This restaurant has good food, often with a local twist. On this visit, I ordered the "Philly Cheese Steak" which came with fries or fruit. The fries were fresh and crisp, and the sandwich was on a large, long and soft roll (not toasted). Should have been called "Rollerville Cheese Steak" sandwich as the meat was seasoned with thyme, the peppers (red bell) and onions were diced (and fresh) and the meat was in thick strips. It was tasty, indeed, but not a Philly!
Service was friendly but distracted, with maybe 3-4 tables filled (we had a late-ish lunch) it still took awhile for someone to remember to replenish the ice in our iced tea, and no one was on the floor when we were ready to pay and leave, so we just left the $ on the table. Maybe they were getting ready to close after lunch, but this was unclear.
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