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Review: Spyro's Pancake House

I ate at Spyro's Pancake House on Friday, November 24th 2017. I was visiting Fort Wayne to meet my  girlfriend's grandparents, and we agreed to go to Spyro's. I have never been before, nor have I ever heard of this restaurant. Despite the restaurant being unknown to me, it did not disappoint.

When we arrived, there was a short wait. The restaurant was packed, and there were several families waiting to be seated. I fully expected a half-hour wait or longer. Despite this, it was not long before our party of 6 was seated at a clean table. When we were seated, I was expecting the service to be somewhat slow due to the crowd. I was pleasantly surprised when we received our drinks almost immediately, and our order was taken almost as soon as we sat down. The crowd also did not appear to slow the pace at which they made our food. We not only received prompt service, but also had fresh food in front of us far sooner than I expected.

I ordered a barbecue burger. I received it quickly, and was surprised at how large the burger was. It was difficult for me to finish the burger, and I am a heavy eater. The burger was very good overall. I was very pleased with how my burger turned out. The burger also came with a large order of fries. While the burger wowed me, the fries were okay. They were not bad, but they could have been better. Overall, the meal was great. The atmosphere was great. The service was excellent. I would definitely recommend this restaurant to anyone who has the opportunity to eat here.


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