A very heartfelt thank you to you and your staff for making our Anniversary party extra special. The guests all agreed that you served the most delicious buffet and with a beautiful presentation.Thank you! 2017
My husband and I ate at the Briarhurst on our much delayed honeymoon. Hannah was our server, and we ate in the Clara room. It was all so lovely an…
Spam Musubi order is huge: 4-pieces so don't order it unless you plan of sharing or you are very hungry. Nicely done.The Loco Moco is why I came and it did not disappoint at all: rice, beef patties, gravy, fried eggs on top, pasta salad, and Kimchi. Yum!
I worked for them and it was horrible. Food tastes very vanilla and the owners are very mean people. Beth acts like there's a stick up her ass and Steve thinks he's funny but he's not. He's actually an asshole and rude, He can't handle pressure and overreacts on simple things.
Go and enjoy , Great owner , and cook some of the best food ever . good luck Jess I'm glad for you . Brad
Speak PigLatin for great foodColorado Springs Food Guy went to the PigLatin food truck at the Curbside Cuisine Downtown located at 225 N Nevada Ave., at the corner of Nevada Avenue and Platte Avenue in Colorado Springs. They are only open weekdays for lunch between 11am-2pm. I tried the Piggy Grilled Cheese and it was delicious. It melts in your mouth. The Piglatin Plate was also sampled. Although the rice and beans were a little bland for my taste, the marinated pork and sweet plantains were fantastic. However, the masterpiece was the Stacked Arepa. The marinated pulled pork was succulent, the corn tortilla was just the right texture to carry the pork and the mozzarella cheese however it was the sweet plantains that caused a flavor explosion. To top it off, the staff was super friendly, knowledgeable, and attentive. In the quest for good food, stop at the PigLatin food truck the next time you are downtown for lunch.Colorado Springs Food Guywww.ColoradoSpringsFoodGuy.com