Located in The Plaza Foodcourt, you'll find us at the McDonalds end.
Serving a wide range of foods, from nachos to baked potatoes, crepes to filled rolls, plus a range of beverages and soft drinks.
NOTE: No longer in operation.
i ate at this place about 6 times b4 i decided to add it into here. i wasnt impressed at all. the staff were hardly sparkling, one looked as though she was going to fall asleep cooking my crepe. the prices were high for what you get, the taste is nothing to write home about and the owner was, to say the least, rude. i would suggest that if you want some good food at a good price, you look somewhere else.
Altho i cannot speak as to the hot food, I do have to say that the sandwiches i have had there have been quite filling and rather tasty. And depending on the number of fillings, they are really kinda reasonable. Granted, the staff aren't always bubbly and full of energy, but I doubt I would be in their situation either. I mean, tucked away in an obscure corner of the foodcourt down a few steps from the RESTROOMS?! come on...
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