Chicago >Flying Saucer Inc
“Best food ever!”
“The burgers are good and the lunch menu is solid for weekday meals.”
“Food was good (as usual), but the service was worse than bad.”
Best food ever! I have tried most dishes off this menu, and have not found one I don't like. I love the breakfast bowls - Trucker, Bazza, Flying Saucer. They are really tasty and fresh. The burgers are good and the lunch menu is solid for weekday meals.
While I could see where people may feel the service is bad, I think there takes some talent in being a good customer.
Service stinks, but the food is fine. If you're looking for staffer attitude to help ruin your appetite, I'd suggest Flying Saucer for brunch. Food was good (as usual), but the service was worse than bad. Our waiter snapped at my girlfriends toddler who wasn't bothering anyone except him. He got my order wrong --- then he never showed up to our table again. I think Flying Saucer's EuroTrash waiter is maybe in the wrong line of work.
Cozy Humboldt Park diner serves up home cooking to a regular neighborhood crowd..
Old timers and newcomers alike settle into chrome-bottomed bar stools and tables paired with '50s-style, pastel-colored chairs. Garage-sale artwork and a selection of moody tunes add ambience. The menu runs the gamut, from vegan to omnivore; dishes include huevos volando (corn tortillas topped with eggs, cheese and chili-peppery sour cream, swimming in sweet ancho sauce), plus Caesar salads and sandwiches like portobello, Reuben and grilled cheese.
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