1012 W Roxbury Pkwy, Chestnut Hill, MA | Directions 0246742.304744 -71.152249
Mon - Fri, 8am - 10pm
Bad experience – We went to this restaurant because we live close by and usually went because we didn't have time to cook. This restaurant has fair food but you will pay $18 for a typical lunch here so I think a single $ isn't quite accurate. It is definitely for older patrons and I would say when my family went we would be the only patrons I had ever noticed that didn't have someone older in the group. However we will not continue to go there. They were rude to my wife who went there on a monday around 11:00AM. The place was empty and she wanted to do some work on a computer until I would meet up with her with our daughter later for lunch. She ordered some tea and they informed her there was a five dollar minimum which she said was fine because she would be having lunch with her family later. They seemed very bother by her being there and informed her twice that their was a five dollar minmum. A little after 12:00PM I called to say that we would be there in five minutes to have lunch. She told me the manager was kicking her out because lunch rush was coming. She pointed out that the place was still empty and she understood that if people were waiting she should give up her table but when only quarter of the tables we being used it didn't make sense. They had her pay five dollar for the cup of tea and said she could wait in the waiting area for lunch though the place was empty. I should add she is obviously pregnant and that adds to why waiting in a seat is better. When I arrived it was still empty. We obviously told them we wouldn't be eating there anymore. I think this group would have given a lot of deference to an older gentleman working out of a briefcase waiting for his family, but not a younger professional working on a computer.
Homey Chestnut Hill diner serves up an array of Mediterranean and Jewish comfort dishes. – In Short
Popular with the area's elderly residents, this Putterham Circle eatery serves all-day breakfasts and filling open-faced sandwiches. Mediterranean specialties (stuffed grape leaves, baked lamb, spinach pie) take up much of the menu, and hot deli sandwiches, homemade soups and fresh salads also prove popular. A limited menu of inexpensive wine and beer is available, though most patrons opt for bottomless cups of coffee.
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