by Annie R. on
Mmmk so here is the story on this place. Go on a weeknight, avoid the B&T crowd. The food is actually really good, the desserts are amazing. The steak is obviously fantastic, but the corn pudding/mac and cheese are stellar as well. The booths are plush, the decor is low key/chic, just do it on a week night and avoid the nonsense.
by Nancy D. on
In the battle of the Buddhas, Buddakan trumps Buddha Bar easily. The space itself is beautiful and reminds me a lot of TAO in Vegas. The food on the other hand is really mediocre and blah. For the prices they're charging, it's definitely not worth it. I had the Chinese chicken salad to start off with then the Chilean sea bass roll. No joke, but the Chilean sea bass roll tasted like a California roll. This place is great to have drinks at and great to be at later in the night but avoid coming here for dinner at all costs. If you want to eat better Asian fusion, go to Buddakan and come back to Buddha Bar for the late night scene.
by Kam Solomon on
Al right then, so if you show up in a pair of nice dressy sneakers that are the newest thing you still couldn't get a good vibe going in to the starlight room. then if you are not really in the mood for paying 25 dollars for two(2)6oz alcoholic beverages while being looked at from head to toe because you & your date are the only ones dressed like it's 2006 ad and not 1995 also if you are under thirty don't even bother stopping in because you might run into one of your parents friends dancing to erotic city with another one of your parents friends and while both are drunk lip syncing to the tune. so be forewarned it's not where you want to go on a Wednesday night even if they are playing tweak techno at Minna. sssssssso,the starlight room could be a bad ass joint for a lot more people to enjoy and still promote classy.they just need to get caught up with the 2000s.