Salt Creek in Princeton?
- mschow Dec 29, 2007 08:47 AM
Has anybody had a good meal here? I have had two incredibly mediocre meals there, but my sister is insistent on going there for dinner tonight. I found it to be expensive for what it is. Great atmosphere for a drink, but that's about it. Any other opinions?
Hmm. I usually one to point out a foo fooey small portion but I think the lunch portions at salt creek (in Princeton) are actually quite big (granted most of it is good-at-first-fries that you get sick of pretty quick). But the salads even are really big.
I don't do the seafood there, but I've had many a filling pulled pork sandwiches and chicken BLT's I couldn't finish.
I eat there for lunch at least once a week, and do for drinks at least once as well.
The garlic fries are pretty good, but don't eat too many! haha.
The food is "eh" and the atmosphere is perfect for an afterwork drink with co-workers, and the drink specials are pretty good. Don't get me wrong, the food isn't bad by any means, but it's nothing special.
I've been there a few times on the weekend (I think sunday actually) for live music, and took a bar table...and split a dinner that was OK (Maybe shortribs?)
Melissa, with braces is a very good waitress in the bar area in the afternoon/evenings.
Two dinner meals I've had there have been good, but not great. The big turn-off for me is the valet-parking setup in Princeton. They funnel you into the valet line, with no obvious way to park yourself. After a confusing conversation with the valet on whether I could actually park myself, or valet was required, he gave me a load of attitude when I just told him I'd park it myself. "Some people have to make a living" was his comment. This is not a 5 star LA restaraunt, it's a friggin chain. Some nerve to show an attitude like that from a valet parker.