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Lunch at The Wandering Goose

I recently checked out The Wandering Goose located on Capital Hill for lunch.  I was surprised by how cramped and narrow it was.  The restaurant only seats thirty people which is apparent right when you step inside.  There's no signs that say to seat yourself so I just stood there waiting.  When a tiny table by the front opened up I just slid in and waited for somebody to come greet me.  When nobody arrived to welcome me I finally spotted the sign that stated to order up front.  After ordering, a server would walk through the small space calling out names and you better listen up and raise your hand or your lovely latte is going to someone else.  Kind of a funny concept for a restaurant and if that's not enough, you get the fun pleasure of bussing your table when you're finished.  Um, for restaurant prices I kind of want someone to wait on me and pick up after me.  But nobody was complaining as they chowed down on Southern style homemade biscuits and fried chicken.  Whatever works, right?


I had a vanilla latte, an Oyster Po' Boy and a chocolate chip cookie with sea salt.  The sandwich was interesting because they did a Southern twist with a sweet chili sauce over the fried oysters.  They also used a French remoulade sauce.  The cookie was awesome but anything with chocolate usually is. 







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