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Nola's: A Taste of New Orleans
4 stars (2 ratings)

(213) 680-3003

734 E 3rd St., Los Angeles, CA 90013

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January 17, 2008 @ 4:44 PM
5  out of 5 stars
a diner from cerritos, ca
From the outside you would never know this place serves such great food! The best thing about this rest is the appetizers. You must try the ALBACADO roll. We visit every time after a concert or game. They could restrict dress code more to keep the place a bit more upscale, but overall it is worth going there to eat. Music gets loud so do not plan on going there for a quiet dinner!
January 9, 2008 @ 12:20 AM
4  out of 5 stars
a diner from w. los angeles
e3rd is a great place to eat when you are downtown. It's in the middle of the Arts District and has plenty of parking and space but close to everything, including freeways.
The food is totally unique, practically priced and addictive California-Korean cuisine that made Zip Fusion next door so popular. The chef marinates beef, pork or chicken in fruit marinades, braises them to bring out the full succulent taste and grills them off for crispness. Bold universal flavors that all blend with each other and bold looks in a rennovated 1920's historic building that works night or day..

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The bar could be a little bigger, but the waiting area is very large and roomy. Food is very good, if I eat there, I always end up taking home what I didn't finish. Friendly from the Bar-tenders to the bus-boys. My Average visit here is 3-4 times a m ...
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Simply the best and the tastiest of them all. My family will keep coming back to this place.
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I love this restaurant. The food is so good and is very cheap for the portion size.

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Avg Rating: 4  out of 5 stars

Number of Reviews: 2

January 17, 2008 @ 4:44 PM
5  out of 5 stars
a diner from cerritos, ca
From the outside you would never know this place serves such great food! The best thing about this rest is the appetizers. You must try the ALBACADO roll. We visit every time after a concert or game. They could restrict dress code more to keep the place a bit more upscale, but overall it is worth going there to eat. Music gets loud so do not plan on going there for a quiet dinner!
January 9, 2008 @ 12:20 AM
4  out of 5 stars
a diner from w. los angeles
e3rd is a great place to eat when you are downtown. It's in the middle of the Arts District and has plenty of parking and space but close to everything, including freeways.
The food is totally unique, practically priced and addictive California-Korean cuisine that made Zip Fusion next door so popular. The chef marinates beef, pork or chicken in fruit marinades, braises them to bring out the full succulent taste and grills them off for crispness. Bold universal flavors that all blend with each other and bold looks in a rennovated 1920's historic building that works night or day..
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January 17, 2008 @ 4:44 PM
5  out of 5 stars
a diner from cerritos, ca
From the outside you would never know this place serves such great food! The best thing about this rest is the appetizers. You must try the ALBACADO roll. We visit every time after a concert or game. They could restrict dress code more to keep the place a bit more upscale, but overall it is worth going there to eat. Music gets loud so do not plan on going there for a quiet dinner!
January 9, 2008 @ 12:20 AM
4  out of 5 stars
a diner from w. los angeles
e3rd is a great place to eat when you are downtown. It's in the middle of the Arts District and has plenty of parking and space but close to everything, including freeways.
The food is totally unique, practically priced and addictive California-Korean cuisine that made Zip Fusion next door so popular. The chef marinates beef, pork or chicken in fruit marinades, braises them to bring out the full succulent taste and grills them off for crispness. Bold universal flavors that all blend with each other and bold looks in a rennovated 1920's historic building that works night or day..