This is good basic pizza in a clean cheerful establishment on the waterfront. The pizza is a bit more expensive than other places, but not every pizza place is smack in the middle of the Old Port. Good view out the front. Good place to stop and chill out.
Look, a pizza joint is still a pizza joint. This is a pizza joint that sells all organic flat bread pizza. The pizza is expensive -- 14 to 18 dollars for a 10 to 12 inch. The cost of drinks is typical restaurant rates. The ambiance is hippie. The wait staff are just weird -- either they're trippy, or they have an attitude like "I'm too good for this job (of bringing a pizza to the table)", or they forget. I don't go here anymore because I don't need the attitude, and the pizza just isn't THAT good, but its fun on a whim if you've never been.
It's not a fancy place but it gets the job done effectively. The residents here, while they are able to stay here, are cared for appropriately. I am typing more here to fulfill the minimum entry requirements for the review.
Considering that this place is run by a religious organization, someone should be burning in hell. The units are consistently understaffed, and the staff are under trained, depressed and not very intelligent. Client "events" happen frequently, and if your family have to go to rehab here see if they wind up doing "arm-bike" therapy at $800 an hour. Your Medicare benefits will evaporate in no time. Take a walk-through, ignore the sales hype, and look long and clearly before you send your family there.
I went to purchase an item there, I won't say exactly what, and when I got home it was clear it had been used once and then repackaged. When I returned it to the store, the employee attempted to explain that the factory tests its new items "sometimes" and that the store does not "repackage". He couldn't explain why everything was ripped out of the plastic wrappers they were supposed to come in. That must be part of the testing process, I replied. They also have deceptive warranty plans on appliances.
Excellent communicator, clinician, diagnostician. Takes the time to figure out what's bothering you, and explains it to you in unhurried fashion. Gives you a choice when there is one. The best of all the physicians I see.
3.5 stars. Food quality is very good; well-prepared and not immersed in salt and grease. They have an excellent buffet and dessert / confection items. The cost is relatively less than other restaurants in the area. The establishment is somewhat rudimentary, but clean and bright. Located in a strip mall with adequate parking.
The establishment was dirty in terms of silverware, tables. The food was quite lousy -- overcooked, salty, greasy, gritty -- some of it tasted as if it had been sitting out for hours. One of our party became very ill after eating here. Not recommended.
My only grievance is the lo mein, and some of the meat dishes have a lot of salt, and probably MSG. Certain dishes can also be very greasy. Other than that, the menu selection is very good, and the food preparation quality is good to very good -- very fresh, and they give you a lot. Prices are average for Chinese restaurants. Very polite staff. We usually order take out so I can say anything about eating in.
Pleasant family style restaurant; food selection, service, prices, all good and as expected. They have take out, too, the quality of which is surprisingly good.