Submitted Tuesday, February 20, 2007 - 11:39am [Dine in]
Went for lunch with friends to Crisp. Great service from the moment we entered. Two of us had wraps and one had a regular cobb salad. Not one of us were able to finish our meal. The cobb wrap was great and I was able to substitute tomatoes for extra bacon no problem. Tried my friend's chicken caesar wrap, really good and not too "saucy". Salad's come with parmesan bagel crisps - much nicer than croutons.
The restaurant is clean and vibrant. Modern decor with original art for sale on the walls. I liked that you can create your own salad or select one of the chef's creations. Also you can substitute ingredients (ie. tomatoes for extra bacon).
Great spot for fresh, hearty salads. They have soups too but none of us tried them (yet).
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Submitted Monday, February 12, 2007 - 12:46pm [Dine in]
Went to Seb's for lunch with two other people. I had seen good reviews of the place and kept meaning to try it. Got the chance as we were driving by and didn't see any lines.
Walked in and two staff noticed us (made eye contact) but no greeting or verbal acknowledgement. Finally we sat ourselves.
Waited about 5 mins until someone noticed we didn't have any menus. They were prompt about taking our order a few minutes later.
I had the bacon and apple omlette. Very good and the right size with small portion of panfried potatoes, good selection of fruit (strawberries, cantalope, watermelon, pineapple and dragonfruit), and toast with preserves. Other two meals were the eggs benny with ham and a bacon and tomato sandwich. Both said they were good.
No one came to refill water glasses or ask if we needed anything else. We had to flag staff down to get the bill.
Overall good food but poor service. I wouldn't go out of my way to eat here but if you are in the area it's worth a try.
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