The reasturant is very casual open seating, menu is generic and food is OK but when you pay $13.00 for a martini spoiled the night This ain't NY
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Chow's is a popular place all meals of the day. I think the main attraction is pretty good food at a reasonable price. I like the Thai noodles or mixed seafood linguini. My wife likes the pot roast or lamb burger. The bartenders here are...More
Always a reliable option. A bit overpriced but it's an upscale restaurant in Danville. Burgers and salads are excellent.
We've been to Chow's many times. While not a favorite, its always been ok. We shared a salad which was good but the spaghetti was really subpar. The meatballs were not good. Others in our group were also disappointed in the pizza. Service was good...More
Family and business friendly, casual atmosphere. The food is absolutely delicious. I was in town for four days and ate there twice - I'm in love with thier soup varieties.
A Bare-Bones Breakfast: 2 Pancakes- $10 that's $5/ a pancake! 3 Pieces of over cooked bacon = $6 that's $2 a SLICE!! A whole POUND of premium cut applewood smoked peppered bacon is $5 from the meat counter at the grocery store. NO Eggs, NO...More
Starbucks created a whole brand and worldwide chain making people feel at home in their stores. Chow manages to the same thing only better. Very comfortable (did I mention the fireplace?). Great quality food, every dish Ive ever had there (been coming for years) has...More
Lots of heaters, very pleasant atmosphere. Inside can be noisy but outdoor dining is quiet & relaxing. This is "bistro" menu dining. Nothing very complicated but a nice variety of soups, appetizers & main courses. Bar is very good & desserts can be very good!
I do not understand why this place is so crowded, beyond the fact it is a young people's noisy hangout. This is not the place for a quiet dinner. There is an area with tables outside, a lot quieter but obviously an option when the...More
Disappointing with regards to service and value for money. Atmosphere was OK a bit like our local Mac D`s in the UK on a Sunday lunchtime. Five of us including the two girls who had a small bowl of sliced apple and about three chicken...More