Submitted Tuesday, November 22, 2011 - 12:09pm [Dine in]
I don't get the few other negative reviews. I've had nothing but good experiences in the two times I've been there, and plan to go back. Friendly owners, fresh meat and veggies and a healthy portion for the price. I've only been there twice, but, as I work in the area and like fresh healthy choices it's a good lunch solution. I've been to the Middle East, and I find the food very authentic as far as flavor profiles go.
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Absolustely the worst chinese food every, in any city, at any time.
Submitted Sunday, August 22, 2010 - 10:31am [Dine in]
Please, do not go there if you value your stomach. First of all the place was very dirty. It looked like a rec room of some 1970's Surrey split level. Junk was not put away, it was horrible. But we were still hopeful, as we were hungry.
Big mistake. Although we had one entree that was passable, the dim sum we ordered off the menu was cold, inedible, (thawed from some frozen store-bought entree) and after we passed on that, and ate somewhat edible noodles were we ordered, we left, worried and still hungry.
Worried that we might get food poisoning.
Please, clean this place up and show a little respect for the cuisine, people!
Never going back.
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Submitted Thursday, August 20, 2009 - 7:57pm [Dine in]
This week was interesting, as we ate at two "favorited" restaurants and had two completely different experiences. I'm going to only speak of the wonderful service, and delicious schnitzels that we had at Elizabeths. We both had starters (escargot, and crab cake) The presentation on the crab cake was the most beautiful I've seen for this particular appetizer, and if in the future I'm just looking for a very light meal, that's what I'm having again. We both ordered schnitzel (two different kinds, one with crab and asparagus, with hollandaise, and mine was plain). We have travelled fairly extensively, and this particuar schnitzel could have come right out of Salzburg. The decor may be dated, but it is reminiscent of what we seen in older restaurants in Northern Italy, Germany and Austria. To re-create this type of interior design would be pretty expensive. I notice newer "hipster" restaurants use a much less expensive but funkier decor.
We eaten here several times, and have never had less than impeccable service from any of the serve staff. They have been attentive, without being in your face, friendly without being overbearing. It is a type of service that is lacking in some of the more trendier restaurants.
I recommend this restaurant. It never ceases to show me consistent quality cuisine, service and hospitality.
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