I've been going to Uncle George's for a number of years. It was always excellent. Sadly, with a change in ownership and staff, the quality of the food has gone down and the price has gone up. Uncle George's is off my list.
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First visit with the new owners. Meals are are good, however chefs need to learn how to cook meat to doneness, rare was medium rare and well done was medium well. Still tasted good - did not send back as we were not that concerned...More
Enjoyed the small restaurant..... Greeted as soon as we entered and answered all my questions about the breakfast and also showed us the lunch menu's and dinner. The breakfast was very tasty.....and they left us a carafe of coffee on the table. can't wait until...More
This is a small unpretentious diner that offers a very good value prime rib dinner. Cauliflower soup, Greek salad, prime rib au jus, baked potato with sour cream, perfectly cooked carrots, crispy yorkshire pudding were all delicious. The service was friendly and prompt. Reservations are...More
Breakfast was excellent. We both had eggs benedict which was a special and they were perfect. Lots of good coffee which arrived in a thermal pot. We didn\t try the baked goods but they looked amazing.
Have had a few visits to Uncle George's in the past years. Original owner sold last year. New owner appears to be struggling with new chefs. Prime rib was still great as usual. The NY strip steak was excellent, covered with a mound of mushrooms....More
I had heard their meals were delicious from a friend, so I stopped to buy a pie on my way by because that's all I had time for. When I got home, I realized the date on the box had been crossed out to reflect...More
The food was fabulous as were the desserts!!! Small restaurant and quite cozy. No complaints other than I thought the service was a bit slow with us having children there. We would have liked them to have their food asap but it took more than...More