I thought it was hyped so I decided to give it a try and be picky. I noticed that the floor and the chairs are pretty much worn. It was crowded and very busy.
Waited for a while to get a table. My kobe burger was a little bit overcooked. Not bad though. The five spice fries- honestly I was not a fan. The biggest mistake- they were wrapped in a piece of seaweed and put in a cup; no wonder they went soggy quickly.
It wouldn't be a 4-star if I hadn't ordered the strawberry tart. Light, delicate and refreshing, with a nice presentation. Best thing I can find at ATL airport.
This restaurant is slightly off Ocean Ave, therefore we found it was easier to get a table here on a Saturday night without a reservation (... I know, I should have called ahead).
We got complementary wine while waiting. Friendly service, but maybe a little bit understaffed. The lamb kebab dish and pistachio cream pudding (like panna cotta) were very delicious. I don't like their grilled octopus though- didn't taste like "grilled" at all. When I talked to the owner, he told me that they "intended to make it this way". Alright. You are the boss.
Overall the food is okay; when you're in Carmel your vacation mood just makes everything better. No complain for what I had, but I would choose another restaurant next time (and make reservation!!!).
Don't judge but I honestly know nothing about wine and never want to get into it because of my sensitivity to alcohol. This is a great place if you just want to see what a winery looks like, take lots of nice pictures, enjoy a picnic and have some fun playing bocce ball. Or, great for tourists. I'm sure there must be lots of better places for serious wine experts.
They have a deli counter where you can get cheese/meat plate, sandwiches, salads and desert. Not bad! The patio was beautiful but windy.
Nice little place in Santa Barbara. They have burger and also some Asian-fusion food.
The calamari- the description on the menu sounds great but I did't taste much coconut or curry.
The papa burger-very hearty, but the fries coming with it was bland.
The rice bowl- spicy stir-fried veggie on rice, my parents like it.
The Hawaiian plate- love the macaroni salad with sushi ginger in it. Chicken tastes great too.
Our waitress noticed that my parents are from China and brought us chopsticks.
I'm from East Coast and this was my first in-n-out visit. Really impressed by the service, price, quality and cleanness here. Staff are always smiling and catering your needs. We had double double(protein style) and animal style fries. The ingredients were so fresh that I couldn't believe that I was eating in a chain fast food restaurant!
My only complain-the fries were really dry and not tasty.
Well, it looks pretty dead from outside. When we came in there was a private event going on but they quickly made a table for us. The menu looks like a red flag- they cook pretty much everything, Mexican, American, Italian and cannot-be-authentic Chinese.
Our waitress was very friendly, patient and a down-to-earth cute girl. Ordered plantains, tacos and Cuban salad, well, without too much expectation. Salad was simple but very fresh. The fish taco with a kick was AMAZING. The food tastes so good that I decided to order desert. Yummy flan.
Go check this place when you stay in Hawthorne. It is walking distance to several hotels (Holiday Express Inn on the other side of the street).
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