went last night to check out this restaurant. i really enjoy grilled cheese sandwiches at home, and thought it would be nice to see the concoctions that there were making at this spot.
my wife ordered the double cream brie sandwich that came with turkey in it. she enjoyed the sandwich and saved half for later. (she may have made the mistake of leaving it in the frig, in which case it'll be my lunch!) along with that, she had the tomato bisque, which was sorta weak. i mean, we both tasted it, and i didn't taste any difference from your average tomato soup (which they also have on the menu).
i had the borderbob, which is pepperjack with chili in it on a spicy potato bread. very good tasting, nice spice to the sandwich. i was actually a bit taken back because i often read descriptions and they claim to be spicy and this one actually was. along with my combo i had the mac n cheese. it was sorta bland.
i saw fries coming out on other orders & thought i'd add on a side of fries just to try them out as well. they were darn good. the size of an individual fry is close to steak fries, and they were well prepared - hot & cooked to the right firmness, which is somewhere between hard & mush - they hit it right. very little salt on them, so if you want them salty you can control that, which is nice.
overall, we liked the sandwiches and fries. the other sides we had were lackluster. i'd go back again. for some, it may be a bit pricey but i didn't feel it was unreasonable.