The thing that makes THIS place stand out is the warm welcoming A+ service. We were greeted when we arrived and when we left. All of the servers were sweet, informative about the food, and seemed genuinely happy to be there for you. We would almost go back just to have service this pleasant. The ambiance was enjoyable and attractive.
About the food. We have eaten here twice and have decided that this type of cuisine is not a style we like. We found the lasagna to be the best dish, tender layers of meat and sauce that melts in the mouth. However, on both visits the meats - pork, beef, and chicken - all were disappointingly dry and tough, and not edible. We expected a grilled flavor but it merely tasted baked dry. Some of the dishes appeared to have been out for awhile as they were dried up.
Also, we felt that the price is relatively expensive, but maybe not considering the method of cooking is labor intensive? The salad bar was fresh, but paying $6.59 per pound for such veggies like cucumbers and sliced canned beets is a little steep. We got a little of this and that, and our plates were $16.56 and $14.57. And we weren’t able to eat it.
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