biggest negative. The best Chinese on the West SideSpecial Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- What's all the fuss about?!OpenTable Diner Since 2006Dined on 9/5/2014I thought the food was remarkably average - consistency was off on all the dishes. Noodles were soggy, Kung pao chicken had too much sauce, and the rest was forgettable. We didn't order the lobster special, so in their defense maybe this is the only reason to come? It also seemed as though our waitress was terribly inexperienced and in the weeds. Who has ever been to a Chinese restaurant and didn't have your water refilled quickly?!
- StellaVIPDined on 9/5/2014Too loud. Service spotty. Food not nearly as good as restaurants in sgv. Portions were small for the price.
- Mixed-FeelingsCaliktDined on 9/5/2014Came here with husband another couple for dinner. Heard so much about the lobster and wanted to give it a try. The only size they had left was 4.5lbs which was too large (unless we wanted leftovers) and at market price seemed like not such a great option. Then we asked for the dungenous crab. Nope! They ran out. WTH! It was on 7:30pm!!! When the host came to the table to find out about our experience thus far, we brought it up. Unfortunately, he had no real apology and quickly shuffled away from our table. However, he did come back to the table, and asked if my husband wanted another beer, suggested "the best beer ever" and personally brought it to the table. What do you know, the charge for the beer was on the check: $18. REALLY???Special Features:
- DisappointedOpenTable Diner Since 2005VIPDined on 9/5/2014Unfortunately, we did not get to sample the food. It was a busy Friday night; we were seated at a table for two and offered still or sparkling water no fewer than three times, a bad sign in our book. Being very hungry, we quickly agreed on our meals and ordered soon thereafter. Alas, we waited for a very long time for our appetizer of lobster egg roll and in fact never saw the thing. Let me just say that we spent 50 minutes waiting for our appetizer, and then the waitress brought out a "free dessert" since we had waited so long and said our lobster roll would be about another 10 minutes. We were starving and by now deeply dissatisfied with the place. Dessert? Really? We left the restaurant.
- benaDined on 9/5/2014I always expecting some traidional chinese seafood restaurant in westside, great place for group lunchesSpecial Features:
- Finally great Chinese @BH, luv it!ChrisWehoVIPDined on 9/4/2014Best lobster ever! And everything else was excellent, clams, beef, and the soup was amazing. Just as good as the one in Alhambra, but this location is on open table, so no waiting in line!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- San Gabriel comes to BHBrockVIPDined on 9/1/2014It is so exciting that New Port Seafood has opened an outpost in Beverly Hills. It is a little noisy and the menu is smaller than San Gabriel but it is still delicious. I hope the menu can be expanded over time yo at least include duck dishes.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- food blah service worsenonameDined on 9/1/2014However the restaurant was very gracious about poor service and comp'd our meal. I wish i liked the food as i'd like to thank them by returning. This restaurant does not hold a candle to the Chinese restaurants in the San Gabriel Valley
- working out the kinks...RonLAVIPDined on 9/1/2014We were pretty hungry, ordered our food promptly, and 30 minutes later the waitperson informed us that they were out of the appetizer we ordered. The dining room is loud and, while it's nicely decorated, the lighting was too bright. Felt more like a cafeteria than a restaurant.
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