This restaurant was across the street from our hotel we were staying at for a wedding and we were invited by the bride and groom for a morning-after brunch. Things started off pretty alright. I ordered tea and a small pot came, so I could refill my cup, which was nice. Then we all started to order.
The sign in the front boasts that you can get breakfast, lunch or dinner, but there is literally only one dish for breakfast, which is two eggs, choice of meat and toast and fries for $2 extra.
Most of us ordered this. One of the people we were with asked if he could get just egg whites for his eggs, but was told that was not possible. We were all confused as to why this would be such a problem.
I ordered the breakfast with whole wheat toast and when it came out, my eggs were overdone and the toast was white toast. I pointed this (the toast, never mentioned the eggs) out to the server, who flipped open her notepad and said, "It says here you ordered whole wheat toast and that's what I told them" and then looked at me pointedly, while I sat there trying to figure out what her point was. I GUESS she expected me to agree that this wasn't her fault and therefore not worry about it myself?
I was surprised that she didn't seem willing to fix this order. I had to ask for it to be fixed and so she reluctantly went to get me new toast.
The fries that come on the side were literally fries. I was sort of expecting hashbrown-like potatoes, since they were with their breakfast.
Overall, nothing special. Even looking at other peoples' food it wasn't overly impressive, but the service is certainly lacking.
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