First of all, I'm just blown away by this business idea. Unlimited fro yo, unlimited toppings, and you pay by weight. So it's up to you how much you pay and how delicious it is. On my first visit, I freaked out and got everything I like in one bowl. The combination was... interesting. My second visit, I exercised some self-control and got things that actually taste good together!
I love Sprinkles. I wouldn't go anywhere else for frozen yogurt!
I tried to get a table for two and had to wait an exceptionally long time--I think the host forgot about us. Then the food itself took ages to get there, and wasn't near good enough for what they charge.
Also, I'm a little disturbed by the absence of PENNE on their menu. Anyone else?
They deliver fast, but I have a feeling they're not so attentive at this place. I'm a vegetarian, and I ordered tofu, but I found not one but TWO different kinds of meat snuck in with my food--pork and chicken. Wake up, China Inn!
This place always has speedy delivery, and brings you lots and lots of delicious food. My favorite is the General Tso's tofu! I could eat nothing but that for weeks.
This place just opened on my campus and my friends and I all went out to celebrate the end of term. Some of my friends complained about the high prices, but they shut their mouths when the food came out. It was fantastic. The guys who got ribs were amazed at how it literally fell off the bone. I stuck with the spinach salad, which was just delicious.
The beer-battered french fries are killer, served with ketchup, Old Bay seasoning and melted American cheese sauce.
All in all, it was a great experience and we can't wait to go back!
I love the quiche and tomato basil soup the best. When I do order off the menu, it's always good, but I prefer to go through the line. Very good French cuisine.
(I love to finish everything off with a chocolate croissant, my guilty pleasure!)
This place was great. It was my boyfriend's first time eating Thai food, so I'm very glad we found this place and he got a good first impression.
There are so many options on the menu for both vegetarians and omnivores. I ordered the lemongrass tofu, and he got the cashew chicken. We both enjoyed our food very much.
They sat us upstairs, too, which was really nice and very comfortable. Next time I'm in Washington I hope to eat here again!
I don't care how far away it is--this place has vegetarian pho, which I can't find anywhere! It's absolutely fabulous and worth the drive.
I love going here! It's so much fun to make our bowls and sauces and watch them cook it for you. And there's a sense of accomplishment when you take the first bite and know you made that!
The food was pretty good and there was lots of it. Worth the price, for sure. I got a giant creme brulee.
It's in a great location on the Avenue of the Arts, so it's the perfect place to go when you're seeing a show!