Happy to have a new restaurant in Ingram-not lots of other options.
We have tried them twice. Both times found the food to be just OK. The quesadillas were difficult to eat although tasty. The jalapeno burger was OK-not spicy as advertised and the fries were soggy. We had a dinner selection (creole chicken) that was acceptable, but way too much and pretty rich-could have used a small green side. Prices were a bit high. Our first choice (chicken fried steak) was not available as the fryer was NOT working. There were a number of things that either needed the fryer or they had run out of (6:30 on a Thurs night).
The decor was pretty plain, but a local artist's photos on display are great. Ambiance is lacking. Service was nothing spectacular.
Hopefully with time all of their issues will be solved.
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