What some of these other reviews said about the pizza is point on! I am not from the area and stopping by this place was a 50/50 shot but WOW ---we were blown away. The entire vacation that we were in Maine we did not cook once. There was nothing on the menu we didn't love and for a little mom and pop shop place- kudos to them! Staff was extremely friendly and never waited more than 15-20 minutes for the orders! The kids loved the pizza and the wings! I can't wait to take another trip to Maine and eat at Sophia's again!
Something on the menu for everyone. The service is quick and the food is very good-probably the best French fries I've ever had. There are seven booths inside and several tall bistro tables outside. Also has drive-thru service, but should probably call ahead for that.
Always delicious. The Chicken Club Pizza is THE BEST. Followed by the Big Mak Pizza. The bruschetta is amazing as well. Great food!
I was told the place was under new management, so we wanted to check it out. People seem to like the salad bar, but there wasn't much of interest to me; the baked stuffed haddock was good, as were the appetizers. But an annoying fly kept us company; one of my tablemates asked for some Mrs. Dash (whoever SHE is), which never came; nor the slice of lemon requested for the water. And my friend's "medium well-done" steak was medium rare. He ate the best parts of it because we're too frightened to ever return food unless we can see the cook.
You cannot beat the triple lobster that has just been reduced to 19.95 from 21.95 as the lobster season closes. Laura and all the other staff are exceptional. I am a regular there and they have always come through for me service hot food, good portions and never had room for dessert, place is 2-3 years old and still looks as new and as clean as when it opened.... Props to Taylor a wonderful hostess. You guys are the best....
Great place!!! Clean. Nice service. Huge servings.
We have been to the Phat Boys Diner twice now and had excellent experiences both times. While it is generally a typical diner, some of the highlights we liked include: - Fresh cream for coffee (not little plastic creamers; we hate those) - Choice of artificial sweeteners (Sweet&Lo / Equal / Splenda) - Novelty coffee mugs (they're cute and unique for a diner) - High-speed wi-fi Internet access - Excellent bread (Block & Barrel from Sysco) - Choice of Home fries or hash browns (most places offer only one) As you can see, coffee is a big part of the diner experience for us. The food was excellent, menu selection is plentiful, portions are generous. The only drawback we can think of is perhaps a lack of healthy option on the menu (but this is called Phat Boys after all, isn't it?) I can personally vouch for both the meat lovers' omelette and the French toast (As you can see I was personally not distraught by the lack of healthy options.) We were very pleased and will definitely go again!
We had to wait to find a seat so the busboy (who looked like the hardest working employee there) cleaned a table for us. We waited a very long time to be serviced. Our poor waitress (who was nice but very busy) had her hands full. Another waitress, who seemed like she was there only to socialize, walked by our table probably four times. The last time she could tell by the look in our eyes that my boyfriend and I were desperate. She came over and said our waitress would be with us soon. Hmm. We did finally get our coffee and orders in. About a half hour later our breakfasts were served. Incorrectly. My boyfriend's omelet looked like a flattened, pancake egg folded in half with plain, RAW veggies in the center. The corned beef hash was disappointing as was my scrambled eggs with an American Singles thrown on top. Coffee was yummy and refilled frequently. Two stars because of that and our waitress was super busy-because apparently she was the only one working that day. This was a Sunday morning, 10:30am-ish, but they should have had more help staffed.