Bill Price 
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Re: “Vino Burgerz

The menu reads amazing, it just doesn't get executed. All of the burgers ordered by my party should have been delicious purely based on the description but turned out to be mediocre. Unfortunately the fries are the highlight. The atmosphere is a little lacking and the laminate floor makes it seem more like a cafeteria. If the food was good the atmosphere could be excused, but that's not the case. Our service on the other hand was very good. I think a shake up in the kitchen and perhaps a change in bread suppliers could make a big difference here.

2 of 2 people like this.
Posted by Bill Price on March 16, 2012 at 9:00 AM

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Re: “How to make Leon's fried chicken sammie at home

Bizarrely passionate negative reactions to an article describing how to fry chicken.

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Posted by Bill Price on August 11, 2016 at 5:15 PM

Re: “CO

My girlfriend and I walked over on a prime Saturday evening around 8:00pm. We had a short 10-15 minute wait but were able to sit at the bar and we both got drinks. The bartender was both knowledgeable and attentive. I tried the CO Singapore sling which was better then average. If there are no seats available at the bar then you have to kind of awkwardly wait against a wall behind the people sitting at the bar. After our brief wait we were seated at the top of the stairs. Overall they have a number of small 2 top tables for couples, 1 small section of couch seating maybe for 4-5 people and a number of community tables which is probably why people don't ever seem of have to wait very long despite the restaurant being busy.

We started with the pork and ginger gyoza ($5) and the crispy pork and crab spring rolls ($6) which were both phenomenal. The dumplings were some of the best in town and the spring rolls were crispy, delicious and not the least bit greasy.

For our entrees I ordered the beef pho ($12) and my girlfriend ordered the pad thai ($14). The pho came out steaming hot with perfectly rare beef slices. It was well seasoned and came with a side of sriarcha like chili sauce to spice it up a little if desired. The pad thai was on par with Basil's. I think they're both delicious and I wouldn't be able to pick one over the other.

The only sour spot was the service. Our server was very rude, dismissive and inattentive. I thought that perhaps this was an isolated incident however the table beside of ours was having a similar experience with a different server. I was a little disappointed because in my opinion having excellent food is usually the hard part, having a friendly well managed staff should be the easy part.

Overall the food was wonderful and I will definitely go back even if its just for takeout!

1 of 1 people like this.
Posted by Bill Price on June 14, 2012 at 2:39 PM
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