Location: 555 Walnut St in the 3rd Floor Food Court at the Kaleidoscope at the Hub Building.
Directions: You walk up the stairs from the bus station, its up a flight of escalators from the skywalk.
The Tenderloin: The first think you notice is the tenderloin is nice and thick, cut open for you to see. The breading had just a little bit of flavour. The meat was white, but not very tender. The whole thing wasn't really all that big. They get a little extra on the rating for the presentation. Overall 6.5/10
Price: $4.35, with fixins or $7.50 in a combo meal.
Also on the menu: The specialty is hamburgers, but there is a huge menu of homemade comfort food including a full breakfast. The menu advertised a "frenchie" sandwich when I visited.
Service: Its just a counter, you wait for your number to be called.
Ambiance: This is just a big food court with lots of fast food for the office crowd, its abandoned after about 2 in the afternoon.
Final Thoughts: This isn't exactly a tenderloin worth making a trip for. However, what Sally's gives you is far Superior to what Maid-Rite dishes out at the other end of the food court. Its also a good value for your money downtown.
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