Like being given a carafe of water without having to ask. At these prices, there should be more emphasis on service, and there wasn't.
The chicken pesto sandwich was good and flavorful. It came with a tight handful of thick-cut potato chips; I assume they were made in-house. For $9, I left the place hungry.
The tomato bisque almost too thick and gluey. The lettuce salad was small, and adorned by a spattering of cheese shreds. Also $9, and also stingy servings.
I appreciate an effort to deliver more than Sysco frozen food, but in Olympia $9 for lunch ought to be outstanding in quality, or outstanding in quantity.
$18 for a light lunch for two; with tax and tip: $23...not my scene.
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