it's a much nicer bakery than most people are used to when they think of asian bakeries. they have this really tasty sponge cake with these crunchy, flaky layers nudged in between the pieces of cake with cream. the other little pastries are okay and the cakes are not bad.
the service is alright and its never too crowded. the plate sizes are medium and the food tastes okay. its at the heart of old town however and is near starbucks, barnes and noble, and urban.
the food is okay, depending on what you order. they have this really good bread/pastry thing which i think is an appetizer. its really really tasty and you typically dip into one of your curry dishes.
the fries are decent along with the other sandwiches, but i would really recommend their "famous" chicken sandwich. its really delicious and filling. unfortunately, it takes forever to get your order so i would advise calling ahead of time.
i've been here to get the carne asada fries which are pretty good. however, the place is kind of ghetto and shabby. i'd recommend using the drive thru. also, its open 24 hours. just your typical mexican hole in the wall type of place.
i've had their chicken & waffles which is alright. i think the red velvet cake with cream cheese frosting was probably the highlight though. the place seems pretty empty, thus making the service pretty good.
personally, the only people i knew that went here were teachers from marguerita because it was the closest place they could stop by during lunch. the sandwiches aren't fresh and they just aren't that great.
the wait is really long on friday/saturday nights but the food really makes up for. the service is okay, but there are so many people that its hard for you to get the full attention of your waiter sometimes. the pizza is delicious and the pasta bolognese is super yummy. the bolognese is simple, but it truly tastes delicious.
the sushi's okay if you're just craving some but you can really find much better sushi in l.a. and san diego. the prices are okay and the service is alright. honestly though, you can find much better sushi at other restaurants.
the place is actually an old family-owned joint that's been there for years. the bread is just typical french bread- they decided not to jump on the bandwagon to make baguettes. however, the chicken inside the chicken sandwiches is actually pretty good. the male owner of the store is kind of a douchebag. after having mr. baguette, you probably won't enjoy this place.