Best place ever! Support local and eat at this place. Never disappoints. We eat in but you can get takeout or delivery. Always fresh and prepared with care. Nice bar selection, including whiskey & bourbon. Tuesday is all you can eat with huge portions and a great selection. Service is always great and they make you feel at home.
Terrible service - both servers and management seemed to have forgotten our table of five - we had to track down our waiter multiple times for basic requests. Despite the awful dine-in experience, the food was relatively delicious. Sushi was incredible (in terms of both presentation and flavors/textures), but their egg drop soup is significantly lacking (on the Royal Wok side). Crab cheese wontons were okay, but the oil they used to fry them seemed more than a few days old from the taste of it. Egg rolls were also impacted by the unfortunately disgusting frying oil used, but the contents were superb aside from the slimy texture. You pay a hefty price for the food as well as the service, and I don’t necessarily think you get what you pay for at this establishment.
I love dining at East Moon, the staff has such wonderful recommendations and always brings their A game. Beautiful to watch such beautiful rolls made right in front of me.
Decent sushi, very bland and flavorless Pad Kee Mao ( Drunken Noodles ). While the sushi was well made ( and well priced ), the pad kee mao was beyond rescue. The beef was rubbery, soggy(!), and cooked without any seasoning. Overwhelming amount of noodles, very little vegetables. Where are the aromatics like onions, scallions, Thai basil, garlic, Thai chilies? The dish seriously lacked the delicious oyster/fish / Thai soy sauce combo. If it was there, it was in minimal portions. I doubt they use high heat woks, everything seemed to be steamed rather than wok'ed. It was a pick-up order. My short interaction with the server was a pleasant one. I would be happy to give them one more try, but I am def. going to stay away from any Thai-inspired dishes. They just don't understand that cuisine. Attaching an image of the dish, AFTER we added our own sauces, basil, garlic, birds-eye chilies, and reheated it in a wok. Still didn't taste right, but at least it had a better resemblance to that iconic dish.
Great place for gluten and dairy free options. They have items on the menu marked as gluten free and Asian food doesn't usually contain milk. The drunken noodles are fantastic. Staff was very friendly and helpful with food allergies. Would absolutely visit again. We also tried the eggplant dish, which was great. They have gluten free soy sauce which is wonderful for those who are gluten free.
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