So one day recently when I was on my own for lunch, I decided to stop in.
If you remember my scale for judging egg rolls, you know that this falls into the bottom category, the only category of egg rolls I do not like: ones that have been cooked much earlier and are not hot.
It was about this time that I was beginning to wish I had not come here. They can't even fry egg rolls to order in an empty restaurant?
I guess if a restaurant can't bother to fry egg rolls to order, they can't be expected to not overcook a dish even when they only have one customer in the house.
I am not sure who Andy's caters to - people who like egg rolls but just wish they weren't so hot and flavorful? People who don't want to walk three blocks to Fortune House? People who think Panda Express is too ethnic? Whatever. I now know two people who will never eat there again.