We always thought the Coho was a decent place to eat, but our recent stop there was better than previous encounters. The food was at least average, and the service was always good in the past. This time the service was a bit slow, but it was definitely worth the wait. The quality of the food took a definite step up. BTW, it was the kitchen that was slow. Our waitress kept telling us that it was almost ready, but there was nothing she could do to hurry them up. The beef skewers were a very tasty appetizer and they held us over until lunch arrived. Both the hibachi chicken and the turkey pastrami reuben were delicious.
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