Serious RSVP only
No need to RSVP "No" unless you change from "Yes"
"NO-SHOW" or Last day rsvp change Will NOT be tolerated on this group
Let's Try High End American Asian Fusion food at this newly opened With Expensive Cherrywood Decorated restaurant at Soho
4.5 Stars on yelp review
Link on yelp
Link to their website:
Is a High end restaurant on Soho
The Original Price for this Prix Fixe Dinner was $35 without the wine
The owner was able to give our group as one time Special for 3 Course Prix Fixe Dinner + Glass of Wine $24.99
Here is their menu (pick one from each category)
Dinner Prix fixe + One Glass of Wine $24.99
(This Price is only for our group)
Ciabatta with Whipped Blue Cheese Cream
* Appetizers(Pick One)
Market Green Salad, Apple Vinaigrette, Goat Feta
Salmon Head Salad, Dill Cucumber Dressing, Crispy Salmon Skin
Braised Bacon Soup, Smoked Cippolini, Radishes
** Entrees (Pick One)
Eel Stuffed Smoked Fresh Killed Chicken, Spring Vegetables, Ham Hock Relish
Market Fish, Shellfish, Saffron Toast, Abalone Broth
Spring Vegetables, Steamed In Lotus Leaf, Crispy Smoked Mushrooms
*** Dessert(Pick One)
Coffee and Tea Ice Cream
Chocolate Sesame Fritters
To make it simple and fun Everyone must order the 3 Course Prix Fixe Dinner + Glass of Wine $24.99
$24.99+ tax & tips + $2 event fee
CASH Only please.
Meetup fee $2 will be collected. Do not RSVP if you don't agreed.
Here is the picture and reviews from yelp
Be careful, it's extremely hot."
- our servers each time they brought out a plate of food.
I always like to hear this when eating out. There's nothing worse than getting some lukewarm food, and everything we got that was supposed to be served hot was piping hot, very fresh, and extremely delicious.
The food here is incredible. They start you off with the Complimentary Ciabatta with whipped blue cheese. I started to wonder why it was taking awhile for the bread to come out, but when it finally did, I realized it was because they were baking it fresh, and it was well worth it. This was some of the best complimentary bread I've had recently.
For starters, we got the Caramelized Chicken Wings ($7), which were pretty good, though I'm not really into chicken wings so much. We also got the House made Refrigerator Pickles and Butter Roasted Peanuts ($5).
This was the only mild disappoint out of everything we ordered. The pickles were actually quite refreshing to offset all of the fried, heavy stuff, but the peanuts were not great - they were surprisingly flavorless and could have used some salt.
But the main entrees and sides are where this place really shines. We got the Cherrywood Burger ($21), which is really just a fancy Big Mac.
This is the only time I think I've ever seen a double burger at a fancier place, and it was delicious. The best part of this dish though was the side it came with, the French Fry Ends with Bacon Crumble.
This was a genius alternative to the typical side of regular fries. It's served in a little that you should get a spoon to scoop up, to get a salty, delicious mouthful of those fries and bacon. So good. If you don't get the burger, make sure you order this as a side.
For the other entree, we got the Eel Stuffed Chicken (!) ($26). I've definitely never seen such a thing before, and it was amazing. Eel and chicken, together at last.
At first glance, it just looks like some really good chicken with some deliciously crispy skin. But then once you cut into it, you realize there is a very generous layer of deliciously buttery eel stuffed between the chicken and its skin.
This dish comes with a small side of pretty tasty vegetables, but the real way to go is to order the side of Bone Marrow Clay Pot Rice ($8). As I mentioned above, everything here is served nice and hot, but I actually managed to burn myself on this dish (but that's a good thing).
This was a very generous portion of piping hot sticky rice with some bits of bone marrow scattered on top. This was the perfect complement to the deliciously rich chicken and eel.
As usual at places that happen to be very good, even though we were extremely stuffed, we just had to get something for dessert since everything else we ate was so good. We opted for the interesting sounding Crunch and Munch Crumble Pie ($10). This was a hot, gooey, very satisfying pie, with a buttery crispy crust.
My only complaint is that there wasn't enough of it. Also, it could have used a nice side of ice cream to offset the heat and extreme sweetness of the pie. But still, this was an awesome dessert and I would happily get it again.
The atmosphere in here is very nice too, and the service is impeccable. This place is great, and I hope they take off and get the success they deserve with such good food. I will definitely be back soon to try the ribs, which everybody else here seemed to be getting and which looked just as delicious and satisfying as everything else we ate here.