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Batter & Berries
Posted by Anonymous on 06/01/2015
The food was great! The waitress was really nice. I was really enjoying it until the Manager went into the kitchen yelled and cussed at the employees and came back out like nothing. That ruined everything for us, we asked right away for the check and left! Im a manager at a restaurant, you do not do that. Especially infront of customers, if the employee has mistaken on something you talk to them in a private place. I would want to go back, but i wont.
Posted by Valeska on 05/16/2015
I went home for the Mother's Day weekend and my granddaughter took me to Batter & berries for breakfast. After about a 20 min. wait we finally got a table. From the first forkful to the last was AWESOME! If the owners ever decide to open in Minnesota, I'll be first in line. Well worth the wait.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/09/2015
We went here with high expectations. 2 hour wait in a crammed restaurant. Ghetto hostess who was ready to fight guests. Food is expensive and the taste just okay. Overall it was just okay. Not sure what the fuss is about!
Posted by Talonda on 04/21/2015
I visited this establishment on Sat, April 18th. It was a party of 16. We were seated after everyone arrived without a problem. They took our orders and the food appeared in a timely manner (super fast). I ordered the Carmel french toast and chicken sausage. OMGhee, the french toast is bring me and my crew back this weekend. I was not a fan of the chicken sausage (very bland), but I will try the bacon next time. I give this food and experience a 10 thumbs up and shake, rock and roll split!
Posted by Yolande on 01/21/2015
Im typically not a french toast person due to past experiences. I tried the lemon amd loved it. Syrup wasn't required but it's what I'm used to applying. I arrived within 30 minutes of their opening and immediately received a seat. Within the next 30 min the line was there. The toast does not come with any sides which can make the meal seem pricey. It's about $20 per person. I wouldnt want them to open another location (need same chef) but maybe expand their current dining area. Maybe that is the reason for the construction next door
Posted by Felicia Houston on 01/11/2015
Hubby took me here for my birthday and it was AMAZING!!! The French Toast melt in your mouth.. no syrup needed. The homemade chicken sausage was delicious. Get there at 8am or be prepared to wait. Customer service was top notch!The general manager came to our table several times!! They also have a great selection of teas! Planning to return with my entire family to celebrate my dad's birthday on Jan 29th.
Posted by den keen on 11/04/2014
One Saturday my nephew treated 5 family members to lunch. When we first drove up I was ready to turn around. The line outside was long!! We came all the way from the southwest suburbs so we waited. My nephew said it's worth the wait. It was " WORTH THE WAIT". The food, the staff...wonderful. We will be returning!! Earlier next time. I'm tell everybody I know about this place!! When will you be opening a southside location? I had the caramel french toast & the steak omelet. I'll try the chicken faijita omelet next. It looked so good on my daughter's plate.