Amazing. This place is amazing. From the food to the service to the aesthetics its a grand slam. I will definitely come back here.
Amazing Food at a Reasonable Price. First off, I want to day that every time I have gone to Not Your Average Joes I am always impressed. The service is outstanding and very attentive. For example, my husband has food allergies, and the waitress was very helpful in making sure the food was made correctly. The food there is made to order, so they had no trouble accommodating him. I had the mustard crusted chicken, and I admit it didn't taste like mustard, but it was still delicious and moist and tender. My friend had the goat cheese salad, and she said the goat cheese patty is so fresh. She also liked the vinaigrette that came on it. I like that they have a decent selection of wines and mixed drinks too. Also, the kids menu is very reasonable, and my son agrees! You should see the size of the kids pizza! Overall, I would say that I love going to NYAJ because the prices are reasonable and they give big portions. I also take some food home and eat it for lunch the next day.
very limited menu. Hardly anything on the menu. I ordered the Cobb salad the greens were room temp and wilted. He had the Mustard Crested Chicken very dry and no mustard flavor. This was our third time always thinking it would be better, well as they say " 3 strikes you're out "
A great place to eat when you are at the Cape Cod Mall.. I have eaten in this restaurant three times. I have only had great experiences. The portions are more than adaquate, the pasta and sandwhich offerings are very tasty. I have yet to try the pizza, which seems very popular, but it looks great. The service is always friendly and efficient. If you are shopping at the Cape Cod Mall and want a relaxing break, this is the place to go.
With a lengthy menu of dependable comfort food and inventive pizzas, there's nothing average about this popular area chain..
Each Joe's location handles a steady flow of hungry families and casual couples tired of national chains' bland cuisine and soulless atmospheres. While most nights bring standing-room crowds, waiting for a table can be avoided by sitting at the bar (the better to sample from a surprisingly varied, yet affordable, wine list). Servers, while kept in constant motion by the hungry masses, manage to keep baskets of spongy focaccia filled.
While most diners come for the eclectic, stone hearth oven-baked pizzas (shrimp and artichoke, spicy "voodoo" chicken), it's a mistake to ignore the rest of the varied menu. Start with a freshly-made cobb salad; full of grilled chicken, applewood-smoked bacon, and avocado, the heaping plate is large enough for three diners. Entrees consist of casual (savory Black Angus meatloaf) and contemporary (Mediterranean salmon with balsamic tomato-caper relish) options. Mammoth desserts include id-approved favorites like strawberry shortcake.
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