I ordered a hamburger with pickle & onion. She asked if I wanted cheese & mayo. The hamburger was okay but I was served mayo anyway.
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I stopped in for breakfast after getting off the ferry, I looked into the kitchen and saw a man that didn't seem too happy. I sat down and the cook came out to hand me a menu, no greeting, no smile, just "do you want...More
We went there several times for breakfast. One guy, i think the owner, was doing everything. Someone else came in later in the morning. So service was a bit slow but he did his best. Food was just like you'd cook in your own kitchen....More
My daughter ordered fried rice which she loved, but it was way too spicy for me. My sister ordered a bacon lettuce tomato which she didn’t like. This is a tiny mom & pop joint that’s good for quick food, not for someone who is...More
Service was horrible. The lady actually told me teenage son the chili was too spicy for him and wouldn't let him order it. Who are you to know the spice level my kid can handle??? Service was very slow. We were never even offered refills...More
Wide range of choices, all made from scratch by the owner, chef, chief cook and bottle washer, who is a delightful soul. Service is a bit slow because owner runs it by himself most days, but it is a comfortable corner place with windows to...More
I enjoyed the location on the water very much--it's just average food, photocopy pictures posted on the window.
Nestled on a corner of Water Street, the Lighthouse offers a nice view. However the ambiance reflects the low prices. The food is certainly adequate and a bargain for the price. Not a fine dining restaurant, but it doesn't pretend to be that, either. All...More
Clean premises and simple down home style food. Our only complaint was that our server was very uptight and made us feel unwelcome. He showed us a table and said he was busy and would be back. He came back once to see if we...More
The noodle chicken soup is spicy and flavorful - call ahead or plan for some extra time as it takes a while to prepare, but totally worth the wait. Way better than the local Pho, in a funky diner. Ambiance is a little lacking so...More