Our experience must have been an isolated incident because this restaurant was packed. However, we were not seated promptly when a table opened up and it was our turn. Several folks in line behind us (who were seated after us) had completely finished their meals, paid their bills, and left before our food even came -- and we didn't order anything unusual on the menu. I ordered a salad which looked ok when it came, nothing impressive. Another person in our party ordered eggs benedict and the other ordered a hamburger -- well done. Our food was served an hour and a half after we got there and the hamburger was literally red raw and cold in the middle. Not having another hour and a half to wait, we left and ate in an Egyptian food booth across the street. That was devine. So, skip the restaurant -- get a Gyro at the booth directly across the street.
P.S. When I pointed out that the food was late and the hamburger was raw to the waiter, his reply was "Well, what do you want me to do about it? I didn't cook it." That's true. Neither did anyone else.
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