My husband and I had lunch here yesterday. I ordered the salmon sandwich, which was a joke. The salmon was in two tall narrow strips and the bread was a fat, hard, thick triangle. The fish did not fit the bun and the sandwich was too tall to fit into a mouth. I broke the fish into pieces assuming that it would still be possible to eat this as a sandwich. The reassembled sandwich was still to large to get my mouth around. I tried cutting it with a fork and knife, but the bread was too tough to cut through. I ended up eating the middle of the sandwich with a fork and knife. The dressing was on the bottom bun where it soaked in. My lunch was a dry piece of fish a few tomato slices and a few leaves of spinach. When the waitress saw that I had not eaten the bun she commented that no one ever eats the bread as it is too hard. This information would have been helpful when the order was placed. My husband's hamburger was dry and lukewarm. We had a long wait for our food even though the restaurant was not very busy.
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