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Ebisu is tucked away on a side street in Providence off of Route 10. The outside isn’t exactly inviting or descriptive of what you’re getting yourself into, either. A true hidden gem.
Enter the restaurant, and you’re welcomed by modern decor, light walls and dark furniture and upholstery. Very classy.
We started with green tea. You might be surprised to find out (like we were), that tea isn’t free. It also isn’t provided with sugar (incase you have a sweet tooth like me). It is, however just $1.50 and you get a nice big cup. One of my guests called it “dirty water” because it was very plan, but it certainly combated the intense air conditioning that probably shouldn’t have been running now that summer is over. I almost liked sipping the hot tea in a chilly room though. Cozy.
Let’s talk food though.
Yasai Wonton Soup – $4.25
I ordered this not expecting to like it and, not surprisingly, I didn’t like it. I don’t blame Ebisu though, I’m not usually a fan of Japanese soup.
Garlic & Chili Edamame – $3
Best Edamame I’ve ever had, hands down. A perfect blend of salty and spicy. A nice big bowl good enough to split with two people.
Sasami Robata Yaki ( grilled chicken on skewers) – $3
Pretty fantastic. Grilled and perfectly marinated. You get two at this price (if you get there before 7, otherwise I think it’s $4).
Asupara Maki (asparagus wrapped in bacon) – $4.25
A perfect addition to http://ThisIsWhyYoureF…, but so delicious. Hands down, my favorite treat of the evening.
Meat Combo Shabu Shabu – $11.95
This meal was just plain interesting. You get a big plate of very thinly sliced meat. In my case, I got chicken and steak. You get this gigantic hot pot filled with more broth than you could ever use. Ontop of that you get a gigantic bowl of fresh vegetables to throw into the pot. I chose to get udon noodles with it, but you can get steamed rice if you want.
This is definitely a fun place to eat and go out with friends. Ebisu is one of those places where you just keep ordering more items as the meal goes on and you see all the delicious things that other people are eating.
$80 for four (very full) people was not shabby at all. $20 a person for the amount of food we ate was awesome. I’ll definitely be coming back and bringing other people here. Next time I’ll probably get some Saki too.
EDIT: I’ve been back twice now, and haven’t been disappointed! The waitress now recognizes me and knows the asparagas w/ bacon is my fave.
I’ve also since tried the Tori Yakisoba (Pan fried Wheat Noodles with Chicken) which was yum yum yum!