We wanted to try this place for some time, but never seemed to have the time when visiting the Orlando area. So this was a specific trip to finally eat here. I originally seen this place on The Food Network or Travel Channel and checked out the reviews back then which at the time were quite positive. I checked again prior to arrival and saw more conflicting reviews this time and for good reason. When we arrived there were several small parties waiting outside for an inside table as all outside tables were full. There was an empty hostess podium, so we went inside (where I counted 7 empty tables!) Strange, but we asked if we could just eat at the bar and were told yes. The 2 bartenders seemed uninterested and neither really made eye contact with us. Even though they knew we planned to eat, we had to ask twice for menus. The selections on the menu sounded very appetizing. I ordered the ham and cheese quiche, home fries and turkey bacon, and my husband- the sausage and gravy biscuits with grits and a cinnamon bun for us to split. A lady sits next to my husband and places her order which was also for quiche. After about 15 minutes, someone from the back brings out her order and tries to give it to us and appears frustrated. I notice that her quiche doesn’t look good at all. When she is almost finished with her food (and I had drank all of my very watered down soda) our food comes out. Again from the back, and the person appears frustrated that they had to bring it out to us. My quiche was very dark brown on top but the crust looked soggy. The texture on the inside was odd and right away I'm thinking this is not fresh. I try a small bite and I can't even bring myself to swallow it. It was definitely old and should not have been served. As I’m pushing it around on my plate, I flipped it over and was even more disgusted as I saw green mold on the bottom of the crust! Gross! The home fries had sweet potatoes in them ( I normally would have liked) had been cut into uneven chunks so some were overcooked and some were hard as rocks. My turkey bacon was undercooked and probably microwaved because it was not browned. Biscuit was large but very dry and tasteless on its own. Gravy was goopy, not creamy, and salty with tiny pieces of sausage. Again just didn’t appear/taste fresh. When I finally got the bartenders attention I told him I was unhappy with my food. He could see that I barely touched my plate, but never asked what the problem was, and took it away. They never brought the cinnamon bun we ordered, and at this point I just wanted to leave. I told my husband I'd wait outside while he paid the bill. He had to ask to have my food removed from the bill as they were intending to charge us for it. BTW, we didn't see any antiques or furniture inside the restaurant as others had mentioned. There were a lot of stained glass lighting fixtures and some small statues/chotchkies but that's about it. Food-0, Service-0, Ambiance-0. No need or desire to ever go to The White Wolf Cafe again.
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