We had our lunch at twin peaks for the first time, and it was a pleasant experience considering its status as swanky. The seating arrangement is ample for sports enthusiasts to watch on TV, while the food selection is impressive. Our main course will be paired with either fried tortilla chips, spicy ground beef or pico de gallo, followed by crispy mini beef tacos (pictured) served with sweet potato fries and green chile chicken soup, with the soup being decent and flavorful. And the salad dressing was also decent
As a fan of the twin peaks, my frequent visits have yielded positive results. The restaurant and bar are sizable, but I prefer dining outdoors to the indoor patios, which is one of their primary reasons for staying there. However, the location is not very appealing due to high traffic noise from downtown areas with several flat screens and chairs.
Although the service was satisfactory, we were able to enjoy delicious food and drink. The only downside of this restaurant is the lack of availability of water or clean towels. While others have had chicken tenders but not enough, I would still recommend trying Papaya.
For those seeking attentive service and minimal alcohol consumption, this is the ideal spot. The bar staff will not be criticized for their lack of professionalism and responsiveness towards job applicants.
As I was driving through town, I came across twin peaks and decided to order fried pickles and fish tacos. The pickled tacOs were excellent, but the salty cod taste was also good. My server Jessica was attentive and offered three tacas for ten, which isn't bad considering the value of each tacto.