I am there with my family at least once a month for the Philly Cheese Steaks, cheesburgers, and the Mahi-Mahi plate. I read the last review, you have to order the plate to get the extras. You get the plate... you get a potato or macaroni salad, fries or rice and steamed veges. Otherwise, you only get a sandwich. The food is tasty, not bland at all. The service is very friendly, they always try to give me snacks while I wait. It is not as cheap as Jack in the Box but it's healthier. And you get alot for your meal. Tons of options. Lots of varieties. American, Asian, Mexican all in one place.
Posted: 4/22/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
I live nearby and heard a lot rave about this place as they are under the new management since last year. I came yesterday with my family and tried the Clam Chowder Sourdough, Catfish Po'boy, Calamari and Boba teas. It was awesome. The price was very decent - according to their post - range $15 or less, you just have to know whats good there (everywhere is the same principal). I guess the other reviewer did not know what PoBoy sandwiches are. They are from Louisanna, so they would taste a lot different than regular fish sandwiches. We tried the PoBoy and it tasted fantastic. Fish tasted very fresh. Although we would like in big chunks instead small cubes. The French Bread was original of LA, not those hoagie rolls from other restaurants sold, so it was very authentic food. We even overheard from other patron who seemed to be their regular customers commented about their great foods. Their Tartar + cocktail were very original, very different in good taste. Their Calamari was ok. I'd prefer a bigger ring instead those baby ones and tenacles :( Their Strawberry & Mango smoothie are so out of heaven... It tasted real fruity and sooo ahhh refreshing. Love it. I recommend it, truly do... The service, the staff were friendly and great too.
Posted: 4/13/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
This was formerly Bonita Bob's Fish Joint and I had heard rave reviews about the food. When I finally got around to trying it, it was LIttle V's Kitchen. The prices are really high and you don't get that much food. Two sandwiches were $15. The sandwich was mostly bread (a huge sub roll that was stale), the fish was horrible (tasted like had been cooked in old oil from some other dish) and there were no sides to accompany the sandwiches. My dogs ate the majority of those two sandwiches and I was VERY disappointed that I wasted my money. You can get better fish at McDonald's.
Posted: 4/05/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review