December 27, 2003
There are no menus at this restaurant, rather you pay $10 for a meal token and the cooks will serve you a plate full of the evening's fare. Each night has a theme: Guatemalan, Italian, American, etc. The food is flavorful and the tea selection perfectly complements the food like you'd expect from a fine wine. Second helpings are free and desserts are available for purchase. The atmosphere is laid-back and simple with cloth napkins and natural wood tables of various sizes to accommodate any size group. I recommend this restaurant to anyone who enjoys flavorful meals and a comfortable "mom's house" atmosphere.
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