I was very excited to try out this new (to me) vegan restaurant. At first glance you can tell that the experience there was going to be something unique. Which mine definitely was but not in a good way.
I got there a little before 5pm so I waited in my car for the house to open. When I did finally head up to the house, the front door was locked. I wasn't sure I was using the right entrance. Soon after an employee/someone recognized by the employees knocked on the door and they unlocked it. Inside, I was informed that I was a little early (4:55). I realized I was so I sat down in the front of the house to wait til serving hours. At 5pm I wasn't sure if they were ready so I continued to sit there until they decided to seat me. The whole thing felt really awkward.
While I was waiting I noticed one of the girls preparing the food wasn't wearing gloves.
When they were ready to serve they brought me a menu and I asked them where I was suppose to sit. They told me in the front room. The same room I had been waiting....which consisted of 6 small tables side by side pushed up against the wall and chairs lined up across. People from the gallery were taking chairs from the tables as I waited for food.
It just seemed like being a restaurant was a side thought.
The food tasted off to me.
I felt like I was an inconvenience the entire time. Only saving grace was an employee who was working on a sign nearby. She was very welcoming and made me feel less out of place.
Maybe I came in on a really off day or getting in the house early erked the employees but I do not plan on going again.
Cons: Restaurant set up , Hospitality