Japanese Bento Box at Moon Rabbit Cafe

August 28 2021

It’s been quite some time since Thomas Darnell and I had dinner from Moon Rabbit Cafe’s pay what you can cafe. This did not disappoint! Moon Rabbit Cafe is part of Reno Buddhist Center. Thank you to the Reno Buddhist Center. They are all such lovely humans!

Tonight it was a Japanese Bento Box dinner. The dinner featured soba noodles and Tsuyu sauce with choices of marinated chicken or tofu, a side of Great Basin Brewery’s famous cucumber salad, and tri-colored mochi for dessert.

It’s Gluten-free and vegan friendly (we had the tofu option).

More about Moon Rabbit Cafe from the website: What is Moon Rabbit Cafe? “This is our “pay what you can” community cafe. Guests can actually pay what you can afford or donate a little more to support others. Moon Rabbit Cafe features delicious and healthy specially prepared food in a relaxed community focused setting. Everyone is welcome to this unique and friendly dining experience.”

Moon Rabbit Cafe with Thomas – Asian Inspired Tex-Mex

June 15 2019:

Thomas and I enjoyed dinner tonight at Moon Rabbit Cafe pay what you can cafe. Solstice Seoul Food – Asian Inspired Tex-Mex specially created by chef Tina Hogue!

For starters pop jalapeno poppers dipped in kimchi ranch sauce cooling off with hibiscus lemonade.

The entree was Fusion Fajitas with Korean chili chicken and sauteed veggies served in flour or corn tortillas & cilantro rice. I had the veggie only version.

Thomas ended with Chinese 5 spice tres leches cake and I had this lovely dairy free ice cream and whipped topping.

Tasty Thai for Thomas and Camilla at Moon Rabbit Cafe

April 20 2019:

Thomas and I enjoyed dinner at Moon Rabbit Cafe’s Pay-What-You-Can Community Cafe! It was a “Tasty Thai” experience specially created by chef Evan Berry!

For starters we enjoyed corn/tofu fritters and veggie spring rolls with sweet chili sauce and peanut sauce. The coconut limeaid was so good! Thomas had Thai coconut chicken curry and I had veggie yellow curry with a side of Jasmine rice. Thomas completed with a homemade mango pudding; which I skipped as it is made with gelatin.

Grateful to Reno Buddhist Center for facilitating this every other month. Yum!