Music industry wallflower, hot wings aficionado, marketing guru, armchair philosopher and Portland native.
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Pretty good, could stand to lose a few pounds
Good on this guy for apologizing. Never any harm in that.
I had a remarkably similar experience to Tony's several months ago. Nearly all of the grievances he airs in this report reminded me of my own underwhelming meal - not the least of which was the vegetables. Stu, you may be right about Portland being a bit salt-heavy at other locations, but let me assure you that my vegetables were also entirely unseasoned. Salt should be there to bring out the natural flavors in a dish, and without at least a touch, these vegetables really do taste straight from a Flav-R-Pak bag. Tony is spot on about the powdered gravy as well. In fact, the catfish was probably the only thing that I can really say felt like it was prepared by a human at all, and it could easily have been prepared by a line cook instead of a professional chef.
Thumbs down. Not angrily, but decisively.
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