This is a cute new restaurant in Stanton with 50's décor. I think it opened up about 2 months ago. A friend suggested we try this place for lunch yesterday after she saw the review in the OC Register. Here is what we ate:
House salad: This was just chopped up romaine lettuce with their green goddess dressing. The greens were a little brown and wilted, but the dressing was nice. I've never had green goddess dressing before so I'm not sure if this was a good version or not.
Corn and lobster fritters: lots of lobster pieces, but they were a little bit tough. The corn had the sweetness and crunchiness of fresh corn instead of corn from a can. Overall, pretty good.
Stuffed chicken sandwich: Chicken breast stuffed with stuffing! Need I say more?
Belgian beef stew: This was just pieces of beef with gravy tossed with pasta. Not that interesting or impressive.
Lemon parfait: Crème fraiche ice cream with lemon bar pieces. I loved the sourness of the ice cream and the lemon bars together. I would definitely get this again. (As a side note, the menu says that all of their ice creams are made in-house.)
Little pot of heaven: Dark chocolate pudding topped with bruleed bananas. A little too dense for my taste, but my friend loved it.
Overall, I liked this place a lot. I think it would be a good place for dinner with friends or maybe even a birthday. What a welcome addition to Stanton!