Of all the recent attempts to reinvent the American diner, none has more appeal than Mooncake Foods. Obscurely located near the Holland Tunnel on Watts Street, the snug space is outfitted with a reasonable facsimile of diner furniture. Stools swivel along a counter, stick chairs flank rudimentary tables, and a pew stands in for the usual Naugahyde banquette. More important, the food's plainness evokes the kind of Greek-owned diner that has become a dwindling feature of the... More >>>