Hobart, you're one lucky duck! As the name suggests, the cuisine is a fantastic fusion of dishes and techniques from all over the world. The decor is contemporary and seriously quirky, making it a fun space in which to dine.
A menu borne from the flavors and cuisine of Japan, Thailand, China and Vietnam, Monsoon: Asian Steak and Sushi uses the timeless techniques of these culinary traditions. Our ingredients are shipped in from around the globe and effortlessly combined with flavors familiar to the palate. Sushi and Steaks stand out next to our extensive wok-fired dishes.
Show us your best photos of dishes, drinks, ambiance and views. See Photo Guidelines. It offers everything from classic Chinese dishes like Kung Pao to signature entrees like Monsoon rice and noodles. Finish off your meal with a variety of unique desserts like banana tempura with vanilla ice cream and caramel sauce.
If you are new to Myanmar as I was and you are not sure how to tackle a new cuisine Monsoon is designed to give those new to the country a menu that makes sense and the food is reliable and solid. Not the fanciest of places the high ratings it earns made me think it was going to be "fine dining," but it is good dining. You feel very safe and welcome in the area a half block off the Strand.
This new pan-Asian restaurant is owned by the Bohlsen Restaurant Groupwhich also runs the well-regarded Prime in Huntington and Tellers Chophouse and Verace, both in Islip, among others. Besides its pedigree, Monsoon — its full name is Monsoon Asian Kitchen and Lounge — has attention-getting good looks. The restaurant occupies a s bank building, which is floodlit outside, attracting passersby.
This is the best place ever, the outside front dining is always much better than inside the restaurant, same food, but better atmosphere to people watch. Every time I come to LA, I'll head here for a meal. Mid afternoon is best time to get
This is the best place ever, the outside front dining is always much better than inside the restaurant, same food, but better atmosphere to people watch. Every time I come to LA, I'll head here for a meal. Mid afternoon is best time to get Really cool atmosphere!
The Monsoon dining experience is rooted in a family-style sharing menu. Favorite fish and meat proteins are prepared with both new and familiar Asian spices and vegetables, in a state-of-the-art kitchen, using the most advanced cooking tools. On Sundays, Monsoon offers dim sum brunch, where selections are served from a traditional cart.
Monsoon in Babylon serves a whole Peking duck for two with cucumber, scallions, hoisin sauce and steamed buns. Photo Credit: Doug Young. Diners will find surf-and-turf combinations, from filet mignon and rock shrimp tempura to skirt steak with Cantonese lobster; and a new emphasis on sushi and sashimi.