MONSOON LIGHTS UP THE HOLIDAYS IN SPIRIT AND MENU
*New Year’s Eve Deals for Early Birds and Night Owls
Monsoon Asian Kitchen and Lounge, the dynamic Asian-themed restaurant from The Bohlsen Restaurant Group (www.brgroup.biz), awarded four stars from Newsday and said to have “attention getting good looks” by The New York Times, lights up the holidays in spirit and menu.
Inside and out, the landmark building’s jewel box illuminations signal the season’s festive celebrations.
On NEW YEAR'S EVE, dining deals are available for early birds and night owls. From 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m., there is a $21.95 three-course sunset menu special. Until 9:00 p.m., the entire a la carte menu is available. At 9:00 p.m., the menu is a special four-course $75 price fixed dinner (below). From 10:00 p.m., DJ music and dancing begins with a midnight Champagne toast for all.
MONSOON NEW YEAR’S EVE $75 FOUR-COURSE DINNER MENU SELECTIONS
*Miso soup OR salad
*Monsoon roll of Maine lobster, spicy tuna, avocado jalapeño
*Edamame dumplings with mushroom sake broth
*Duck bun with chipotle, shredded duck and hoisin
*Bibb lettuce wraps with chicken, coconut and Thai peanut sauce
*Skirt steak yakitori with Korean kalbi marinade
*Kung pao monkfish with Szechuan chili sauce
*Miso glazed black cod with baby spinach and spicy eggplant
*Millionaire’s curry crab of colossal lump crabmeat, curry, pea shoots, chili and egg
*Sweet and sour chicken with pineapple, tempura, sweet peppers and snow peas
*Shaking beef of filet mignon, shishito peppers with sweet soy glaze
*Grilled ribeye with soy, shishito peppers and crispy carrots
*Old style pad Thai with rice noodles, chili, peanuts, tofu
*Chili chocolate flourless torte with mint ice cream and raspberry sauce
*Crystalized ginger cheesecake with caramel sauce and chocolate
*Ice cream trio with Chef’s selection of flavors house-made and soft-serve
MONSOON ASIAN KITCHEN AND LOUNGE (48 Deer Park Avenue, Deer Park, NY 11702 631.587.4400 or www.monsoonny.com), the dynamic Asian-themed restaurant awarded four stars by Newsday and said to have “attention getting good looks” by The New York Times, connotes seasonal weather changes. It is a wind of change and the first pan-Asian concept in a portfolio of six leading Long Island restaurants from the Bohlsen Restaurant Group (www.brgroup.biz). Monsoon bridges the gap between authentic Vietnamese, Chinese and Thai and what Long Islanders love most about modern Asian cuisine in a menu of exciting, explosively flavored food. The relaxed and hip setting of this 21st century restaurant makes use of all technology has to offer for entertaining dining while presenting some of the oldest, and most tried and true, Asian dishes, brought the Bohlsen way, to Long Island. Other Bohlsen restaurants are Gold Coast harborfront Prime – An American Kitchen and Bar in Huntington; top Zagat-rated Tellers Chophouse and the chic and casual Verace True Italian next door in Islip; neighborhood favorite Beachtree Café in East Islip; and the vibrant H2O Seafood Grill in Smithtown.