by Victoria Bartone on
It was nice..... drinks were good but the food and making the table reservation together made the place a little overpriced for what it is. The venue is what is, no frills, no need to get all gussied up, just good music.
by Hedwig Miska on
Went here for lunch with a group of co-workers. The pre-fixe menu was quite reasonable, $25 for an appetizer, entree and dessert. I also got an order of pork pot stickers with sweet chili sauce on the side ($12 for 5 dumplings... pricey but they tasted pretty good). The restaurant also offered hot tea in many different flavors, each pot is enough for two people although you can also get larger pots. App: I got the Peking duck spring rolls with Hoisin sauce. There were three of them, although the spring rolls were very heavy, there wasn't enough of a balance of meat filling with veggie filling so it got very tiring to eat. It was also quite salty. Entree: I got the wok fried NY steak. It was beautifully presented, but also a bit on the salty side. Dessert: The banana bread pudding was definitely a standout. It was creamy, with fresh bananas and super yummy. The portion was also very large. This was a great dish and I highly recommend it. I would normally give this restaurant 4 stars but I was very disappointed with the attitude of our server. When I asked him what drinks he had available, he acted like it was such a bother to recite the list cold drinks available, and even more annoyed to bring us a menu with a list of the available hot teas.
by andrew s. on
Horrible place to see a concert. They cut the artist short by announcing on the PA system that "the Roxy is now closed". Aka - we have club heads lined up outside who are waiting to be served $10 drinks and our doormen can't take the smell of Dakkar Noir much longer.... With the Webster Theatre opened and a House of Blues on the way, here's hoping that less good bands play this room.