We went for lunch (order and then you take a seat). Portions were small and out meals were mixed. Burgers were good; fish wrap skimped on the fish and was fair; and the salads were just fine. I hear dinner is better but I am...More
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We had brunch at Jordan Street on a June Sunday afternoon recently. It's well worth a visit. Creative menu that works off of the basics, plus a nice, downtown vibe and friendly service. Convenient base from which to walk around downtown, too.
Went here for dinner on the recommendation of our host Daniel in the red house inn. Can't remember the exact names of our meals. Quesadilla of the day and I think the "sapphire" wrap. The one with the fish and seaweed salad. Very nice. Great...More
My husband and I both loved our meal at Jordan Street Cafe. We were lucky enough that there was 1 table left on the patio. I had the Mediterranean wrap and he had steak. We would definitely go back.
The salmon wrap was very good. The restaurant was practically empty inside. There were a few diners outside.
I had a lovely experience dining solo; this is a locals favorite spot so I was excited to try it. I was not disappointed. Highly recommend the honey ginger wings as a starter - they are served piping hot and delicious with a centerpiece of...More
Dropped by for lunch. I had a hamburger. Probably one of the best I've ever had. Service was good. I old definitely recommend this cafe.
This nice restaurant has a good variety of food. We were there on a busy night and service was good, but getting our food was a little slow. I was told the Jordan burger was a good choice, but once I seen the size of...More
I'm not sure what their secret is but I just had the best pizza ever! Nothing fancy ... Italian sausage, banana peppers and pineapple. Paired with a garden salad and generous glass of red wine. Eccellente! Can't wait to try some of their other dishes.