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Posted by HKfoodE on 05/25/2011
food wasn't bad. Beet salad was good. Bok choy was unnecessarily sweet, but good, and rotisserie chicken was good. friend liked his food, too. Go in expecting good neighborhood thai food with a twist, and you won't be disappointed.
Posted by Displeased from Jersey on 05/08/2011
Todd English should be ashamed. Went there on a Sunday afternoon.... Mother's Day... and what a huge disappointment. Not impressed with reviews I read before going, but my daughter had some kind of pre-paid coupon. The menu was totally incoherent and uninspired, as was the food. You can probably get better quality at your local chinese take-out. And how do they have the nerve to advertise as dim-sum. Are they kidding?
Posted by Andrew on 04/23/2011
Place was average at best and way overpriced for the amount of food they served. If you want to eat dim sum do yourself a favor and go to China Town, there are many inexpensive gems down there. This place is a poor excuse for Dim Sum.
Posted by Layla on 04/07/2011
This place is so cool inside with tons of Asian type stuff making you think you're in a cool spot. Crowd was really trendy and hip. They have an awesome oven, though I don't know what they make it there. We had sticky ribs which were good but too sweet, but our fruity drinks were amazing. Didn't see the bill, thankfully.
Posted by Isabelle on 04/06/2011
All of our dishes were sticky sweet or mushy. The place looks like the forgotten wing of Epcot Center. Server was cool, but things like water refills and clearing plates were not really his thing. Bill was standard for "fusion."
Posted by Lord Henry aka Prime Minister Shitake on 02/15/2011
Ventured to Ember Room for the first time on Valentine's Day. The holiday set-up was well done and they graciously presented each female diner with a beautiful, red rose. Liked the juxtaposition of the wood interior. Exellent atmosphere. Had the chilean sea bass and taro-chestnut soup. It was delicious. Chilean sea bass literally melted in your mouth (in a good way), and the taro-chestnut soup was a delightful blend of flavors which excited the taste buds in a way 0nly great dishes do. In short, = bomb.com
Posted by allen on 02/14/2011
Went to this much-hyped spot last night with two friends. The space is lovely and a long way from the sandwich shop that was there before, but aside from that improvement, I can't say much else is remarkable about Ember Room. Of course it is pricey but that is to be expected, but the food all seemed like typical fusion dishes that were in style ten years ago but don't hold up to today's NY. We didn't have dessert so cannot comment on that. Also they just opened so maybe it wil get better.