Respond to Review of Bonnys Vegetarian and Organic Cuisine
by sally anne
Review: I visited this restaurant in the summer of 2008, on a Saturday or Sunday evening (can't remember). Service was friendly but not exceptionally professional or fast. There were only two other parties in the restaurant (a total of 9 customers). Food was unremarkable, both in terms of menu items value for money. The menu items (bugers and a few vegetarian standby's like lasagna) were not terribly original and don't seem to feature the instrinsic qualities of the ingredients or flavors. It left me with the impression that this was vegetarian cooking struggling to compete with non-vegetarian food. Most disappointing was the price. I paid almost 20$ before tax and tip for a meal consisting of a small salad, sandwich and a dessert. This restaurant seems to appeal to those who want to support vegetarian restaurants because they exist. Any vegetarian e.g. Indian restaurant can easily outdo it for the value and diversity in flavors. < The decor is cool, but the location is not really worth the hike. I too, was overcharged! I ordered a special that included a salad. The waitress brought it to me with something else on the plate (chips I think), so I ended up ordering a separate side salad, for which I paid almost $5 -- for something that was no bigger than a small side salad. In sum, the establishment does not seem to try very hard to please customers. It is though they assume they will just come and that they can charge anything they want. Definitely will not return!