The food here is okay, but what sets it apart and is the source of both the complaints and the kudos, is that the menu contains items that you would not normally see in a diner. Their reach is longer than their grasp... the diner style does not work well with haute cuisine. So the risotto was not the real thing and lack the right texture, the lentil soup was okay but watery,
The result of spreading themselves too thin is that even standard diner fare does not do well. The hamburgers were edible and slightly burned, and the french fries were from frozen potatoes, which always gives it away. The ribs were dry and a bit rusty, but certainly edible.
Service was good and attentive.
The place is dark, with the linoleum floor and a small metal fire burning stove. Better than McDonald's, but only one or two cuts above. Don't expect too much.
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