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Posted by Anonymous on 12/19/2010
Thought this place was going to be cheap but the food was barely edible. The Greek chicken and rice had gravy all over it. They knew it was going to be dry. And it did not taste good. And everything seemed from the frozen food section. I would pass this place.
Posted by Mark Walker on 12/22/2009
My wife ordered the strawberry pancakes and could hardly eat them. However, my vegetable omelet was great and the prices were very fair for downtown Chicago. I recommend it.
Posted by chicago exec on 11/11/2009
Prices are high for place that uses instant potatos. they will sub other menu items and charge you for the greater priced one. this happened to me today. ordred the gyro plate, got the sandwich and was charge the larger price. the waitress arrived with our meal before we got three spoons of soup eaten. nothing like being rushed out the door... will not go back.
Posted by Tim on 06/25/2008
How do two eggs, two pancakes, link sausage, coffee and a large OJ turn into a $16.60 bill (before tax)? Simple! Ask a server at Petro's (at LaSalle and Wells) for help with the menu ("this is what I want. Please tell me how this fits on the menu"). Rather than suggesting Petro's Big Breakfast for $6, which fits this order very well, she'll make it all a la carte. Don't ask for simple decency at Petro's. It ain't on the menu.
Posted by John on 05/24/2006
This is a great/ excellent place to get some diner style food in the heart of the loop. With surprisingly fast service, this is a great place to meet friends for a sit down lunch (that does not take longer than 40-45 min).