Our first visit to this restaurant was a very disappointing experience. It is unforfunate that we picked this restaurant to take 8 out of town guests. Never have I had such a tasteless, unproportioned, expensive meal, out of 10 the only edible plate served to us was the personal pizza. Service was good, no waitting and comfortable seatting. As a customer you always want to have a good meal with a good drink (Beer). this was not the case. We will not Return.
Great place to have a good time.
I have been to nimus about 4 times each time I go I order the same salad, the chicken pear salad. Each time IT have ordered it ,it has been different. Either it"s chunk chicken or cubed. It no nuts or 4 nuts or a lot . It needs to be the same all the time. Please ask chef to be on point with food
The porter won a gold medal at the Great American Beer fest (best porter in america)....sounds like Reuven needs to wash his palate.
It just not happening for me yet! Don't get me wrong, if you are looking for good looking people that work there, and a trendy atmosphere, ok. But, I've eaten there twice and so for its sub-standard. The Calamari was over cooked and rubbery, and rings only...for the true connoisseurs of Calamari, don't waist your time.'The Gunny' is walking the same plank! The top of the bun reminded me of a Roman Buckler that you need to fend off the attitude of the bartender who wouldn't even acknowledge the obvious displeasure when the customer begins to eat the inside of the sandwich and still turns green! The only saving grace was the manager did offer another meal,and removed the culinary mistake from the bill without any asking or rebuttal. If you order the a fore mentioned items, keep and Eagle Eye on the detail. Or if you are a pig belly up to the trough. Being fair, ill give them one more chance,but just like baseball, three strikes your out! -Touchy Tummy
Everything is $9 or less. They have a salmon dish served over delicious mashed potatoes and spinach that would be $15 anywhere else. Huge selection of beer, live music, big patio. Come on. It's the best thing on the stupid eastside.
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