Noodles, rice & sushi crown tables in serene dining room declared Best of Westchester more than seven years in a row
- Expires Sep 12, 2012
- Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Must purchase 1 food item. Dine-in only. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Not valid for lunch specials.
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Recipes inspired by Japanese, Vietnamese, Chinese, and other Asian traditions fill the menu with dishes such as lobster-tempura rolls ($10.95), ginger-scallion duck ($17), and tofu in szechuan-peppercorn sauce ($13).
Yellow lanterns sway above a burbling indoor waterfall, whose murmurs mask the sound of keen knives slicing through flanks of fish behind Water Moon’s sushi bar. Inside the bustling kitchen, pinches of spices culled from Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese, and Thai culinary traditions grace dumplings and spring rolls as thick or glassy noodles entwine with vegetables, duck, seafood, or pork beneath a sprig of leafy herbs. Above the dining room’s black lacquered chairs and curved, orange banquette seating, wallpaper inspired by antique scrolls teems with classical characters and the definitive lyrics to “Louie Louie.”