Rock sugar pan asian kitchen

Duration: 7min 50sec Views: 646 Submitted: 27.04.2021
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We use cookies and other tracking technologies to improve your browsing experience on our site, show personalized content and targeted ads, analyze site traffic, and understand where our audiences come from. To learn more or opt-out, read our Cookie Policy. The soaring, opulent restaurant, visible from the street thanks to plenty of uplighting and tinges of neon, often felt like an obscure chain to those passing by, but in reality the restaurant was a one-off, at least until another now also closed location opened in at a mall in a Chicago suburb. RockSugar did have corporate backing, being an offshoot of the Cheesecake Factory — hence the mood lighting, over-the-top architecture, and expansive pan-Asian menu — from the minds of founder and CEO David Overton and company chef Mohan Ismail. The pair opened a toned-down, fast-casual version of the restaurant, called Social Monk, in Westlake Village in The final day of service for the era restaurant was December

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Here is a perfect ambience, good food, good service, good location, good decoration.. At noons there is a fix menu quite affordable. Very specific Asian fusion restaurant. Delicious menu.

RockSugar Southeast Asian Kitchen Shutters Its Towering Westfield Century City Mall Doors

The restaurant — which is from parent company Cheesecake Factory — went dark on the last day of , a note posted to the doors of the towering RockSugar states. With its closure, the RockSugar chain is no more. The company did have a location in Chicago which has also permanently closed. The Illinois outpost was the second and only other location for the larger-than-life, pan-Asian eatery, with a menu of dishes inspired by the cuisines of Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia. Ismail is still cooking RockSugar-esque dishes by way of a new eatery called Social Monk , according to the RockSugar website.
Everyone in our group had the tasting menu which was delicious. Always look at the bill! I did not like the outdoor table due to the traffic noise, especially from motorcycles going by the restaurant. At multiple occasions my business conversation was interrupted due to the high traffic noise. I asked the server about and she said oh the bottle is a better deal but it is still small.