I went with a group of friends a while back. The food was great I liked the veggie sushi and my peeps like the california roll. The sake is flavorful and it was worth every penny !
A great place to go on a date ! The entrees are plentiful and delicious. The prices are good for the portions and the staff is attentive. I give it 4 **** !
My friends love the kimchee spam fried noodles, I've only found this dish in Hawaii ! It's a cute small place with counter seats. I got the kimchi and rice cake ramen and my sister got the special ramen. Both were very tasty and the price was reasonable. The lady who works there is very cute and makes me want to take her home so she can cook for me. A lot of people seemed to have ordered the kimchi fried rice which I will have to try next time I go there but overall I was satisfied with my visit .
It's a plus that it's pretty close to the UC campus and the food is good deal for the price. The people there are really nice. One time I went wtih a group of friends pretty late at night and we were the only ones in the restaurant. We ordered 3 dishes and they gave us rice for everyone free of charge.. I always get the kalbi or the tofu soup.
My friend had the house stew and I had the egusi stew. Both were yummy. I ordered mine spicy with cassava. I loved the spicy kick. It wasn't too overwhelming and you could still taste the flavors of the stew. Plus, the meat was tender. The cassava was also good. I'm used to seeing cassava as a dessert, so to have it as a savory side dish was a nice change. It had a little sour flavor, but went well with the meal. My friend had house stew mild with yams. The house stew had a little sweetness to it. The yams looked like mashed potatoes but had a gooey texture that I really liked (the cassava also had that gooey texture).
Luna serves Eritean, Ethiopian, and Italian food (it works, I'm telling you). The tibsi and injera was pretty great, but I'll be honest with you- probably only 3 stars, but the addition of this restaurant to the neighborhood adds an extra star. Its family owned- and the chef makes you feel she's cooking for you at her home. Its a great place
This place deserves more business - any place that locates very close to BART, has great latts and mochas, and great breakfast food and Eritrean dishes, deserves lots more business. Loved every meal I've had there. They're in a beautiful building, too.
My sister turned me on to this place a while back. The food is delicious and the staff is quite helpful. The prices are reasonable.
I've never been disappointed.
Much of the food is vegan and excellent, there can be a wait for service but, the food makes it worth wild.
The plantains are O.K., the greens are very good, the rice with peanut/spinach sauce is divine. Yams are also good.
The portions are big; the Ethiopian veggie combo can feed at least three people. The chicken tibbs are tasty, and the beef is even tastier, the prices are very reasonable. (The waitress is a little slow, and not very friendly. The bartenders are attentive, after just a few times in remembered our names.