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Businiess name:  Monsoon Restaurant
Review by:  flowerofthedesert ..
Review content: 
What more can you say? I love Monsoon, and I have to disagree with another JB member on the "authentic" part of the restaurant -- I don't think Monsoon is necessarily going for "authentic" as much as they are going for pan-Asian food done well. Every time I have gone to Monsoon I have been very pleased with what I've had -- the chow mein is wonderful, the drunken chicken is delicious, the ribs are messy and finger-licking-good (even though they give you a hot towel to wipe off with) and everything else I've tried has been delicious and fulfilling. It will make a dent in your wallet -- but it's a nicer restaurant and well worth the extra money. To put it simply: you know a restaurant is good when you start to have cravings for their food specifically. I definitely have "Monsoon" cravings. I'd give Monsoon a try if you haven't already -- I will definitely be returning.

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