Awesome menue and food. Great service
We did not have a good experience here. We live close by so we thought we would give it a try for dinner. It started off promising as we settled in on the peaceful patio. We ordered chips and salsa and the salsa was a consistency that neither of us have ever seen in our lives - slimey, kind of like jam. The fajitas and tortillas were completely greasy, and fish and chips were soggy and mushy under the extremely fried exterior. There was an enormous external private party in the event space (taking up all the parking for the older folks who live at Windsor gardens) and halfway through our meal the patio became a playground for 10+ loud children from the event playing tag. My toddler son insisted on joining in and immediately got hurt amongst the chaos. We only got comped $4.99 after our valid complaints. No one seemed to care about how bad the experience was for us or the one other brave table on the patio. I feel bad for the residents of Windsor gardens, I wish they had a nice restaurant to go to.
Kid-friendliness: Not kid friendly Parking: Minimal disabled spaces for 55+ community Wheelchair accessibility: Community is wheelchair accessible
Inconsistent. In the past week I have had dinner twice. 1st time I ordered pot roast. Covered with gravy to hide the fat. Vegetables served at room temperature and raw. On the patio with 8 to 10 kids running and screaming with no parental oversight, as they were inside in the banquet room. Attempts were made by the owner to no avail, until the parents were made aware that this was unacceptable. 2nd dinner was slightly better but still not great. Fish and chips ordered. 2 small pieces of fish that looked larger than they really were because there was a "tail" of breading. The French fries are undercooked. My coleslaw and tartar sauce were served together on a small dish. When I asked the waitress to separate them so they could be eaten not mixing the two, she walked away and never came back. The person next to me was served appropriately with larger pieces of fish and tartar sauce and coleslaw in separate dishes. No care by the kitchen for consistency. All of this is just common sense. But I guess common sense is not very common. BTW the restaurant was not busy on either of these occasions.