One of my friend always loved this place, and I had been there once a long time ago, but that was with a really large group of 20+, and all I can remember is that those individuals that ordered their signature dish – okonomiyaki, never got theirs until everyone else finished their dinner. I recall angry customers and not so positive impression regarding the speed of service.
This time, I went with Sheepie, so I had more time to look around and observe. The restaurant was filled with interesting murals all over their wall. The furniture looked like it was from an old club. I wonder if they intentionally did the interior to look like this, hence the name of the restaurant, or when the took over the old place, they named it Clubhouse because of it’s look and kept it that way. The booth benches have Victorian patterns – not sure where this fits in. Also, as to why their website’s header image is of a person golfing, I have no idea. I don’t get any of this random mixture of things.
Spicy Tuna roll $2.95
Chicken Yakisoba $8.50
Yokozuna set $13.95
I ordered the Spicy Tuna roll $2.95 and Chicken Yakisoba $8.50. The roll was good and was with the nori (seaweed) on the outside, unlike most places which has the rice on the outside. So it was bit smaller than your usual Spicy Tuna roll. The yakisoba was also good, but it was super oily, and was dieing of thirst afterwards. Simply, too much salt, soy sauce and MSG. Sheepie ordered the Yokozuna set $13.95. Tea is extra! but only 50 cents.
The restaurant is spacious with good service and prices. If you are paying by card, it’s the old fashioned way and you’ll need to pay at the till. I think I need to go back to try more dishes – perhaps the okonomiyaki