We exited our car to be greeted by the overwhelming smell of garbage, which grew worse the closer we walked to the "restaurant." (I use the word "restaurant" lightly as it's really a shack.) That's because patrons must walk past a couple of overflowing dumpsters located right next to the "restaurant." Upon entering we were greeted by a floor heavily strewn with food and the overpowering smell of grease--think of McDonald's greasy smell times ten. Everything was coated in grease: tables, chairs, condiment containers, menus, etc. On each table sat a six-pack cardboard box acting as the condiment and napkin holder. The boxes were covered with old food stains and were disgusting. We had to discard most of the napkins as they too were covered with food stains. The menus were also covered with old food stains, enough so that we felt we needed to wash our hands after ordering. Even though the place wasn't busy, it took thirty minutes to get our food. It was a miserable wait as the chairs and benches were beyond uncomfortable (two of us had to use prescription pain meds afterwards), it was sweltering inside (though it was a mild evening), and the grease stench was so overpowering that everyone's eyes began to water profusely. Three in our party thought the burgers were terrible and the other three thought the burgers were mediocre. The consensus was the burgers were extremely greasy; the buns were dried out; the French fries were soggy, greasy, and undercooked; the onion rings tasted strange; and the filth and smell were bad enough to make us lose our appetites. We left 3/4 of our food. We've all eaten at hole-in-the-wall establishments several times but none have been dirty like this place. Steer clear of this dump and save yourself time, money, and a backache.
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