I must say with great emphasis: brand-new restaurants simply write their own obituaries by leaving first-time customers dissatisfied.
Granted, it’s location ensures it’s main clientele are (rich) families and really freakin’ old people. But I’m almost certain they won’t last longer then a year or two, or further the demise of turning this into a franchise, as they’re assiduously trying to do.
Newly-minted Toast Cafe just opened in Ballantyne in the heart of urban planning identity-crises, “Village at Robinson Farm”. Having tired out the Flying Biscuit over the years (more on that later), and disgusted with the strange sushi-pizza menu at Cosmos Cafe, I eagerly hoped this would be my new breakfast/lunch place.
I came here starving, and left, still starving.
- # of times dined here: 1st
- Cost of Bill incl. Tip: $25 for 2ppl
- Food Rating: 3/10
- Service Rating: 6/10