Large enough, just sweet enough and just flaky enough. Delicious, except if you like overly sweet stuff then this might not cut it. $1.35 a tart as of this review. Quite expensive, but worth it. If you're stuck on parking, just drop someone off to line up to order the egg tarts and wait on the one way...more
Great decor - very old school and felt iconic. Family seating, so don't be shy and share your table with the other groups of tourists who also came to try their Irish coffee. Speaking of their Irish coffee, they are so good at making it that it comes out quickly and hot. It was my first time drinking...more
These sandwiches definitely leave an impression! Garlicky pesto sauce, meat piled high and on a delicious Dutch Crunch bread. Long lines well worth the wait and price for a sandwich that could feed 2-3 people easy!
Decent beer, decent food. Awesome 'stamp' program though - drink all the drinks on the card during that month and get a souvenir glass! You need to have ALL of your group there in order to be seated in the dining area. So although we got there relatively early, we ended up sitting at the bar for...more
Only had the opportunity to sit at their bar and order a couple beers. Alright service (the staff was a bit on the chatty side amongst themselves). Closed out the tab and was out. Food looked standard. Nothing spectacular. Great location on the pier though....more
Definitely a once in a lifetime experience, but thats probably it. The Bagna Calda was delicious! For those who don't know, they have garlic cloves in olive oil and cooked/roasted until the garlic cloves was a butter softness and easily spreadable on their cheese baked breads. My friends and I...more
For a super small bar, service was SO SLOW. Could barely get the attention of the staff to close out our tab. For serving $13 truffle popcorn, the popcorn was stale and cold. For a supposedly 'upscale' bar, the waitress spilled one of our drinks, but offered to replace it. If you want truffle...more