When my friend told me about the concept of this place, I ratcheted down my expectations. Well, there is no need to do that.
We both started with lentil soup, which was rich and tasty. Our entrees were braised beef & carrots and a Cajun-style catfish dish. The beef was so tender it nearly melted in my mouth. The Cajun dish was very well executed and has a bit of kick to it.
For dessert I ordered butterscotch pudding, an old childhood favorite that I hadn't had in many years. This was worth the wait. My friend got Pouding Malva. I don't know what that is, but he gave me a bite and it was just faboo. I was too busy enjoying it to try to figure out how they make it.
You might have to watch your very pleasant, eager-to-please volunteer server struggle with the corkscrew or remind her that you need an extra spoon for your dessert, but if that's the sort of thing that bothers you, then maybe you should stay home, make yourself a baloney sandwich and complain about the government. If you like great food, courteous service and nice music in the background, then check this place out!
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