344 Huron Ave, Cambridge, MA | Directions 0213842.381145 -71.137888
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Neighborhoods: West Cambridge
The chef cursed me out in front of my 9 year old son! – Horrible experience ending with the chef saying, "F**k you" to me in the street in front of my 9 year old son.
The food has always been bad (we only go so the kids can play and we can walk there) and it's loud as hell. My wife tied our dog up outside the restaurant and he was apparently barking while we ate dinner in the corner. (We wouldn't have left him if he usually barks.) Of course I didn't hear a thing the place is so loud. The chef with the beard came chasing me out of the restaurant, asking me not to leave my dog. I apologized, of course, not knowing he had been barking, but this guy wouldn't let up. For the life of me, I couldn't figure out what he was trying to say. I'd already told him I would have gotten the dog sooner if I'd any idea, but he kept going so I walked away -- leading him to use the ripe expletive. What a kid's restaurant, huh? It's not as if it's the first time we've been there -- we've thousand dollars there over the years but he's lost my business permanently. See ya!!
very poor service, not realy kid-friendly – As a family with two toddlers living in the neighborhood, we tried this place a few times. In all of them, the service was clumsy and rushed, even rude at the last time, which was definitely the last for us. The food is overpriced, and still you do not get silverware: you find it in a container on the table with the sharp edges pointing up. This is an accord of a theme: the place only pretends to be kid (and parents) friendly.
An oasis for families, this North Cambridge favorite takes the term "kid-friendly" to new heights with accessible food and toys. – The Scene
Located on North Cambridge's main commercial drag, Full Moon was undoubtedly conceived with families in mind. Kids are so welcome, you're apt to feel like an intruder if you show up without tots in tow. At what other restaurant--except maybe McDonald's--can you find a playpen and dollhouse, a play kitchen and an abundance of toys? There's an elaborate kids' menu, and each entree is less than $5 and comes with fruit and veggies for a balanced meal.
Too often, dining comfortably with kids means having to resort to mediocre food. Not only is the food here good, but the ingredients are also fresh and the dishes are made to order. Grilled monkfish with an Asian-influenced soy-wasabi sauce or the house's special pizza satisfy adult diners; the mac and cheese has kids raving.
Don't Believe the Hype – Boston is not the most child-friendly place when it comes to dining with Toddlers with the exception of the usual MacDonalds etc. So I was so excited when I read rave reviews about the Full Moon. Boy was I disappointed. The play area was small and unsafe - child's gate used to security which was not really - a flight downward stairs. There was a hallway leading to the kitchen from the play area but was not secured.
Food was overpriced but delicious. Would have liked more than the usual culprits for kids meals - Mac n Cheese, Pizza. Restuarant was shoddy, service was quick but pretty poor. Ordered more drinks but they never came. Wait staff were not exactly friendly.
Great food for parents, great place for kids – The food and decor at Full Moon allows parents/caregivers to feel like sophisticatd adults eating great food, while the kids they bring have a blast with the toys, environment, and food at their level. Just a great place.
Don't believe the hype! – Although the food at Full Moon is decent, the overall experience was less than stellar. The wait for a table was twice as long as we were told, and once seated we received horrible service. My husband had to get up from the table and find help repeatedly for simple things like silverware and water.The restaurant claims it is child friendly however, the play area is in a back corner and not visible from most of the tables. On the particular evening I dined there with family and friends there were several rowdy, unsupervised children rough housing in the play area necessitating much intervention from other adults.
Full at the Full Moon – Great place for delicious, filling food. Your young child / children will let you eat because they'll be too busy having fun with others in the play room. Staff is patient and accomodating.
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