Had lunch here over the course of several days when I was staying at the Hilton and it was excellent every time.
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Food was good. The waiter was very attentive and very courteous. Prices very reasonable.Only thing was it seemed a little to dark and outdated with decor.
Walked over from comfort inn, good service, took waiters suggestion for a shrimp special, it was great!!!!! Cold beer, nice setting, friendly service from Manuel!!!
Stopped by for dinner. Warmly greeted followed by great service from Manuel who recommended an excellent dish when we were going to order two of the same dish. The mahi mahi was delicious and more than an adequate serving for one. Regrets? We didn't have room for dessert!
It took a while to get notice, then it seem like a very dark atmosphere like a bar. Seem more like a bar then a restaurant. I have been to the one off of route 270 and a completely different atmosphere.
It's connected to a hotel. There was a conference going on in the restaurant and had high hopes for this restaurant. The restaurant had alternative meals and that is why I came here. Our server kept on forgetting our drinks and served all the meals at different times- really a snail's pace. All of your meals were blah.
The staff were pleasant and the food tasted good. Nice place to sit and check up on work before returning to my room (in the Hilton) for the night.
i've heard of corn dogs but lobster dogs? i had to have one and am i glad i did. fabulous.... the host recommended the chix parm and i can see why. my wife recommends the chic fet alfredo.
Houli's may not be the best, but for being second, it tries really hard! If you've read some of my other reviews, you're aware that when I know the restaurant's a big box, a dime a dozen in the region, or a national chain, I cringe at the inevitable industrial-strength kitchens, automaton staff, factory-like dish production, over-the-top and get-your-attention outrageous... More
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