Go there for breakfast all the time
Danielle is a great waitress
I get the breakfast special
2 eggs/hash browns/toast/coffee
lots of food the bill with tax is $3.90
a great deal
people are great
worth the trip but remember this place get's packed.
Pancakes were the best
Great Sushi for the price. Other hot Chinese dishes are very good as well. China A super Buffet on River road and Stone Road also deserves 5 stars. The new U Like Buffet on Wilmont just south of Broadway is just terrible thou.
The best pho in town that I've had and we're always treated well. The other dishes that I've tried were also good, which were mostly more Chinese style dishes that tend to work well for our kids.
Great food. Friendly service. Deserves 6 stars.
Terrible, terrible food. Very poor service. Filthy environ. Still shudder when I think back on it.
Best dim sum in town. Not $ as advertised. More like $$-$$$. But here, you get more than you pay for.
Spent 3 years in Korea and have eaten Korean food for almost 30 years. This is some of the best. Up there with some of the better San Francisco Korean restaurants.
Food quality - low. Service quality - low. Prices - high.
OK food and OK service only.
Microwave burritos at $$$ prices.
I've been to Japan 68 times on business and rate Kampai food as good as anything I have had in Japan...the service is excellent and the prices very reasonable....I eat there at least once every week....
My favorite place to enjoy a breakfast al fresco. The patio out back features several different outdoor spaces to choose from, all wonderful. The food is fresh and delicious. A full bar in a cafe is a little odd, but not a bad thing for those who want a mimosa or Irish Coffee!
I moved here from San Francisco and have had a hard time finding really good Chinese food. BirdsEye frozen vegetables tossed with plain chunks of tofu in a salty brown sauce doesn't do it. I can't believe it took me this long to try Lotus Garden, but it's the real thing--snow peas and carrots were lightly cooked so they were bright and had a bit of snap, the sauce relied on the flavors of its ingredients and not salt for its punch, the tofu was sliced thin and lightly fried for texture and flavor, and the shrimp were huge. My new go-to Chinese place.
For my money, this is THE best steakhouse in Tucson for those who want to get ALOT of great food at an extremely affordable price!
Very good food and an excellent selection! I'm glad I live close by. P.S. I spoke Spanish and was answered in English!
AWESOME! ALWAYS! Casual, busy, good lookin' staff, good beer selection, good food, good central location. Been a Tucson staple for a long time.
This was some of the best live music I've heard in Tucson in a long time.
Good job Ernie -Larry- Chet!
Food is ok. Prices are not. Better value and service elsewhere.
Can't believe I spent sixty dollars on some of the worst food in my life. Does the cook not have taste buds or just not taste his food?
Someone please tell confused Indigo Star that Govinda's is not "glutton free" as she states. Gluttons are not excluded from Govindas.
Indigo Star does not know the difference between "glutton free" and "gluten free."
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