The layout is American diner style. Dark wooden booths offer seclusion amid the bustle, while the walls are festooned with Americana memorabilia,and ... More
The layout is American diner style. Dark wooden booths offer seclusion amid the bustle, while the walls are festooned with Americana memorabilia,and the music tends to veer towards slick 50s ballads. Meat is the major ingredient in most of the dishes, with stacks of ribs looking like hulls of small sailing boats, whilst salads are in fact small vegetable gardens uprooted and placed on your table. The marketing department of Dan Ryan's issues the warning 'We serve American Size portions'. In truth, you will not find much room for dessert such as their double chocolate brownie. Additional locations: Festival Walk, Kowloon Tong.
Me and my friends wanted to get a few drinks and snacks around 4pm on Sunday, so the bar was relitively quiet. We waited for 30 minuets for our drinks and our chicken wings & apple pie never turned up! Staff are rude and the service is terrible! Steer away from this bar!
Food is OK but the service is pretty impersonal. Restaurant is better, as both times we have been and sat at the bar, the girl serving was rude and obnoxious. It is also very pricey for drinks. If you go to the restaurant, make sure you insist on a booth, as they tend to save them for the locals and put Westerners in the main area where it is noisy and cramped.
We have never had a worst Thanksgiving meal than this one. The pumpkin soup was served in a tiny little cup that only took three scoops to finish. The turkey was all white-meat and they would not let us ask for any dark meat. The last course was a choice of dessert of either a pumpkin pie or an apply pie. After having the pumpkin soup I had no choice but ordered the apply pie. My friend ordered the pumpkin pie. But the crusts of both pies were so over-cooked that we just could not eat it. The set lunch costed US$46 and it did not even include a cup of coffee or tea!!
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