Looking at the good side first, the atmosphere and decor of this restaurant is fun. It's an old train station and they've embraced their history not only in the name of the place but with the decor as well. The theme of the restaurant combines train memorabilia with a New Orleans theme. Personally, I immediately noticed the Community Coffee sign on the wall, one of my favorite coffee companies. The train theme is cool because who doesn't like trains. One of the waiters was making sure the little boy at the table by the window was seated facing the right way to see the train when it passed by on the still active tracks.
The food, however, wasn't so great. We tried the bengiets and they weren't bad. You don't see them much around here so i dobt have much experiencw for conparison. However, our meal was disappointing. I ordered an omelet and it was quite overcooked. It was dry and mostly brown on the outside. The "railroad potatoes" were unfortunately also overcooked and bland.
While I wanted to like this place because of the cool concept, I don't think I'll be back.