Sunday, August 5, 2012

Adventures Restaurant & Pub

We give this restaurant a B- mainly because of the service and most of the food was good, but had some low points.

There was great handicapped parking and sidewalk to go onto, only one door that was difficult to get through, but staff was right there to help. The service was outstanding, very helpful with me being in a wheelchair. Holding doors, knowing where to seat us so we are out of the way, and moving chairs for me at the table.

Kids menu was also a color sheet. It had basic kid choices and reasonable prices, $4-5.

We started off with the Four Season Appetizer, which had awesome bruschetta and unique mozzarella sticks that were wrapped like a egg roll. They were very good as well. They had onion rings which were ok and 4 wings that could be passed on. Next time, if we order a appetizer, we would just order the bruschetta.

Jodi had an 8oz prime rib, baked potato, carrots and broccoli. She liked the prime rib, and a baked potato,well, is just a baked potato. She did not like the carrots and broccoli, because they were too crispy and had no seasoning.

KayMarie had the Sportman's Steak and Mushrooms. She says the steak was dry, but the mushrooms were good. It came with boiled red potatoes that had no seasoning but were cooked well. It also came with broccoli that had no seasoning, and some were crunchy, some were soft.

Christopher had kid's meal pizza with a side of fruit that included grapes, cantaloupe, and honeydew. He said he liked everything but the honeydew, which was weird cause he likes honeydew. But, he says it tasted like avocado, and that he doesn't like.

Jonathan had the same kid's meal, but had fries. He liked everything, but he thinks the pizza could have been a little bigger. It was a little mushy and not heated thoroughly.

I had Elk Steak Tuscany. As this was my first elk steak, it seemed tough. I ordered it medium rare. It came with 2 pieces. One was medium well. The other was medium rare. It came with Minnesota wild rice and beans. It was good, different, and little sweet. I also had the supposed cook vegetables, and they were too crunchy, no seasoning at all.
Handicap: B. It had 2 parking spots. The one we parked in required us to backup, because, if not, there is a curb and grass, no sidewalk. Main entrance door was the only difficulty it had a pole in middle, and my wheelchair would not fit. But, a standard size may fit better.

Kid friendly: B. It was just a color sheet, no activities that would be more suited for older kids.

Food: B-. Some high points with some lows.

Service: A+. Outstanding! Our waitress, Carissa, gave us individual attention. She told us how to order our steaks. She said order under, since they seem to cook over, and that was an excellent tip. Carissa gave refills right away and checked up on us often.

Prices/Quantity: B+. If all our meals were done right, we would give it an A. But, you do get a lot of food for you money.

Atmosphere: A. We liked the decor. It wasn't overrun with "stuff". It wasn't too loud, but not quiet either. They had tv's that had a Twins game on and fish tanks that Chritopher and Jonathan enjoyed looking at.

Overall for Adventures Restaurant & Pub: a STOP ON IN

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