We went to Acme on a Sunday. The food was scarce and the prices were high. A colleague ordered a 5-prawn appetizer for $12 and that is exactly what he got. 5 lonely prawns on a large plate. When he asked the waitress for the garlic toast that the menu said it came with she said no it didn't come with garlic toast. Then she checked the menu and sure enough it did. So two skimpy pieces of french bread showed up that looked like they didn't have any butter or anything on them, except grill marks.
For a meer $14 you can have six small pieces of sushi. The prawns would have looked good on a bed of rice with some garnish. Rice is cheap and so is Acme. The sliders had a teeny tiny patty in them 1/4" thick and overcooked and dry. The pretzel bun was dry and the who slider lacked taste. Where or where are the previous owners? I think these owners are car mechanics not restauranteurs. Pack it up boys and find another job.
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