Outstanding service. Even though I was by myself they seated me at a nice booth instead of putting me at the smaller tables on the other side. The Tom Kha soup was outstanding. I wished I'd ordered a full serving instead of a half serving. The Phad Thai was ho hum.
We came in right before closing last night for dinner. Oops, we didn't realize it was so late. I ordered the Carne Asada tacos and my sister got the Arroz Campayo (spelling is a guess). Mine was delicious, just a bit of a spicy bit to the flavor. My sister raved about her chicken dish. It was a huge serving - and scrumptious.
The nice folks at Sammamish Valley Cycle let us have a biking nutrition class and bike maintenance class at their place of business after regular hours. Very kind of them. We learned the 'right' way to clean a bike, what to check before doing a ride, and cleaning/lubing the chain. All good stuff for novice and medium riders. They were very helpful in answering questions, we had lots about saddles and clips. A big stock, so lots of variety.
Convenient location to where I work, helpful people and great service. They provide a variety of mailbox services.
They serve up a fresh baked piece of bread and butter when you come in the door. Warm. Yumm. Sometimes I'm so full I don't feel the need to buy a loaf, but then I remember that I want that good healthy bread at home. I especially love the apple bread - I keep thinking I should make french toast with it.
The burgers are great, and there is a place to sit inside (not the case with all the burger joints). I like the chicken burger and the shakes are delicious. At lunch time, when it is busy, the place is hopping and the help is friendly.
Yummmy, great burgers. They cook the burgers after they are ordered and use real lettuce and tomatoes. If you want a special order, let them know. My husband prefers their bacon burger, I like their mushroom swiss burger. They also have chicken burgers (not grilled, batter dipped chicken), mini-corn dogs, fried mushrooms, onion rings, fries and real shakes. There are a couple of stools against a counter, and a couple of tables outside, but most folks take their burgers to go or eat in their cars.
I got started by watching one of their big twice annual shows. Performing were little kids all the way to middle aged adults, I was impressed and decided to go to the open house. I signed up and have spent the last year learning some basic tap moves. All of the instructors are great, but I enjoy Miss Melba's style and stories the most. The studio also has Zumba and other styles of dancing as well.
My husband ordered the chicken kastu and mongolian beef combo, I ordered the chicken and beef teriyaki combo. Both came with rice and salad. Mine also had potstickers and a spring roll. For under $20 we got enough for lunch and dinner.
Everything they cook is delicious. Their stirfrys are also great. They have both pepsi (on tap) and coke (bottles), showing they work hard to make their customers happy.
The food is excellent and reasonably priced. The buffet was busy, but no line. It appeared most of the clientele was made up of locals who know a good thing. The night we were there I ate roast beef and turkey. They had crab and shrimp (which I didn't try, but my husband said was great) as well as pizza. I didn't waste the stomach space on breads or vegetables, but there was a variety of both. My husband I shared a variety of deserts, each a small serving, and they were very good.