Nearly invisible?. We wanted to like this place but are very disappointed. Planned for a long time to try this place. Went around 11 a.m. for brunch so it wouldn't be hard to get seated. At first we were ignored by several servers who just looked at us without greeting. Tables were full although many people were finished eating and paying. Finally I asked a server if we could wait for a table. OK was the only answer. We patiently waited another 15 minutes without acknowledgement or effort by the staff, more of whom ignored us. We left in search of a place that was friendly enough to greet us and sell us good food we can have the opportunity to appreciate. We won't be back. It was beyond rude.
Awesome all the way around!!. Hella's is great food with no frills. Go there find a table, sit down, look at the menu. When they get to you they get to you. There could be a wait. Order whats on the menu and if you don't like it, next time get something else. If you are impatient, high maintenance, and want to complain, go to some crappy corporate restaurant and enjoy, Hella's will not be for you. Go with the flow and you will have a great experience. Get nasty with the staff or owner and you will be shown the parking lot and you will free up a table for those of us who get it.
Terrible. We went or breakfast and had to leave without eating. The table next to us that gave their order 10 mins after us got their meals first. Complaining will get you nowhere. The server didn't apologize and made it clear it wasn't her fault. When asked to get the manager, she stated she made repeated requests but the owner refused to come talk to us. Still no food. Then when we commented on the deplorable cust. service, she agreed! She felt they didn't care about their customers either. We finally had to leave. I wouldn't recommend this hopeless place to anyone- can't believe they'll be in business for long.
Amazing food.......People Rude.
Hellas was my favorite place for breakfast..the omelets are amazing ( green tomatoes and cheddar) ,plump lima beans in a gorgeous spicy marinara! and potatoes fried in real butter! But I can no longer visit due the horribly rude behavior displayed by the owner. At first I handled the gruff comments, annoyed glances etc. I would brace myself for his yells when a waiter got the order wrong and cringe through the public scoldings he would give staff.
But one morning he screamed "NO, CRYING'' at my baby girl when she started fussing.He screamed so loudly that the whole room stopped and stared.The table behind me said " is he kidding?" , but you could tell by the look on his face that he was not kidding. Our whole table stood up and left. He did not even apologize for his behavior.
As much as I crave the delicious pitas and spanokopita , I will never return to a place that did not appreciate my regular business, nor humor the fussings of a 10 month baby.
Best breakfast and lunch place in America. Three brothers, incredible work ethic, small and cozy and the best damn food in the land (to match up with the best damn band in the land...go Bucks!). Anytime I'm within 50 miles I go out of my way for omelettes with everything from a home-made sausage made by a local, to the spinach and feta, or the western. All fresh ingredients, the best homefries. And lunch... don't get me going... big, juicy burgers with almost anything on them from bacon, bleu cheese, the freshest and ripest tomatoes. And for the light at heart, go for the grilled chicken salad with balsamic vinegar and oil, feta cheese, ripe tomatoes any time of year and kalamata olives. For a real treat, try the chicken finger sandwich with mushrooms and cheese. Great potato or macaroni salad. I'm moving to the east coast, but I'm going back at least once a year because I love these guys. Demo, Bill and Pete... you are the best!!!!
Great Place!. Haven't been in a little while, but basically grew up here! The food is amazing, especially the gyros and greek salad but the burgers and fries are great as well! I adore the brownies, too. The owners are great and always willing to chat as they cook your food in their tiny kitchen. After calling in two or three times, they knew my voice and are more than welcoming when you walk in to pick things up. You can also bring in your own bottle of wine and Dimo (one of the owners) will open and serve it for you. Overall, a great family place!
Best workingman's breakfast in nonworking suburb..
Shows how basic home cooking (and lots of butter in the skillet) still beats all the frou-frou and upscale dining otherwise patronized by the Muirfield high incomed / mortgaged suburbanites. Best home-fries in the region highlight any and all plates served.
Terribly tight sitting and few tables in this small grill & serve, but outdoor picnic tables accommodate in better weather. Waitress is not talkative but gives great service once you can catch her. Shop the good garden & decor centers nearby.
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