WTF does "it's social" mean?
The catfish and chicken baskets were great, and the service is FAST...but the help had trouble explaining the menu and had to come back a couple of times to get the order straight. Questions were not answered well...are the big bags for one person...or two? Seems to be a language issue (fluency in English) among the staff...not all of them...just a couple
The place is small, crowded, and LOUD. Do they really need the annoying hip-hop music from the overhead sound system, or is that just to keep the staff energized? Of course, we did pick Mother's Day for our visit, so that may have had something to do with the ambiance. But the scene at the front door...the manager noisily arguing with an irate customer over surcharges on an order... didn't exactly help our digestion, either.
Bottom line: Good food...on the wrong day. Good place to chow down before a double feature (Japanese animation) at the Cedar Lee, which is why we were there. I would definitely go back...and give it a thumbs up, except for the shitty music.
And hell, yeah...Doug does need to go negative once in a while. He needs to go back out to West Park. He goes by the name of Mikey out there...he hates everything.
Chuckles the Clown
been here once. biscuits and gravy were the worst i think ive ever had. the biscuits were green and the sausage gravy was just inedible. freshstart was better
Does anyone know who the owner is?
Great review I thought it was perfectly written and agree with all the good in what you said and am glad to see others see it as a bit higher in price and it was not just me thinking that
I eat out almost everyday so I see a ton of places to eat and never at a chain
Southern cafe will be a great food place even at a bit higher price.
Why assume soul food should be cheap? The dishes are labor-intensive and unique in this part of town. This place is delicious and the prices are in the exact range of other new and trendy places.
i think dougs in it just to get free food. he never gives bad reviews anymore. we need an honest critique. boiling seafood , come on!!!
My wife is Chinese and went with a work colleague. You describe it well. For me it is more kitchen than restaurant. Instead of serving a pot of food in a plastic bag, why not just pour everything into a trough and we just bob for shrimp?
So happy that Chardon FINALLY has a high quality restaurant! Love the sushi as well! Kudos Chef!
The quality of the chicken went down with the cheesy corn. I was disappointed the last time I went.
the place sucks
Bring back BYOB!!!!!
"we haven't taken anything out, only added things" LIES
Bring back the porky potatoes!
We went to Nora for the 1st time this past Saturday night. 3 of the 4 of us enjoyed our meals but my husband ordered the Ossobuco because he LOVES marrow & was so disappointed. The marrow was great but the veal was over cooked, not charred but dry because it was over cooked. That's a real shame. He did not complain or send it back. We will give the restaurant another try. Our waitress couldn't have been nicer and we liked the atmosphere.
I was in Japan in November and visited the green tea growing regions around Kyoto. Great experience.
So it's only for the Facebook cult, or is there a weblink to purchase tickets?
The cover sandwich is Beet Jar's Bravocado.
Nothing compares to Citizen Pie.
Wow what an amazing article about ''just a pizza''. But this isn't about just a pizza, this is about George's pizza and it makes a very big difference. It's a pizza made from scratch, with fresh ingredients of which you can feel the flavor tickling your tongue and baked in real wooden fire. Is definitely the best one in Cleveland and if you haven't try it yet you don't know how real pizza is supposed to taste.
I knew there was oatmeal in Ireland's tasteless sausage. Part of a "full Irish breakfast" Runny broiled tomatoes, tastless baked beans, black pudding that no one eats , two overcooked pidgeon eggs and a potato of sorts. People would starve until lunch if it wasn't for the crusty bread.
Bob Evans needs open some franchises there, add a few pints and all would be good in the Emerald Isle.
July 20-26, 2016
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