the first time we went the experience and food was great. my husband and i went to go again for valentines days round lunch and dinner, needless to say i had better experience and food at starbucks this time. atmosphere was good n clean. the hostess guy was great and seated us where we last ate before unknowingly which that was good. waitress was nice and too timely but we felt really rushed to eat and i hate that esp it being a holiday. felt like it was her last shift and she wanted to get out of there or something. anyways i ordered the lime chicken. just looking at it the chicken was a lil bit burnt with greasy caked cheese(like u see on a pizza) on top with lil portion of dried out stuck together rice. chicken was tender and moist despite it being a lil burnt on one side. the rice was so dried out i had to ask for some salsa to get it moist so i could eat it. appetizer was the swt n spicy chicken that was good. my husband had the pork ribs which was yummy and tender but a different cut than we were used to. dessert was the cheesecake shots which was good for the price. i would of said something but i hate getting into a confrontation for fear of someone ruining my food again or i would have to pay more for something they messed up..
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The first time I went to Mimi's, I ordered the pot roast. It was real good, but later that night, it started to repeat on me. Sorry. Gave it another chance and went back another night and had the port chops. Something was not quite right about them. I prefer Cracker Barrel's pork chops. The roasted potatoes at Mimi's were out of this world delicious. A friend ordered liver and onions and liked it. The hot bread was very good. All in all, I'd try it one more time. Other people seem to rave about this place. The prices were in the $15 - $20 range. They offer very generous portions. You could easily split a dinner and have more than enough. The salad was very fresh and very good.
Eating well prepared food is a pleasure. Small, noisy, too busy, and tables are squeezed on top of each other. But who cares! The quality of the food is great. The presentation and preparation is even better. Calamai in a Taco shell, yeah it'sdifferent and it works. Everything is presented very well and the tastes are outstanding. My biggest problem is that the folks I've told about this restuarant are telling their friends and getting in without a wait time is rare. Worth the wait, noise and etc. Reminds me of some of the better Washington and New York restaruants.