First dine-out of the year! We were lazy, tired, and didn’t want to travel far for this dine-out. We chose Moxies because of their Poke Jar. Everything else on the menu was meh.
Variety: 7/10 – A dine-out menu is already limited because the restaurant has to make some sort of revenue from this set price. However, there was barely anything great on this menu that you would struggle to choose from.
Service: 9/10 – She did what she had to do. Seat. Take order. Refilled my pop without me asking. Took our things away. Etc. No complaints here.
Taste: 6.75/10 – The appy (Poké Tuna in a Jar & Korean Sauce Cauliflower) was good. The Poké was good. The sauce that came with the dish balanced out the rawness and crispy seaweed looking chips. The Korean Sauce Cauliflower was ok. It was quite spicy and I didn’t like the gooey thing that the cauliflower was drenched in. The jalapeno lime dip was a nice compliment to the spicy cauliflower. The Entrees sucked. The Quinoa was so dry. Don’t like beets. The “mango” part of the Chipotle Mango Chicken was just a smeer on the dish (for aesthetics). The Chicken was quite dry. I only finished 1 piece out of the 2. The salsa/avocado helped keep the chicken moist (only the parts that were touching it though). The Dessert: White Chocolate Brownie. Usually this dessert is amazing. However, it was quite stale as if they did not heat up the brownie enough or something. It was not pleasant. The whipping cream was disgusting. Not smooth texture at all. Only the ice cream part was delicious… Can’t go wrong with vanilla ice cream…
Atmosphere: n/a – nothing to say. dim. quiet. empty.
Reasonably Priced: 8/10 – only $30 for this dine out. Was it worth the price? Not really.
Would not recommend for next year’s dine out.