I had the $14.99 meatloaf expecting it to be home made, it was very dense much like compressed dog food out of a can, it tasted terrible, it was covered with ALOT of brown gravy which was tasteless, the mashed potatoes were instant and definitely not real mashed potatoes. My mother and girlfriend each had a hamburger, the hamburgers were way over cooked and really DRY, and were served with frozen french fries of course.
The restaurant is dirty, service was slow...Go to the Pine Country Restaurant instead, great food and prices..you will be glad you did.
Best advice I can give is to go to another restaurant. I was charged $11.00 for bacon hashbrowns, and toast. I told the waiter that I can not eat eggs, so I wanted their eggs, bacon, and hashbrowns breakfast, but hold the eggs and just bring me an extra side of bacon. When I got my bill, I was charged individually for each item. They actually charged me $2.75 for toast. I questioned the bill, and I was told by the cashier and waiter the owner filled out the bill. Along with my wife s three scrambled eggs, my bill came out to $21.83. I asked to speak to the owner, but he would not come to the register. I had to go because I had to catch the train to the Grand Canyon, so I just paid the bill. Several other good restaurants in town, best to go to one of them.
This was the worst restaurant I have eaten at. We were staying in Williams while visiting the Grand Canyon and wanted to find a good place to eat. We stopped here because we looked online and saw that they had Greek food which we were excited about. The place was empty and the owner talked to us for at least two hours. We just wanted to get in and get out but he sat down next to us and continued to ask questions and go on and on even while we were eating our food.This wouldn't be nearly as bad if the food was decent but it wasn't. It tasted bland and cheap. The ingredients were not fresh and the chicken in the gyros was made of gristle. This wouldn't be so bad if the food was inexpensive, but it came to $31 for two people.
I would never go back to this restaurant. I would rather just eat snacks from a gas station for dinner than eat at this place. I am suspicious of the few positive reviews that exist. If the owner is the one making up these fake positive reviews, he should think about improving the quality of food and prices instead.
We both had the gyro plater, with greek salad, and shoestring fries, and it was wonderful. To our surprise, we received a homemade vegetable soup, as well. YUM! They serve greek wine, so that's what I had. My spouse just had a Pepsi. My hub asked about the music playing, which was traditional Greek. The music was soft, but enjoyed when you could hear it.
The kids menu was the usual. My kids had the big chicken strips with fries. We asked for cottage cheese, instead, and the owner said he doesn't carry it because it doesn't move. bummer. They offered us an old Graco highchair, not the usual restt style..it turned out much better to have my 2yo off the booth table and using his own tray, to play with his toy train.
The waitress was sweet and kept us entertained, and was at our table for half of the meal. She was our age and children were the same ages as ours. The meal seemed to arrive very quickly. The atmosphere is old fashion, like the owner. He's an older gentlemen with what seems a huge desire to please his customers. We will return, even if it's just for the baklava! I meant to ask if he makes it-thats a lot of work. (I've had bad baklava and this was far from) He whips up Italian and all American, to please the crowds that don't care about their health. (BURGERS AND FRIES) Very affordable for a full course meal for 4. Skip Denny's -Take the family to Jessica's! very close to Comfort Inn-where we stayed and went swimming after:)
I would not recommend this restaurant to anyone. First trip to Williams. Saw an ad for a cheap breakfast. Tried it out. Food just so so. But the WORST is the owner. While eating he came out into the restaurant where customers were eating and started to holler at waitresses. It was very uncomfortable. I could not enjoy the food. I actually got up, approached this man who identified himself as the owner. I expressed my displeasure at his inappropriate display and told him that I would never return. I encourage everyone out there to use caution if thinking about this restaurant.
$$$$$$$$ Very loud moth and bad owner: talks forever--literally. Food tasted HORRIBLE bad bad stay away. very old old waitress from civil war who could barely talk. the bill was $60 for only 3 people and we came out HUNGRY. extremely high high price not bad time for ALL. horrible stay home eat out of the garbage can
My husband and I went to Jessica's and I enjoyed it very much. This is a restaurant that serves real food. Not the packaged stuff of Denny's etc. You get what you pay for. Yes, it was a little pricey but well worth it. I even added a good tip. Three of us ate for $40.00 with the large tip included. We went during a slow time between normal meals and enjoyed talking with the staff.
I read the review that says he thinks these good reviews are planted. I was thinking the bad ones seem like they are all from the same person. The wording is very similar. And if the wording changes it only means he read my review.
When it comes to food you can't please everyone. Some people enjoy more spice than others. You expect some good and some bad reviews. With food most people have strong opinions.
As for this restaurant I think those with a low opinion are not use to good food but usually eat low cost packaged food at Denny's, McDonalds etc.. Just my opinion.