If I could give 2.5 stars, I would. The last time I ate at the Century, the food was nearly inedible, but because I've had so many good experiences there, and because the service, prices, and ambiance are good, I can't say the Century is "poor" overall.
The quality of the food, or at least its execution, seems to have slipped since my previous visits to the Century under the old ownership.
My burger, ordered medium, came rare (probably my fault; I should have ordered medium-well), and I could only eat half of it. Usually burgers come over-cooked in restaurants. Anyway, I don't mind a little juice; I just hate it when my burger is cold/slimy on the inside. It is nice that you are offered a choice of several sides with the burger, including tater tots, field greens, soup, etc. Unfortunately, ‘field greens’ means just that: a handful of mesclun greens, not a salad. The dressing, requested on the side, was so oily that it slid off my greens and off the plate. Our diet sodas were flat. Server did not take note of the fact that I left most of the food on my plate, and I didn't make an issue out of it because it seemed like she wasn't really aware of what was going on anyway.
Companion's tater tots were good, but only a hair better than oven-baked Ore-Idas, due to a flash in the deep-fryer for extra crispness. I will return in hopes that the food situation improves, and will chalk up the bad visit to transition pains.
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