Stopped in for lunch and enjoyed everything. Had a little wait, but worth the wait. Server was nice and the food was good!
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Very accommodating, the people at Wild Donkey. A sunny warm day in May, and our hosts were able to park their little doggie under our patio table. Too much sun? We got an additional umbrella. Not sure which wine? Have a taste on us. And...More
For once an American restaurant that serves interesting food in sensible portions for a reasonable price, without bombarding the diner with offers of side dishes etc. We were promised interesting fusion cookery, and that was just what we got. Excellent - we would definitely advise...More
Decided to try out this place based on Tripadvisor ratings. Small, cozy place in downtown. We did call ahead since there were 14 in our group. We were immediately seated in the middle of the restaurant. The ladies including owner were very friendly and inviting....More
First,I must say I am not an adventurous eater. I am leery of spices and ingredients I don't recognize. For a person such as me, this is not the place to go. However, if you like variety and spices, this IS the place to go....More
I had the Vegetarian Souvlaki, which is supposed to be broiled mushrooms, bell peppers and tofu in a pita. It actually was a white flour pita with lettuce, runny yogurt, and raw tofu. For $10. There were zero peppers. If they were out of peppers,...More
Cute, cozy, Very good food and nice atmosphere! Mediterranean and Mexican cuisine, fresh ingredients, and tastefully prepared :p'
This was the best "lasagna" I have ever had. It was a cross between lasagna and desert... I could eat this every night forever!!! The baklava with vanilla bean ice cream, for desert, was just amazing. Can't say enough about this place. The service was...More