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Posted by Local on Pinehurst on 01/19/2013
I have dined at this restaurant on at least 6 different occasions and ordered delivery twice. I now feel that I have sufficient experience with this establishment to render a fair review. I have dined here twice for brunch, once for lunch, and at least three times for dinner. It is completely mediocre. The food quality, preparation and presentation is absolutely average. The service is slow, intrusive and unapologetic when they make mistakes. The decor is tired and given the quality of the overall dining experience, this restaurant is overpriced. When ordering delivery, be prepared to be disappointed. It is slow, messy and just plain average. The menu promises a much more appealing experience than the reality of the meal actually delivers to the diner. Hope this helps.
Posted by anonymouse on 12/21/2012
we waited an hour for our food, the kitchen lost our order, waiter (who seemed to know nothing about wine) disappeared. food not bad, trying to do too many types of cooking, wont go back
Posted by S on 06/30/2011
From appetizer to dessert, to the homemade ice-tea, my take out meal was fantastic. Not to mention it came in half an hour! Nice job, guys! :)
Posted by wash hts on 12/23/2010
For years have loved the calamari/remoulade, the arugala goat cheese salad, the corn soup and the mocha pie. The penne however is unpalatable- always salty and the jalapeno muffins aawful. The penne needs to be fixed!! I've always liked the service here.
Posted by Serverscorned on 10/17/2010
I am the waiter in question from Evarich's review, and he is severely mistaken about how this ordeal went down. So since I don't work there anymore, I'd like to clarify: I'm a boy. Evarich can't seem to decide whether the server was a man or woman in his review. First sign he doesn't remember it correctly, perhaps? I had a full restaurant to appease, as we were without our head chef and the kitchen fell apart making incomplete orders and not washing glasses or dishes in an attempt to fix it. Thus the glass shortage I tried to explain, if his wife would let me get a word in instead of yelling at me. Evarich and his wife were not friendly in the slightest, they came in with a better than you attitude and served it immediately upon ordering their food and altering their meals without a please or thank you. She immediately started yelling incoherently at me when I brought her the glasses that WERE washed out with water and dish washing liquid. The cordial glass was the only other one we could find since they refused to use the only other wine glasses we had at the moment. If she calmed down for one second, she'd realize we were trying to serve and accommodate her. She instead chose to be difficult, cause a scene by raising her voice at me, and leave. They ordered Trapiche Cabernet Sauvignon, not a white wine. If their son was humiliated, it was by their own ranting and raving behavior, not mine. My "gossip" was informing the bartender/manager they were walking out (on an expensive order) if she wanted to talk to them. The wife proceeded to get up in my face and called me rude, to which I calmly disagreed, yet apologized (though I didn't do anything wrong) and wished her a happy holidays. After they left, almost the entire restaurant apologized to me for them. They all thought their tone and attitude toward me was very demeaning and unnecessary. So if they felt mortified, it was because they acted like idiots, and the clientele agreed. Evarich would have you believe it was my fault they walked out, but it was their own inflated sense of entitlement that I unfortunately couldn't coddle at the moment that caused them to make the scene they did. Sorry we couldn't put our best foot forward that night and that I was rough around the edges (wouldn't you be if someone treated you that way?), but maybe a little more humility and patience next time, Evarich?
Posted by Jeremy on 09/08/2010
I've ordered regularly from 107 west for the past 5 years. The food is usually good with occasional misses. I particularly enjoy their blackened burger, but they have many other good selections. The service in the actual location can sometimes be lacking but the decor is nice. All in all a solid place to order in the heights.
Posted by Ally on 07/11/2010
I tried the location on broadway and it was good so I thought I'd get the same experience at this location. I went for Brunch and the place was almost empty, this should have been a sign. The server walked around with a basket of muffins and place one small muffin on everyone's place and took the basket with him. The food didn't take long but when it arrived everything was cold, absolutely everything, including the fries. the food had no taste, i tried loading it up with ketchup and salsa but i just couldn't eat it. Bland, cold, food is not what I wanted. I got the check and the server asked if I wanted the food to go because it was obvious that I had eaten only a quarte or it. I said no. Don't eat here, the food's bad.