A new low for Kosher restaurants.
If you want to pay too much for bland uninspired food, if you enjoy feeling that the hostess/owner/waitress has much better things to do than serve you, if your idea of a fun mealtime activity is wondering how long ago your food was actually fresh, if you prefer paying a 15% tip regardless of how you feel about the poor service and terrible food, then this place is for you. Oh, and when you go, be sure to bring a carbon-dating-kit if you plan on ordering any "fresh" fish. It'll add a scientific/historic flavor to your meal.
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