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Look around. It doesn't feel like Los Angeles but it is.

We are at Terranea Resort in nearby Palos Verdes, an area in Los Angeles County that many are aware of but few have travelled to — unless you're a resident, of course. The neighborhood surrounding the resort is upscale and serene so the drive to Terranea already feels like a getaway from the grind.

Open since 2009, Terranea Resort took over the long vacated location for Marineland aquatic theme park. This $480-million luxury property boasts 582 rooms and all the requisite and regal amenities one would expect from this type of resort, including a 9-hole oceanfront golf course and 50,000 square feet of spa bliss. And, of course, there are several dining options to appease many general hankerings. A Pan-Asian restaurant called bashi is one of them.

Chef Bruce Nguyen is the chef de cuisine at bashi. He's a local man hailing from another beach city, Huntington Beach, CA. His menu comprised of straight forward, people-pleasing plates of shareable selections.

If arriving to Terranea Resort only transported your body to paradise, then bashi's cocktails should be able to do the rest by bringing your mouth and mind to its happy place.

To launch my Palos Verdes staycay, I sipped on a classic Singapore Sling with a bashi twist. Layered with Nolet's Silver Gin, cherry brandy, fresh lemon and pineapple juices, this cocktail is liquid liquor candy.

Pearing, er, pairing perfectly with the vistas and bright, summer day, the Perfect Pair cocktail lets the Van Gogh Blue Vodka, Moonstone Asian Pear Sake, fresh pear and fresh lime juice cool things down while lightening you up.

What's summer without watermelon? Midnight in Tokyo tastes more like midday in So Cal, fresh watermelon, lime and lemon juices team-up with Beluga Vodka and Or-G Tropical Liqueur to make the ideal summer cocktail.

Keeping with the fruit theme, Chef Nguyen freshens up kimchi by adding apple to the traditional Korean fermented vegetable dish. The Radish & Apple Kimchi is a combo of daikon and apple slices. The apple slices have a similar texture to daikon. When the apple's classic sweetness fuses with the kimchi's spicy marinade, the result is a blend of spicy-sweet that both pleases and awakens the palate.

Shrimp & Taro Spring Roll is the perfectly fried tube of Vietnamese flavors stuffed with scallions, bean thread noodles, wood ear mushrooms, shrimp and taro. This appetizer is a satisfying blend of different textures and tastes with the slightly sweet and creamy taro standing out as the uncommon component. The nuoc cham sauce tied it all together nicely.

Traditionally served in a heaping pile at Hong Kong style seafood restaurants, Chef Nguyen's remix of the Honey Walnut Shrimp is dubbed Crispy Walnut Shrimp and is plated with precisely four pieces of sweet, creamy shrimp topped with honey glazed walnuts and a sprinkling of black sesame seeds. Honeydew melon balls atop a cream sauce add more sweetness as well as diversifying texture to each bite.

The Hoisin Baby Back Pork Ribs at bashi are not fork tender. No, no. In fact, they are chopstick tender. Not wanting to get my hands sticky with the sauce, I began poking at the luscious meat with my chopsticks and discovered that it easily peeled off the bone. Penetrating deep into the meat, the hoisin marinade mingles with the pork for 24 hours and is then slow cooked for 4 hours. Every bite is full of flavor with sweet, salty and spicy combined with fantastically tender flesh; it's a refreshing retreat from ordinary baby back ribs. A clump of pickled cabbage counters the sweet ribs by adding a bit of sour and spicy to the plate's portfolio.

Onion, bean sprouts, shiitake mushrooms, peppers and, last but certainly not least, toasted garlic make up the big flavors in the Shanghai Style Garlic Noodles. The protein choices are beef, chicken and shrimp, but no matter what you decide, garlic is king here. The savory sauce intimately clings to the medium-sized wheat noodle that is cooked to the ideal "Q" texture of springy, chewy softness. (Q is the Chinese version of Italian al dente.) If you enjoy the lingering taste of smoky garlic in your mouth (and who doesn't?) plus the joy of eating a close to perfect Chinese noodle, this plate is highly recommended.

Shaking Beef is classic Vietnamese plate which is essentially a stir-fry. The "shaking" part of the name refers to the action by the cook when tossing the beef in the pan. At bashi, cubes of richly marinated beef tenderloin are fried with garlic, chilis, onions, watercress and tomatoes. A spirited sea-salt, pepper and lime dipping sauce brings out every microbe of flavor in the beef. Though a simple dish, the entire spectrum of flavors are represented with every bite.

In a laid-back resort environment like Terranea, Chef Nguyen hits the right notes with his dishes by offering simple, familiar and flavorful food. Unpretentious and satisfying, eating a meal at bashi is a getaway from thinking too much about your food and simply enjoying it. Isn't that what escaping to paradise is all about?


Bashi: Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif. - Recipes

We visited Terranea Resort for Mother's Day, but decided to skip the all-you-can-eat buffet and try one of the smaller restaurants. We ended up at Bashi, which is an Asian fusion restaurant. It was relatively easy to get a reservation, considering it was Mother's Day, and we were seated promptly outside on the covered patio, with a view of the swimming pool. The waiter was very helpful in explaining the menu choices. We ordered a variety of plates to share. Our favorite dish was the Shaking Beef, which was a smoking plate of sliced beef with asian spices. The Radish Salad was somewhat like a sunomono salad, with huge slices of fresh cucumber, and was quite good. The Garlic Prawns dish was also delicious, although it was also on a base of fresh cucumber slices, so we probably didn't need to order the Radish Salad. The Red Dragon Roll was perfect, and the Chinese Broccoli was very fresh and tasty. I ordered the Bashi Rice and added Tofu as the protein. Surprisingly good flavor. The kids in the family tried the exotic sodas, including Coconut Soda, which was my favorite because it contained bits of real coconut, Tamarind Soda, and Pomegranate Ginger Soda. The sodas were better than expected, although a bit pricey at $6.00 apiece. Total damage for 6 entrees plus 4 sodas was $139.00 before tax and tip. "Mother" enjoyed the free Terranea Recipe Book which was provided to her by the restaurant, as well as a Mother's Day Card from the Terranea. Bashi turned out to be a good choice for a last-minute Mother's Day meal.

33 - 37 of 176 reviews

Bashi’s menu is a sampling of more than just Japanese cuisine or sushi. We had a little of everything and it was above average quality and the service was extremely fast. I highly recommend it if you’re staying at Terranea.


Bashi: Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif. - Recipes

We enjoyed our dinner here and the food was fantastic. The only thing lacking was service. Our waitress was a bit slow for my liking as we waited for her after being seated and I felt we were waiting too long for our plates to be cleared and for our bill. The atmosphere is beautiful with the pool/ocean view and is a great place for Asian entrees. The sushi was fresh and so was the lobster. There is a few beers on tap and we would definitely be back again.

30 - 34 of 176 reviews

I am an avid sushi lover and this place did not disappoint. It was crowded, but the service was still pretty fast and oh-so-yummy! The shishito peppers are unique and the best I have ever had. Their "special" roll was one with a balsamic glaze, that sounded odd for sushi, but was INCREDIBLE!

First time at Bashi, and I was very pleased with food, service and the ocean view outside table. Could not have been a nicer evening. Many exotic dishes, all well prepared and generous serving size. Recommend sharing multiple dishes. The garlic noodles were especially good and went well with lobster and meat dishes we all shared. Will definitely go back. Need reservations to secure a good table on weekends, and easier during the week. Open Table made it easy.

We visited Terranea Resort for Mother's Day, but decided to skip the all-you-can-eat buffet and try one of the smaller restaurants. We ended up at Bashi, which is an Asian fusion restaurant. It was relatively easy to get a reservation, considering it was Mother's Day, and we were seated promptly outside on the covered patio, with a view of the swimming pool. The waiter was very helpful in explaining the menu choices. We ordered a variety of plates to share. Our favorite dish was the Shaking Beef, which was a smoking plate of sliced beef with asian spices. The Radish Salad was somewhat like a sunomono salad, with huge slices of fresh cucumber, and was quite good. The Garlic Prawns dish was also delicious, although it was also on a base of fresh cucumber slices, so we probably didn't need to order the Radish Salad. The Red Dragon Roll was perfect, and the Chinese Broccoli was very fresh and tasty. I ordered the Bashi Rice and added Tofu as the protein. Surprisingly good flavor. The kids in the family tried the exotic sodas, including Coconut Soda, which was my favorite because it contained bits of real coconut, Tamarind Soda, and Pomegranate Ginger Soda. The sodas were better than expected, although a bit pricey at $6.00 apiece. Total damage for 6 entrees plus 4 sodas was $139.00 before tax and tip. "Mother" enjoyed the free Terranea Recipe Book which was provided to her by the restaurant, as well as a Mother's Day Card from the Terranea. Bashi turned out to be a good choice for a last-minute Mother's Day meal.

Bashi’s menu is a sampling of more than just Japanese cuisine or sushi. We had a little of everything and it was above average quality and the service was extremely fast. I highly recommend it if you’re staying at Terranea.


Bashi: Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif. - Recipes

First time at Bashi, and I was very pleased with food, service and the ocean view outside table. Could not have been a nicer evening. Many exotic dishes, all well prepared and generous serving size. Recommend sharing multiple dishes. The garlic noodles were especially good and went well with lobster and meat dishes we all shared. Will definitely go back. Need reservations to secure a good table on weekends, and easier during the week. Open Table made it easy.

32 - 36 of 176 reviews

We visited Terranea Resort for Mother's Day, but decided to skip the all-you-can-eat buffet and try one of the smaller restaurants. We ended up at Bashi, which is an Asian fusion restaurant. It was relatively easy to get a reservation, considering it was Mother's Day, and we were seated promptly outside on the covered patio, with a view of the swimming pool. The waiter was very helpful in explaining the menu choices. We ordered a variety of plates to share. Our favorite dish was the Shaking Beef, which was a smoking plate of sliced beef with asian spices. The Radish Salad was somewhat like a sunomono salad, with huge slices of fresh cucumber, and was quite good. The Garlic Prawns dish was also delicious, although it was also on a base of fresh cucumber slices, so we probably didn't need to order the Radish Salad. The Red Dragon Roll was perfect, and the Chinese Broccoli was very fresh and tasty. I ordered the Bashi Rice and added Tofu as the protein. Surprisingly good flavor. The kids in the family tried the exotic sodas, including Coconut Soda, which was my favorite because it contained bits of real coconut, Tamarind Soda, and Pomegranate Ginger Soda. The sodas were better than expected, although a bit pricey at $6.00 apiece. Total damage for 6 entrees plus 4 sodas was $139.00 before tax and tip. "Mother" enjoyed the free Terranea Recipe Book which was provided to her by the restaurant, as well as a Mother's Day Card from the Terranea. Bashi turned out to be a good choice for a last-minute Mother's Day meal.

Bashi’s menu is a sampling of more than just Japanese cuisine or sushi. We had a little of everything and it was above average quality and the service was extremely fast. I highly recommend it if you’re staying at Terranea.


Red Dragon Roll

My husband and I were skeptical to try this place out because of the not so great reviews! We were on our honeymoon so we wanted exceptional food! The food didn't disappoint! We ordered the shaking beef, spicy tuna on crispy rice, and the red dragon roll ! The shaking beef was delicious, a bit salty, but delish! I wouldn't order the spicy tuna on crispy rice again. It was a lot of rice. But if you're into that, you would love it. The red dragon roll was pretty yummy! For our honeymoon, they gave us a chocolate cake as dessert! It was huge and amazing!! Highly recommend!

Others will see how you vote!

  • Cheyne T.
  • Tustin, CA
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Won a free dinner here so decided to check it out for my anniversary. I had pretty low expectations due to the reviews and the Asian fusion menu, but was pleasantly surprised.

Walnut Shrimp (4/5): really good, but thought the addition of melons was a little weird.

Calamari (4/5): lightly breaded, nice appetizer.

Shaking Beef (4/5): flavorful and tender, would be nice if it came with rice instead of potatoes.

Garlic Noodles (3/5): not bad, tasted like Panda Express chow mein.

Red Dragon Roll (2/5): this was just ok, probably wouldn't recommend any of their sushi or roll items.

Miso Bread Pudding (2/5): had to try it due to reviews raving about it, but found it to be way too salty.

Overall we had a nice dinner and the customer service was on point. The main entree portions were also pretty big. If you're staying at Terranea I would recommend dining here if you're craving Asian food.


Bashi: Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif. - Recipes

We ate at Bashi one of the nights at our stay at Terranea. Although all the meals were excellent, Bashi was by far our favorite! Everything was so tasty. The 4 if us had a few appetizers and each ordered our own entree. We all shared and one was better than the next. Make sure not to skip this awesome restaurant at Terranea!

29 - 33 of 176 reviews

We enjoyed our dinner here and the food was fantastic. The only thing lacking was service. Our waitress was a bit slow for my liking as we waited for her after being seated and I felt we were waiting too long for our plates to be cleared and for our bill. The atmosphere is beautiful with the pool/ocean view and is a great place for Asian entrees. The sushi was fresh and so was the lobster. There is a few beers on tap and we would definitely be back again.

I am an avid sushi lover and this place did not disappoint. It was crowded, but the service was still pretty fast and oh-so-yummy! The shishito peppers are unique and the best I have ever had. Their "special" roll was one with a balsamic glaze, that sounded odd for sushi, but was INCREDIBLE!

First time at Bashi, and I was very pleased with food, service and the ocean view outside table. Could not have been a nicer evening. Many exotic dishes, all well prepared and generous serving size. Recommend sharing multiple dishes. The garlic noodles were especially good and went well with lobster and meat dishes we all shared. Will definitely go back. Need reservations to secure a good table on weekends, and easier during the week. Open Table made it easy.

We visited Terranea Resort for Mother's Day, but decided to skip the all-you-can-eat buffet and try one of the smaller restaurants. We ended up at Bashi, which is an Asian fusion restaurant. It was relatively easy to get a reservation, considering it was Mother's Day, and we were seated promptly outside on the covered patio, with a view of the swimming pool. The waiter was very helpful in explaining the menu choices. We ordered a variety of plates to share. Our favorite dish was the Shaking Beef, which was a smoking plate of sliced beef with asian spices. The Radish Salad was somewhat like a sunomono salad, with huge slices of fresh cucumber, and was quite good. The Garlic Prawns dish was also delicious, although it was also on a base of fresh cucumber slices, so we probably didn't need to order the Radish Salad. The Red Dragon Roll was perfect, and the Chinese Broccoli was very fresh and tasty. I ordered the Bashi Rice and added Tofu as the protein. Surprisingly good flavor. The kids in the family tried the exotic sodas, including Coconut Soda, which was my favorite because it contained bits of real coconut, Tamarind Soda, and Pomegranate Ginger Soda. The sodas were better than expected, although a bit pricey at $6.00 apiece. Total damage for 6 entrees plus 4 sodas was $139.00 before tax and tip. "Mother" enjoyed the free Terranea Recipe Book which was provided to her by the restaurant, as well as a Mother's Day Card from the Terranea. Bashi turned out to be a good choice for a last-minute Mother's Day meal.


Bashi: Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif. - Recipes

First time at Bashi, and I was very pleased with food, service and the ocean view outside table. Could not have been a nicer evening. Many exotic dishes, all well prepared and generous serving size. Recommend sharing multiple dishes. The garlic noodles were especially good and went well with lobster and meat dishes we all shared. Will definitely go back. Need reservations to secure a good table on weekends, and easier during the week. Open Table made it easy.

32 - 36 of 176 reviews

We visited Terranea Resort for Mother's Day, but decided to skip the all-you-can-eat buffet and try one of the smaller restaurants. We ended up at Bashi, which is an Asian fusion restaurant. It was relatively easy to get a reservation, considering it was Mother's Day, and we were seated promptly outside on the covered patio, with a view of the swimming pool. The waiter was very helpful in explaining the menu choices. We ordered a variety of plates to share. Our favorite dish was the Shaking Beef, which was a smoking plate of sliced beef with asian spices. The Radish Salad was somewhat like a sunomono salad, with huge slices of fresh cucumber, and was quite good. The Garlic Prawns dish was also delicious, although it was also on a base of fresh cucumber slices, so we probably didn't need to order the Radish Salad. The Red Dragon Roll was perfect, and the Chinese Broccoli was very fresh and tasty. I ordered the Bashi Rice and added Tofu as the protein. Surprisingly good flavor. The kids in the family tried the exotic sodas, including Coconut Soda, which was my favorite because it contained bits of real coconut, Tamarind Soda, and Pomegranate Ginger Soda. The sodas were better than expected, although a bit pricey at $6.00 apiece. Total damage for 6 entrees plus 4 sodas was $139.00 before tax and tip. "Mother" enjoyed the free Terranea Recipe Book which was provided to her by the restaurant, as well as a Mother's Day Card from the Terranea. Bashi turned out to be a good choice for a last-minute Mother's Day meal.

Bashi’s menu is a sampling of more than just Japanese cuisine or sushi. We had a little of everything and it was above average quality and the service was extremely fast. I highly recommend it if you’re staying at Terranea.


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Deep End Dining by Eddie Lin

Look around. Where are we? The French Riviera, maybe. Somewhere off the Mediterranean coast, possibly. Vast blue waters of the Pacific cradle this ocean bluff resort with Catalina Island majestically sitting in the distance. It doesn't feel like Los Angeles but it is.

We are at Terranea Resort in nearby Palos Verdes, an area in Los Angeles County that many are aware of but few have travelled to — unless you're a resident, of course. The neighborhood surrounding the resort is upscale and serene so the drive to Terranea already feels like a getaway from the grind.

Open since 2009, Terranea Resort took over the long vacated location for Marineland aquatic theme park. This $480-million luxury property boasts 582 rooms and all the requisite and regal amenities one would expect from this type of resort, including a 9-hole oceanfront golf course and 50,000 square feet of spa bliss. And, of course, there are several dining options to appease many general hankerings. A Pan-Asian restaurant called bashi is one of them.

Chef Bruce Nguyen is the chef de cuisine at bashi. He's a local man hailing from another beach city, Huntington Beach, CA. His menu comprised of straight forward, people-pleasing plates of shareable selections.

If arriving to Terranea Resort only transported your body to paradise, then bashi's cocktails should be able to do the rest by bringing your mouth and mind to its happy place.

To launch my Palos Verdes staycay, I sipped on a classic Singapore Sling with a bashi twist. Layered with Nolet's Silver Gin, cherry brandy, fresh lemon and pineapple juices, this cocktail is liquid liquor candy.

Pearing, er, pairing perfectly with the vistas and bright, summer day, the Perfect Pair cocktail lets the Van Gogh Blue Vodka, Moonstone Asian Pear Sake, fresh pear and fresh lime juice cool things down while lightening you up.

What's summer without watermelon? Midnight in Tokyo tastes more like midday in So Cal, fresh watermelon, lime and lemon juices team-up with Beluga Vodka and Or-G Tropical Liqueur to make the ideal summer cocktail.

Keeping with the fruit theme, Chef Nguyen freshens up kimchi by adding apple to the traditional Korean fermented vegetable dish. The Radish & Apple Kimchi is a combo of daikon and apple slices. The apple slices have a similar texture to daikon. When the apple's classic sweetness fuses with the kimchi's spicy marinade, the result is a blend of spicy-sweet that both pleases and awakens the palate.


Spring rolls in summer.

Shrimp & Taro Spring Roll is the perfectly fried tube of Vietnamese flavors stuffed with scallions, bean thread noodles, wood ear mushrooms, shrimp and taro. This appetizer is a satisfying blend of different textures and tastes with the slightly sweet and creamy taro standing out as the uncommon component. The nuoc cham sauce tied it all together nicely.


Creamy, shrimpy, crispy.

Traditionally served in a heaping pile at Hong Kong style seafood restaurants, Chef Nguyen's remix of the Honey Walnut Shrimp is dubbed Crispy Walnut Shrimp and is plated with precisely four pieces of sweet, creamy shrimp topped with honey glazed walnuts and a sprinkling of black sesame seeds. Honeydew melon balls atop a cream sauce add more sweetness as well as diversifying texture to each bite.

The Hoisin Baby Back Pork Ribs at bashi are not fork tender. No, no. In fact, they are chopstick tender. Not wanting to get my hands sticky with the sauce, I began poking at the luscious meat with my chopsticks and discovered that it easily peeled off the bone. Penetrating deep into the meat, the hoisin marinade mingles with the pork for 24 hours and is then slow cooked for 4 hours. Every bite is full of flavor with sweet, salty and spicy combined with fantastically tender flesh it's a refreshing retreat from ordinary baby back ribs. A clump of pickled cabbage counters the sweet ribs by adding a bit of sour and spicy to the plate's portfolio.

Onion, bean sprouts, shiitake mushrooms, peppers and, last but certainly not least, toasted garlic make up the big flavors in the Shanghai Style Garlic Noodles. The protein choices are beef, chicken and shrimp, but no matter what you decide, garlic is king here. The savory sauce intimately clings to the medium-sized wheat noodle that is cooked to the ideal "Q" texture of springy, chewy softness. (Q is the Chinese version of Italian al dente.) If you enjoy the lingering taste of smoky garlic in your mouth (and who doesn't?) plus the joy of eating a close to perfect Chinese noodle, this plate is highly recommended.


Shake it till you make it!

Shaking Beef is classic Vietnamese plate which is essentially a stir-fry. The "shaking" part of the name refers to the action by the cook when tossing the beef in the pan. At bashi, cubes of richly marinated beef tenderloin are fried with garlic, chilis, onions, watercress and tomatoes. A spirited sea-salt, pepper and lime dipping sauce brings out every microbe of flavor in the beef. Though a simple dish, the entire spectrum of flavors are represented with every bite.


Why would you ever want to leave?

In a laid-back resort environment like Terranea, Chef Nguyen hits the right notes with his dishes by offering simple, familiar and flavorful food. Unpretentious and satisfying, eating a meal at bashi is a getaway from thinking too much about your food and simply enjoying it. Isn't that what escaping to paradise is all about?

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Information (310) 265-2800 | Reservations (866) 802-8000

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