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$11 for $20 Worth of Pan-Asian Dinner Cuisine
The menu features spicy green curry with chicken ($10.95), stir-fried udon noodles with vegetables ($8.95), and a spider sushi roll with fried soft-shell crab ($8.95).<p>
East Moon Asian Bistro
Before diners can even begin to rifle through East Moon Asian Bistro’s vast menu of inventive sushi rolls, fiery curries, and exotic noodle dishes, they must first tackle the question of where to sit. There’s the sleek dining room, with its black Silestone tabletops, cushy booths, and artwork lining the walls. But there’s also the sushi bar, where flat-screen televisions beam down on sushi chefs as they slice up fresh fish before diners’ eyes. Glimmering lanterns festooned with zigzags and stripes create a funky counterpoint to the color schemes of both areas.
But once seating arrangements have been decided and orders have been placed, the real fun begins—diners can sit back with a cocktail and watch as servers bring forth a parade of pan-Asian dishes from the kitchen. Plates of crispy spring rolls are soon followed by chicken coconut soup, shrimp teriyaki, and the tofu-vegetable specialty lauded by reporters from Ellicott City Patch as “crispy and fresh.” Platters of sushi burst with salmon, lobster, and crabmeat and arrive decorated with elaborate flourishes—such as fresh caviar and bright flowers that can accurately predict who loves you and who loves you not.