I didn’t think anything would top last week’s invitation from a Florida university rival to review the restaurant for which she did the marketing. Until now…
When a Red Kite PR executive contacted me to ask if I wanted to be featured as a spotlight blogger on Cha Cha Moon’s website, I had to giggle. This wouldn’t be epic…
It would be an eclipse!
You’ve read my suggestions for HOT things to do in Carnaby Street. So, you know I love that area. I’m excited to add eating at Cha Cha Moon to that list!
I met Jessica from Red Kite PR for dinner at 6:30pm. Having curiously walked by Cha Cha Moon in Kingly Court countless times, I was eager to see the interior. It’s row-style seating makes it very casual. Yet, the decor and lighting give it a warm and inviting ambiance.
And, Sunny friends, the tides have recently changed at Cha Cha Moon, because they’ve just added a new cocktail menu. It is certainly zestful! I chose the Wen Wen (sweet peach, tangy raspberry and splash of vodka). It’s on the right….
My drink was light and refreshing. I appreciated that the alcohol content wasn’t overpowering.
Next, we selected our Mains. Since Jessica said the platters are already very popular, I want to give you a glimpse at other possibilities.
This is the Mango Chicken Salad for £8.00. What I thoroughly enjoyed about this dish is the beautiful balance of flavor among the citrus, chilli and onion. I would be very excited about ordering it again. My dining mate chose the Seafood Singapore Noodles, which is also £8.00. It looked like a heavenly experience too.
We chatted non-stop about food and blogging, as she asked me the questions for my spotlight.
For dessert, we both ordered the 2 scoops of Green Tea Ice Cream and 1 scoop of Black Sesame Ice Cream.
I love ice cream! Tasting the Green Tea flavour is something that’s been on my ice cream bucket list 😉
Wow! It is like Buddha in a bowl! The flavours are perfectly balanced to produce a treat that satisfies an ice cream craving and skips a sugary after taste. It was a bit different having the sesame seeds in ice cream, but I feel it definitely works.
Quite simply, this dining experience sent me over the Cha Cha Moon!
Cha Cha Moon is very affordable, in a great location and has delicious food.
My meal at Cha Cha Moon was complimentary. This did not influence my thoughts about the restaurant.