The food is good, however dont bother with the "happy hour" bar appetizers. They were cold, small and unedible. People should know better than to order sliders and pizza at a sushi place, but come on. The rolls are all pretty basic, nothing too imaginative here. But for yuppy pedestrian "sushi" this place wins. At night we saw plenty of younger 21-28 year olds who thought it was cosmo to be seen at the Kona, even though the most they would spend is $10 for a couple beers and then slam it on a debit card... laughable really. The management is top notch, the bartenders have no personality. They seemed to be too occupied with texting and chatting to each other about who is doing whom, and what the plans were for after work (which I heard everything). So all in all, its not bad. Just watch out of the 22 year olds who think that wearing izod from 4 seasons ago and putting two beers on a debit card makes them cosmo. -Charles Xavier
The atmosphere was casual and welcoming. Really a nice looking and clean place. The wait staff was nice but maybe a little under staffed that day. I had the buffalo chicken wrap with fries. The chicken wrap was good after I asked for extra buffalo sauce to add some flavor. Fries were really good and food came out hot. I'm not sure why but our waitress did not bring all the meals out together. My sister had to wait several extra minutes for her sandwich (we had a party of 4). My 3 year old ate most of her chicken strips with fries so I think she was satisfied with the meal. I would go there again if invited but not on the top of my list.
I was very impressed with the food at Twisted Fork, and I was even more impressed that I was able to afford my meal. Upon entering I immediately noticed the cross between rustic and contemporary styles. Very open and yet very intimate, the general manager Aldo was very nice and very appreciative of our patronage. He was very professional and very eager to assist and make sure the customers were taken care of. All in all I will be returning again.