unityLA at Hyatt Regency LAX
Designed for sharing, our menus are inspired by the city’s Latin and Asian communities, with foods like Sticky Pork Ribs from Korea-Town, Drunken Noodles from Thai Town and Carne Asada from Boyle Heights.
It was more like cafeteria style not what I expected and then nights that were in the restaurant or just overwhelming and I’m not a pleasurable experience wait staff was fantastic
We were looking for a good restaurant to have dinner at before our friend was boarding a flight at LAX ... super convenient location.
The food was very good. Different. Tasty and interesting.
The service was also good, waitress was very attentive and knowledgable about the menu.
This restaurant is expensive, $300 for 5 of us - only 3 of us had a glass of wine. AND they tried to charge us 18% tip for a large party. Large party!??!?!! Seriously - there was only 5 of us!!!! We refused to pay that - which was unfortunate for the server, because she did a good job.
I def'n recommend this spot - just know what you are getting into before you go.
Loved my experience at this excellent restaurant. The menu contains some noteworthy options, including many creative dishes. We had the scallops, watermelon/cheese appetizers and our main course of sizzling noodles and rib eye steak was absolutely outstanding. Paula was our waitperson and what a professional, knowledgeable and friendly individual she is. We loved our time with her in this very special restaurant with wonderful quality food. Job well done and thank you for a most enjoyable experience. Paula is the best and we will definitely return soon.