Overall Rating: 3.5/5
Where It's At: 7006 Town Center Drive, Newport News, VA 23606 | (757) 596-1011We noticed it's located near some residential areas, probably because there's a university nearby and you'll know because there are students walking even at 9 in the evening.
Anyway, so they also have this "Pick 2" thing just like in Panera Bread. The difference is you get a lot more salad options with Salad Creations. Also, most of the meals they offer are home-made and the soups are all gluten-free.
|Spicy Southwest Panini and Greekalicious Salad|
Spicy Southwest Chicken Sandwich and Home Made She Crab Soup
I order the spicy Southwest Chicken but I thought it wasn't spicy. The corn was good though, but I wish they added a few extra ingredients to make it tastier, I thought it was a bit (just a bit) bland. The soup was okay, though there was one ingredient (I particularly do not now it and that's the only ingredient I dislike being mixed with soup) I didn't like. I'm guessing it the brown-orange powder thing?
The Wedge Salad and Home Made She Crab Soup
Soup crackers available whenever you like.
If you look at the photo above, it's basically clean. What I didn't like was the annoucement or labels printed on neon papers. Those trays too were not full.
They have limited options for kids meal but at least they have them. I forgot how much it was, either $4.99 or $5.99 and it comes with drink (there's milk too) and snack. We ordered mac & cheese because it's what my daughter often eats when we dine out. This time, she only tasted it and didn't finish everything. My husband had to finish the rest so it won't go to waste. But guess what, he loved it because he thought it was home-made and he even guessed they used goat cheese. It's the most unusual mac&cheese he's ever had. I tasted it too but I guess it's not for me either. :P
Other snack options.
I'd say there were better than the average. Since they don't have much guests that time, they managed to go directly to our table to deliver the food, instead of us waiting in line or getting them on our own. They even asked if we needed anything else.
Free parking. I just not sure if it ever goes full because there's a bar adjacent to it and other food stalls.
As shown above, the condiments area is open and there's an easy access to the soup crackers.
Having tried and tested their food, you think we'll go back? Probably if we're on the area, but we won't drive 3 hours just to visit the place. ;)
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