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Great service. Big portions. A little bit on the high pricy side. Don't worry about it. The food tastes really good. Come with an empty stomach. Bring extra money.
I ordered the ribs. Wonderful. Prepared well. Tasty, moist, and the ribs messes your hands. Request extra napkins. My sides were bread, coleslaw, and French Fries. An example of great service is I waited for my fries for a long time. The server gave me my fries the size of an appetizer order. I shared my fries with my friends.
I order a waffle dish the next time I eat at the restaurant.
If I commit myself to a lifetime ban on fast food burgers except In-N-Out Burger, then I eat at Roam Artisan Burgers. Their burgers are 100% grass-fed beef. Customers can create your own burger like The Counter.
There's no waiter service. Customers look at a menu on the wall. Next, they walk to the cashier to order their meal. The cashier gives the customers a metal stand with a number. Finally, they find a place to sit in an open free seating area. A worker delivers your order from the kitchen by finding your number on your table.
There are no brand name sodas. The drinks are made in-house. +1 star. However, they serve bottled sodas.
An old time restaurant which serves hamburgers and hot dogs the old fashioned way. Wonderful and fantastic! Forget the McDonalds and Jack In The Box blocks away. Eat your burger and fries at Happy Hound. I recommend light on the onion for your burger. I also recommend a burger and a hot dog for those who don't want to eat deep fried food like fries, lol. They fill you up well. However, the fries are good, too. Sodas are refillable for dining-in.
Read the menu carefully. The top items on the left side are hot dogs. The middle and below on the left side are hamburgers.
Have you ever driven by, walked by, jogged by, or biked by a restaurant for years and years such that you never ate there? Harry Hofbrau is one of them. I had never known what Harry Hofbrau was. I thought it was a buffet. The restaurant is next to Garden City. Perhaps some people are confused the restaurant is connected to Garden City for something else. I was confused. Anyways, I set the record straight.
Harry Hofbrau is a sit-down, cafeteria style restaurant. The food is not cafeteria style. Ordering your food is cafeteria style. The menu is along the back wall with the prices and daily specials. Customers walk up to the counter to tell the chefs your order. The chefs prepare your order in front of you. The plate is moved along each station with another chef asking what other foods you want. Customers order drinks before the cashier. The customers finished order is covered to keep the food warm.
The prices are reasonably on the high side. You get huge portions on your meat. I ordered the ham which covered my entire plate. My side orders were vegetables, mashed potatoes, and a roll. My one complaint is the side order portions were small. The small side order portions are good for those on a strict protein diet.
The seating area is big and open. Customers can sit anywhere. I'm not sure drinks are refillable. My guess is yes because the glass size for sodas is small. There's a bar for alcoholic drinks.
Have you ever driven by, walked by, jogged by, or biked by a restaurant for years and years such that you never ate there? Ringer Hut is one of them. My knowledge of Ringer Hut was an expensive menu. The Japanese food was not worth the price. I was wrong.
My friends have eaten at Ringer Hut a few times in a long span. They invited me one Fri night to try for the first time. It's a decent restaurant. The menu is very reasonable. The food quality is at par with the prices.
Service is good. The staff shows their enthusiasm working at Ringer Hut. I hope the management treats the cooks and wait staff well.
My friends and I eat at Ringer Hut frequently. I recommend eating here. My friends and I recommend anything except bentos and ramen. I see friends, families, and couples. Don't expect five star food. Ringer Hut is a three star restaurant worth your time and money. The restaurant earns my business.
One positive is friendly service. One of the best friendly serviced restaurants I ate. The restaurant must train their staff well. Another positive is eating during happy hours. Prices are lowered during happy hours. I think each Gyu-Kaku has different hours. Check with your nearest restaurant. And the last positive is good and delicious food customers cook themselves.
Explain how customers cook themselves. Customers are seated and given menus. The menu includes the meats and vegetables both serve uncooked. The customer grills their uncooked orders at a cooking device located at the center of each table. The best part eating at Gyu-Kaku is cooking your order. Rice is unlimited. Customers must request more rice from their server. Servers replace burned grills with new grills routinely.
The negative is the prices. I highly recommend eating during their happy hours for lower prices. The portions are small. The prices add up fast when customers order additional portions after their initial order.
I highly recommend the spinach and the corn for the vegetables. All of the meats are money in the bag. Customers are satisfied.
A group of friends, new people I met for the first time, and I ate at Izumiya for an afternoon event. It was the first time I ate Okonomiyaki. Delicious. The Japanese pancake includes a variety of ingredients. There are many choices. Okonomiyaki means "what do you like cooked".
Service was friendly. Portions were good. The seating area is small. It can be cramped during busy hours. I suggest ordering a combo meal that includes a side dish. My side dish was Gyoza or pot stickers.
Ruby Thai is a typical restaurant in a food court mall. The price is cheap. The portion is good. The taste is okay. The food prepared in front looked unappealing to me. I made the correct choice ordering from their kitchen. I ordered the Pad See Ew noodles prepared Americanized.
Pieology Pizzeria is a different restaurant to eat pizza. It's a fast food restaurant which tastes good. The customer lines up to order their pizza starting with the crust, sauce, and spice. The next station the customer asks for type of cheese. The last station is toppings. It was the first time I experienced ordering my personal pizza as if I was ordering a burrito at Chiptole. The pizza is heated in the oven while the customer pays for their order. Your name is asked before the pizza enters the oven. Drinks are self-serve.
The customer finds an open seat continuing to wait for the pizza to be delivered. A worker delivers your pizza calling out your name to tables and chairs without pizzas.
The pizza tastes good. It's a good pizza like a Round Table. There's nothing special. The price is $7.95. Expect long lines during peak hours.
My friend and I were searching for American food for lunch. I was driving and he was searching on his phone. We were on Northbound 880 near Milpitas. He found Mil's Diner. American food, diner food, and reasonable prices. I approved his choice.
Very good choice. The food was good. I ordered bacon, scrambled eggs, hash browns, and pancakes; in particular, the bacon was crispy with a burnt side. My friend ordered an omelet. The portions were big. The prices were good. It seemed we got more than we expected.
Service was good. The interior of the restaurant is like I'm in the 1970s. No need for fancy decorations or modern paint. Come for the food and service.
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