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As with a few other reviews, we were looking for a break from pasta. It is indeed a theme restaurant, and a bit on the dark side, but the burgers were typical, the fries were tasty and crisp, and the service was speedy. It was...More
Our expectations were high and the disappointment great. We entered a poorly lit or say, gloomy saloon like restaurant labyrinth, and a stressed waitress kind of commanded us instantly leftside down the stair into one of the apparently many different restaurant sections. Given that we...More
This place literally saved my life....well perhaps that's an overstatement but after a week in Italy and all the pasta, we were hankerin' for something a little more familiar and found this place near the ol' train station and popped in for lunch.
We went there for lunch and the quality was ok. A few things does not really have anything common with USA food, but ok. I had Enchilladas and a salad which was served quick and in a ok quality. We would go there for lunch...More
After a day of cycling, we wanted to eat meat, so we visited this restaurant.
We looked at the menu and was very expensive but as the restaurant decor was really nice, we though it will be good food.
To our big disappointment, the food...More
First thing you get, is a small bucket filled with peanuts.....a nice gimmick for the kids.
Very nice restaurant, designed like the Wild West, as its name.
The restaurant is clean and tidy.
Is located near the city railway station.
The waiters are very polite...More
We visited the Old Wild West as we saw the cool design of the Restaurant from across the street. I used to eat in a lot of Steakhouses around the world and I have to say that the decorations and all the Little design aspects...More