This is a small local neighborhood restaurant that has a big following of loyal customers so at peak dining hours there is a wait. It has a very plain interior – focal point is the grill…and the restaurant is about 30 x 50‘ which means they’re only 9 booths and 3 tables inside and another five tables on the outdoor patio. There’s also five seats at the counter which face the open kitchen. We arrived with the family on Sunday morning at around 11 AM. There was a 15 minute wait for the table. There are three chefs working in the kitchen and five additional wait staff handling the customers…. And the pace was a bit frantic with the waitresses scurrying around …..but everyone at our booth got their food within 20 minutes. Food is above average…my Trio Skillet was a bit dry abd 50% was potato chunks – tasty though. My wife had the Chinese chicken which she said was a bit dry too—could use extra dressing on the side. Good service.
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