This isn’t a traditional restaurant. It’s more of a cross between a cafeteria and traditional sit down restaurant. When you enter you go up to the counter, where they have laminated menus and you place your order and pay. They hand you cups/glasses and a number.
From there you go get your own drinks from the soda fountains near the back and find a table. The table has a stand for you to put your number in, although when we went, we were the only customers. They do bring you your food when it’s ready.
We ordered a mix of items. The Hawaiian pizza was a little different than standard. It had pineapple and ham (although the ham was hard to see), but also had nuts (cashews we think) and some berries that looked like raisins, but they weren’t raisins – possibly cranberries. The spaghetti with meatballs could have used more sauce IMHO.
Both my wife and I ordered the meat lasagna. My wife thinks it is the best she’s ever had. I don’t know about best, but it is good. When they brought it they did warn us it hot, and they weren’t kidding. I took a piece of the garlic bread (really garlic and cheese bread) and lightly dipped it in the sauce and still burned my tongue. I actually finished last because I would have to cut off a bit, wait for it to cool, then I could eat it. I did finish it though.
They have separate men’s and women’s bathrooms, but both are single seaters, so you might have a wait if it gets crowded. They also have an INVALID 30.07 sign on and near the entrance.
Price-wise, not too bad. Without tip, for the 4 of us, it came to $44.