A great name like this had to mean creative and flavourful food were lying within, right? Alas, not really.
We were seated upstairs in the loft area of the restaurant, which is a converted Victorian home. The tables and chairs were plain, basic wood and not especially comfortable - more pub style than hip bistro.
I figured I should order chicken here to see just how foolish it was, so I chose the rotisserie chicken (their specialty) which was described as rubbed with herbs and spices. Oddly, it arrived with more of a sauced glaze on it, which surprised me obviously. I'd have to say it was rather bland and hence disappointing, other than the fact that it arrived without regard to its menu description. The sweet potato fries were flavourful and crunchy, a superior choice to my dinner companion's french fries. We shared cheesecake for dessert which was decent but not great.
The service was off the night we came, as the server perfected the 1000 yard stare as she walked by our table determined not to make eye contact or notice that our drinks were long in need of replenishing. I've often found it odd that a server carries on this way, when her entire purpose is to make sure that her customer is reasonably content so that she can be rewarded with an additional 15-20% above her salary just for doing her job. She was fortunate that my dining companion picked up the check on this occasion, as there may very well have otherwise been an adjustment to this custom.
Overall disappointing although not a horrible experience. Like the title says, so-so. I would not choose to return unless the group I was with really insisted.
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