The day we went to have lunch, we were seated right away, probably because of the time which was around 2:30 pm. I liked the atmosphere right way because of the bright colors, movie memorabilia, structural design and lighting. Our waitress was friendly and seemed experienced.
The menu has a fairly good sized selection: about a dozen appetizers, ten burgers and sandwiches, twenty entrees, ten side dishes, six salads, three pizzas and ten desserts. The entrees consisted of grilled beef and chicken, seafood, pasta and chicken. Since we were hungry we decided to try two appetizers: the blackened shrimp and the Parmesan spinach dip with chips. I thought the blackened shrimp were excellent, but was disappointed in the dip which seemed too rich for my taste.
For the entrees we ordered the grilled Salmon and the New York Strip steak, both of which came with vegetables and potatoes. The Salmon was excellent in my opinion and the steak was also very delicious. The vegetables were fairly plain tasting.
We finished the dinner off by splitting a cheesecake which was just right. Overall, the food was good. The menu is fairly unoriginal perhaps, but has enough diversity to probably make most people happy. The service was satisfactory and competent. The prices are reasonable I thought, with most entrees going for less than $20. I would give the Planet
Source by Tim Phelan