..... but the hype for this restaurant exceeds the reality. Sure, it was sorta quirky and fun (although the color scheme made me a bit loopy after a while), and the menu selection was ...... good (we went for a lunch) ..... but I didn't leave the place thinking "Boy, I just can't wait to get back here!"
My daughter had the kid's fish and chips, which is a great value and she really enjoyed it. I had a chicken pasta dish with a cream sauce, which I was excited to learn could be easily made gluten free by choosing GF pasta and getting a GF roll. The upcharge was very modest ($1-2 as I recall) and the sauce was very tasty. The food was good, but nothing earth-shattering, service was good, and the value was fair. A solid 3.75 rating.
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