After watching the turgid, though great looking, movie adaptation of Downton Abbey in Century City, we were hungry. It was Shake Shack or Tender Greens, both of which we had enjoyed in the past. We settled on Tender Greens as there are more choices for the non meat eating, and very glamorous if I may say so, M (the wife). The restaurant is much smaller than other iterations that we’d been to and not as clean - dirty floors, unbussed tables, short on staff(the reason for the unbussed tables), but we ordered and went to our table. Shortly thereafter, a charming, good humored older gent brought our meals along with several fun facts and word play. Things were looking up (from the dirty floor). The food at Tender Greens is consistently good if you don’t count the heavily overdressed salad and over cooked, but still great tasting, steak. The mashed potatoes were, and are, exceptional maybe even divine if there is such a thing as divine mashpos. The aforementioned steak seemed to be a slice or two shorter than in the past, but who’s counting? M’s salad was good sized and very good. I would recommend the food but not the spot although maybe we hit an off night - it happens.
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