Went to Uncle Lui's for the first time on Wednesday. They are only open Wednesday thru Sunday in the evening. Reservations are a must.
They are located in a very undesirable looking strip mall that runs perpendicular to the main street. Good thing they are one of the close units to the street or I might not have driven down any further in the dark.
You walk into a clean but small dining area with tables much to close to each other.
The food was good. My wife ordered trout almondine which she said was good and I had lamb chops also very tasty.
One of the complaints I have is that they give much to much food and price it accordingly. We DO NOT take food home from restaurants and therefore have to leave a lot of food on the table that we have paid for. They do have an early bird that we will try next time where the price is less and the portions smaller.
The folks at the other tables, all an elbows length away, were talking loudly and drowned out the words of our dining partners who speak very softly. That is very I titled my review "Too Close For Comfort" and gave it 4 not 5 stars
The potato pancakes that they start you out with are big and great. They also serve red cabbage and cream spinach with the meal, family style. To be truthful I tried neither as there just wasn't room in my stomach for any more.
They also end the meal with coffee, tea etc and dessert which I did not refuse. The strudel was very tasty. The dessert is included in the meal price, or I would have passed.
I went home and had an antacid and swore never to "pig out" again.
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