Venturing into the Angry Monk, we were two hungry tasters ready to put our palates to the test. The venue’s industrial design, complete with a garden and elegant ambiance, was a fusion of fancy and modern that set the tone for a memorable dining experience.
For Taster #1, the Butter Chicken was a fiery, spicy affair, boasting rich flavors and tender, high-quality meat. The side dishes harmonized with the dish, only amplifying its tastiness. Taster #2, on the other hand, reveled in the artful presentation of Blackened Cauliflower Florets – well-seasoned and undeniably tasty. Their Veggi Roll-Sushi was a fresh, full-flavored delight that left a lasting impression on the palate.
Despite the limited beer selection, the Angry Monk made up for it with a full bar and a dazzling array of cocktails. The food was nothing short of appealing, and although the absence of draft beer was noticeable, it didn’t overshadow the meal.
The service was top-notch, from the attentive staff and friendly waiter to the small touches like frequent ashtray changes and glass refills. The bill arrived promptly, and the coat check and appropriate utensils for the cuisine were appreciated. The Angry Monk’s dinnerware and glassware were of decent quality, and the menu was easy to navigate in English.
In conclusion, the Angry Monk delivered a dining experience that was a tantalizing dance of flavors, attentive service, and an atmosphere that oozed sophistication.
- BUTTER CHICKEN
- BLACKENED CAULIFLOWER FLORETS
- VEGGI ROLL-SUSHI