After deciding to make a day of it in Asheville, my daughter and I seeked this place out! A few things to note during our early lunchtime visit:
1. Parking. Although they have a small additional lot, there isn't much parking. I was going to park along the street, but had to nix that idea after noticing all the "no parking anytime" signs. We lucked out on one spot in their lower level near the garden area. I felt lucky, as I was just suggesting we look elsewhere to eat.
2. Service. Although we were seated immediately (we arrived around 11:30) and our waitress brought us water without us having to ask, I didn't like that their was no ice in the glasses. I feel silly complaining about this, but the water wasn't even cold. I normally always drink water with my meals, but because it was city water and had no ice, I asked my waitress for an iced tea.
Also, although our waitress was friendly, it took her a while to come back and take our orders.
3. Food. My daughter ordered the portabello mushroom sandwich with a salad, and I ordered the huevos rancheros. I sampled a bite of her sandwich and thought it was pretty good. I loved my dish and couldn't finish it. My teenage daughter had no problem finishing it off!
The atmosphere was very busy and a bit loud, but my daughter and I were okay with that. We chose to sit inside. A bit tight, but nothing utterly comfortable. During our meal, a gentleman came to our table to ask how things were.
Would I return to this restaurant? Definitely! But maybe for an early dinner!
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