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Posted by Anonymous on 10/26/2010
Chicken pot pie was like coming home after working all day, covering up with a blanket and enjoying grandma's. The crust on top was flakey and perfectly golden. Inside, peas carrots potato and chicken were moist and hot. Gravy was delicious and seasoned very well. My daughter had fried chicken which was as good or better than Strouds of Kansas City MO. Desserts were heavenly! Cheesecake and chocolate layer cake ala mode were to die for! Service was prompt an helpful in deciding from large choices. Coffee the best flavor...ever! We will visit again.
Posted by bud on 11/15/2008
had the prime rib sandwich with mashed and it was great. probably the best value downtown when a burger is a buck less. order medium rare.
Posted by copperhead on 04/27/2008
In town for the weekend, and needed to grab a quick dinner my first night here. This place seemed to have decent online reviews, and be a piece of the city's history, so I decided to check it out. I was seated promptly, and the waitress was friendly and efficient. But just as I settled in, I got a whiff of what smelled like rancid mop water. It didn't permeate the place, but just as I would think the smell had gone away, it would return. Nauseating. The food arrived and was mediocre, at best. The greek lemon soup had an odd texture. The fish and chips were soggy, not crunchy. And the tartar sauce had a very strange powdery taste. If you are in the area, hungry, and there is nothing else open, try it. Otherwise, I'd opt for just about any other restaurant in the area.