Just finished up lunch. Ribeye sandwich, fries, greek salad.
The salad was okay, although the dressing (and really the salad itself) had a distinct Ms. Dash taste that masked the taste from anything else; the cucumbers, feta, parmesan, etc. Also, everything was dwarfed by two enormous slices of tomato. I like tomato as much as the next guy, but it should be properly labeled "tomato salad" if this is the focal point.
The sandwich was good (perfectly cooked, relatively thick (for a sandwich) slice of meat). My main complaint, however, was that the ciabatta, that it was served on, should be toasted. Untoasted ciabatta is reminescent of normal white bread. The toasting makes it special.
I asked the waitress beforehand whether or not the fries were steak fries or not. She said that they were not, and subsequently compared them to McDonald's fries. They were not like McDonald's fries and more like the aforementioned "steak" variety. Had I have known this beforehand, I would have ordered something other than the fries.
Also, I must add that my waitress was not attentive at all. I saw her twice, on her own recognizance (once to take my order and once to bring my food). Further, I was the only person in the entire place up unto the point that I was ready to pay for my food. I had to beckon her over to even receive my bill.
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