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All reviews steak pumpkin soup sandwiches potatoes ribs greek salad fries american sports bar english menu bottom line great atmosphere club upstairs large dishes huge tv american diner non smoking watch sports
We visited route 66 and really like how the place looks like.. food was ok but nothing that specials (sandwich good, but dessert not at all),drinks are good and well priced. huge disapointment is service.. waitress didnt speak english.. to pay separate was sooooo big...More
We went there for a hen party. We booked a big table for probably 12 girls. Everybody ate something else but we were all very satisfied with a food. I had a very good hamburger:) also drinks were delicious + nice staff...Recommend to visit!
Cheap beers are relative but at €1.50 for 0.5L in a bar that was cheap for us. Four really good sized HD TVs for watching sport on, they even put on Six Nations (rugby) for us. Thought the service was bad though, either they were...More
I have mixed feelings about this place. The vibe is good. The place is lively - giving us a feeling to stay. The waiters saw us entering the restaurant but nobody said ‘hello’, not even a smile. We found a table and we got a...More
We ate at Route 66 when on our ski holidays. The food is generous and the prices are reasonable.
The chicken soup is excellent, however, the Hungarian Goulasch has nothing to do with the real Hungarian Goulasch (believe me I am Hungarian).
We had a great lunch. My wife got a Ceasar's Salad and i got the hamburger. We also ordered a garlic soup, which was delicious. Everything tasted fine. I was surpised with the interiors of this place - very cosy, inviting place. HUGE TV screens...More
We called in to book a table and not only they didn’t speak English they hung up on me.. i called again another person picked up again with no English and hang up..please learn some English for the tourists..