A little worn from the years...but it has been exactly like it is for 30 years...the food has never varied and is classic American tempered Chinese...and very inexpensive. It is the perfect match of expectation and result.
awful pizza, awful people...deserves to go under
Excellent food, wonderful service! A very nice touch was they gave us a warm towel to wash your hands. Took my Aunt here for a very nice quiet lunch around 1:30pm on a Wednesday. We both found our meals to be superb. The servers were very attentive but not hovering. There were several other tables present when we arrived and several more came in as we finished. They were setting up for dinner, changing over to linen table cloths and napkins. In my opinion it would be a nice romantic dinner place. I would also like to mention when I requested chop sticks I was not given the wooden throw away kind, I was handed a nice, balanced pair of chop sticks. Wonderful experience.
It's an insult to refer the pizza to NY style? You have a blend of the lowest quality GMO cheese, our pizza pie cheese didn't even melt. Never again..
Great Food; great service!! I try so hard to try something new every time but the problem becomes I haven't found anything I don't like
I love this bar! My meet my husband here a year ago. The owner is awesome and make everyone feel welcome. She allowed my husband and I to get married at the bar. We always feel welcome and love the live bands that they have every Friday night.
It is like these people went out to a movie once upon a time and never got over it...and a bad movie it was, almost as bad as this stupid microwave fantasy land hole.
Yes this place rocks!! My husband and I frequent here. Not usually loud at all, but sometimes the staff dances around all together and it is just fun. Awesome habanero hummus, gyros, and Greek salad! Very reasonably priced as well.
My favorite Indian food place anywhere! Reasonable pricing friendly staff, and delicious food.
My favorite restaurant in the springs. The food is always hot and fresh (careful, the Thai egg rolls will be blazing hot, but delicious!). So many dishes to choose from. They are all distinct in flavor and taste amazing. Very friendly staff, and previous poster Jennifer is right-we now know how to say thank you and hello in Thai! I cannot say enough positive things about this place. Wish we could eat Thai Mint for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Did I mention they are reasonably priced? Very budget-friendly, and worth the extras like dessert, appetizers, or seconds of your favorite dish to take home :) :)
Excellent every time! Friendly staff, delicious and fresh sushi. Best sashimi I have had. This place has spoiled me :)
As an Irish American I prefer Quinn's, but am really offended when Italians come in when I am drinking a Harp, and they order a Peroni...it offends my tastes and my heritage, and I demand reparations and casino rights on Monument creek.
Everything at the Pho Queen is yummy! And Quyen is super nice, she remembers our usual orders every time we go in.
Must be so good Gordan Ramsey is coming to learn something, right.
A Hogan is a traditional home style of the Navajo people pronounced hooghan in Navajo. The Navajo Hogan in the north of Colorado Springs is of this style, and thus named for it. Stop inside and you can see the original “Hogan” plus the additional “Hogan” that was added late. So Real Navajo Dale get over it because there is something Navajo about this place.
With every year Paravicini's declines a little more. What a joy it used to be - now it is just going through the motions.
Call me spoiled by New York, but I never found a meal at Paravacini's to be any better than OK. Better than the chains, but pretty mediocre by the standards of real neighborhood italian joints.
We are all Americans at this point. If someone is Irish they might like the drink as much as an Indian, or a Scot or a Kraut. Take responsibility for yourself and don't blame a bunch of folks having a drink and good meal in a place that has such amazing architecture, of which you should be proud.
I feel sorry for you and those with the problem mentioned although this has nothing to do with this venue, being a drunk is a choice this is not the 1800"s when the Indians were exploited. Help work with your people to honor themselves, no one is forcing anyone, the word Navajo in these times is used w/o prejudice .
the people were rude and made me feel like they had something against Americans. I would not eat here again, not good service, room bare with no decorations, just a dry wall for their menu. I will stick to eating at the Jamaican restaurants where the food is better and they treat everyone the same.
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