I've had brunch here 3 times and highly recommend it. Interesting menu options, and perfectly cooked eggs and crispy potatoes. Pork belly Benedict had a nice portion of meat (though the collards were a bit strong tasting), Garden omelette has tons of fresh veggies, and I loved the Bubble and Squeak. Bonus: free parking.
The ramen is so very very good, and the sushi we had tasted fresh. Service was spot on; the only downside for me is the space is a little "cold" feeling; can't quite put my finger on it. I guess I would consider this place as a quick stop and not one where I would linger for a long time.
I don't usually like to review a place after only one visit, but as I won't be going back, here I go.
Funky "dinerette" kind of space. It's tough finding decent Chinese in So Minneapolis, so I was hopeful. Sadly the food was really oily and lacked any flavor. Huge portions though, so that's something.
The food is really just OK; nothing really stood out for me wanting to try it again. Went for breakfast and had three items; the Benedict on a potato pancake was pretty nice, but the eggs were so undercooked the whites were runny. The knish was good, but nothing fab, and while the corned beef hash was flavorful and ample, it was truly dry.
Service was quick and friendly, and they have freshly squeezed juices.
Cheese, cheese, everywhere. They do not skimp.
Old school red sauce; pretty tasty. The meatballs are so-so; a bit rubbery for my taste.
Try the stuffed shells, they are made in house and the ricotta filling had a great fresh taste. Word of warning; the lasagna is not made in house - some kind of restaurant supply product (I had ordered it, the waitress said they were out "as they were between suppliers").
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