The young and talented chef/owner, Asia Mei, brings her own take on American-Asian fusion cuisine in what has become one of the must-try restaurants in South Boston. Start with one of their creative appetizers, such as blistered shishito peppers or Japanese egg tamago before moving on to such entrees as Irish curry, braised rabbit orecchiette or miso-sake glazed haddock. The weekend brunches have become popular, offering their famed Tater Tot poutine, crab eggs benedict and goat cheese omelet.
Open until 1:30 am, Moonshine 152 provides an opportunity for a late-night dinner post-show (or post-party). The popularity of the restaurant - for early dinner or late, and especially brunches - makes a reservation strongly recommended.
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