It's OK but ultimatly the food was bland,needs more seasoning and flavor. * A+ to F- Scale A+=Excellent,C=Standard,F- =Repulsive My opinion (Would not denigrate another person's hard work,food industry is hardest.), Quality: C-, ingredient's in Lana roll were little better than expected,curry puffs were low quality almost zero flavor. Salad was cheap iceberg lettuce with carrot shreddings,poorly matched peanut sauce,much more spices needed. Uniqueness: My first Thai restaurant. Convenience: C,Hours should be extended to 11:00 p.m. Service: C-, No utensils or napkins with my take away food.Difficult to understand servers elaborate menu options though they spoke English,I need to know what I am eating. Ambience: A,impressed well done. Presentation:B,I do enjoy eye appeal with my meal,makes food some how more pleasurable. Quantity: C,Plenty of menu options,sampler option would be popular, descriptions need to be present on all menu options and susinct. Price: D+, $4.50 for 1 standard 12oz bottle is not toleratable even if it is foreign beer.
420 W Kennedy BlvdTampa, FL 33606
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Finally! German food comes to South Tampa. I've been eating at the German Bistro since they opened their doors just a few short months ago. The food is fantastic and the prices reasonable. The owners and staff are extremely friendly and make you feel at home from the time you walk through the door. The German music in the background leaves me longing for my childhood days spent at Grandma's house and the aroma coming from the kitchen just reinforces the memories. Although I usually order the Jaegerschnitzel, Bratwurst or Knockwurst, the Rouladen, Leberkaes and Schweinsbraten are especially good. Their sauerkraut is to die for! I think they somehow got my Grandmother's recipe for their German potato salad as it is right on the mark. Breakfast items are mostly traditional American with a German twist. The breakfast potatoes with peppers and onions are wonderful. Pair them up with a good old fashion Bratwurst and you can't go wrong. A wonderful eating experience in all and I will continue to frequent this establishment as I never tire of delicious German food.
Full disclosure: While I am not employed by, do not invest in, or have relatives who work there, however, I eat at Gladstone's a LOT so you may consider me predjudiced The flavorful, flame-grilled chicken from Gladstone's is the best-tasting chicken in the bay area, particularly in the category of grilled/rotisserie chicken. The chicken is butterflied, marinated, then grilled to perfection. While there are a lot more locations for Ya-Ya's, Gladstone's beats Ya-Ya hands down. Personally I would rather have Publix rotisserie chicken over Ya-Ya, but there is NOTHING to compare to a Gladstone's chicken. Since I moved to Saint Petersburg from Temple Terrace, I have not been able to get enough Gladstones. My only complaint is there is no Gladstones in the area of Saint Petersburg around 38th ave N and 4th St which would be a perfect location. I cannot be driving to Temple Terrace all the time! Please open a new franchise...PLEASE! Michael Barnett, Saint Petersburg, FL