I had lunch once and dinner once while visiting Greensboro. Each time I was with two friends. For dinner, the three of us started by sharing an appetiser dip - bacon, shrimp, spinach artichokes jalapenos, onions and tomatoes blended with three cheeses, served with tortilla chips. I didn't ask my friends about their food, but mine - seafood crepes - was filling and delicious - shrimp, scallops and crabmeat - and plenty of it. For dessert, I had creme brulee, which was well prepared, with a thin, crisp crust and cook custard. All in all, a little pricey, but not at all unreasonable for what we got.
On a separate day, I went with two other friends for lunch. I had a monte cristo sandwich, which wasn't bad but wasn't nearly as good as some I've had. It was basically a surprisingly thick slice of good ham, served on french toast with raspberry jelly on the side. It probably had cheese, but didn't have turkey (which was a little surprising). It had a spicy mustard, which I would have have asked to be omitted had I paid more attention to the menu. It was okay, but a far cry from the Studio Diner in San Diego (my personal high water mark for monte cristo sandwiches). One of us had a hamburger, which he said was excellent. The other had a half rueben sandwich and cup of soup - he said the sandwich was so-so. One of us had their key lime pie, which was reported as excellent and was quickly and completely consumed.
The restaurant atmosphere was very good. Service for both meals was attentive, knowledgable and excellent. Time for food delivery was good, and the food was hot and well presented.
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