‘Luna Kitchen’ Now Open in Luna Pier — 5 Comments

  1. Hi Dave, if you know the recipe for the batter, etc. for the fried artichoke and fried eggplant, please post the recipe on the Splendid Table recipe section. I use egg and milk, and then flour, but these look like there is more to it than that. 🙂 They look so delicious.

  2. @Debbie they may be using a food service package … I honestly don’t know. But there are certainly recipes out there. The Artichoke Advisory Board of California has one toward the bottom of this page that uses a modified commercial fish batter mix. And Saveur Magazine has this recipe from Alice Waters of Chez Panisse. No, I don’t like her but the recipe looks good. 🙂

  3. When this place first opened up, I was excited. I couldn’t wait to try everything on their menu. Well, it’s a year after they opened and I can say I officially have tried everything.

    All their fried foods come in pre-frozen and taste as such. Their chicken is always dry and bland. The only saving grace this restaurant has is their burger.

    Don’t waste your money on the more extravagant listings on their menu. This truck stop restaurant is no match for Gander’s but in a pinch, their burgers are well worth the stop.

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