My husband and I live in Chandler and love to give the locals business. Today the parking lot was packed and there wasn't any place to sit. No one was friendly either. We don't eat meat and the two sandwiches they offered without meat is what we ordered. They were both boring sandwiches and come with chips. I'd rather it came with something healthy. The prickly pear lemonade was tasty, though loaded with sugar, I'm sure. That is the second time we'd eaten those sandwiches and we forgot how boring they were. It would be nice if they used some of the great sauces they sell on the sandwiches!!! We did buy some wine and some of their products. The asiago cheese spread is great on sandwiches. Today we bought the red onion and fig spread. You can taste 'em all. I liked the peach one. It was spicy, my husband didn't care for it. I also liked the sun-dried tomato sauce. Wish we'd have had some on our sandwiches. They'd have tasted better!
Visited the Queen Creek Olive Mill today. Cody, our tour guide was great. She was very knowledgeable about how the place works. There wasn't a question she couldn't answer and was very pleasant. The tour was VERY interesting and well worth the $5.00. Will be back in Nov. for the harvesting. The history of the place is also very interesting. Such a family affair. The olive oil soaps and lotions are a great concept. Well worth taking visitors to. Didn't eat there, but very interesting menu.
Been here once with my wife...parking is a disaster, food was good but not great, seating is tight inside and picnic benches outside, might as well take it to the park to eat...all items are highly over priced whether for purchasing to take home or made from the deli...food service was very slow...I find it is highly unlikely we will return to the Olive Mill.
Our daughter and son-in-law took us to the QC Olive Mill for mother's day brunch. Although the wait for our order was long, it was well worth it. The food was absolutely delicious, we loved every bite. On top of that, while waiting we had time to chat and catch up on family all at a picnic table, under an olive tree with a nice breeze. What an awesome way to spend the day!!! Can't wait for next year!!!! Thanks you QC Olive Mill........
This spot is a jewel of the East valley. Take a tour of the olive mill, buy some amazing flavored olive oils, olives. spreads, baked good and more. Then eat, eat, eat. We love the sausge sandwich, their take on eggs benidict, bruschettta and olive oil cake. I love to take people there because I can almost guarantee that they have never been any where like it. It is also a great place for gifts- soaps, olive wood utensils have all been hits with friends and family. My daughter and I sneak down their on warm afternoons to share a slice of cake and sit among the olive trees and watch the world pass by.