I think this restaurant is a one trick pony but it's a *great* trick. If you like different varieties of grilled cheese this is your place. There are some soups and salads also.
Location: Right off the Beltway on Edmondson Avenue.
Parking: Can get congested when it's busy. Otherwise it seems ok.
Atmosphere: It's homey and clean inside, like a Starbucks for grilled cheese.
People: Everyone at the counter is very nice and helpful.
Prices: This is always subjective. Look at their menu and see for yourself. You get a decent amount of food for your dollar so I felt that the value was good.
Food: I think the food is perfectly made and have no complaints. My most recent foray here included the crab melt. I felt there was too much crab (is that even possible???) and it kept spilling out of the sandwich. A fork helped remedy that situation. I usually get the shoestring french fries. You get a lot and they are made fresh.
Quality: I think the quality is as good as any freshly made grilled cheese can be. I can't see anyone being disappointed.
It can get crowded. This is not the restaurant's fault. The tables can fill up quickly and you have to go outside. If there's no place to sit there you can enjoy your food on the front steps or in your car.
Since everything is cooked to order and it can get crowded it sometimes takes a while to get your food. Again, not the restaurant's fault.
I'm not sure if they use butter or some substitute for grilling. (A properly made grilled cheese always uses butter in my book.) It tastes heavenly but can be a little greasy. Perhaps I should ask for "light on butter".
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