As if that weren't enough food, I ordered deep-fried tortellini ($6.65) as an appetizer, and my dinner companion chose the deep-fried mozzarella cheese sticks ($5.50). I've seen deep-fried ravioli on lots of menus, and it's always a favorite starter, but I've rarely seen deep-fried tortellini, so I had to give a try. It didn't disappoint. It's also served with a sizable helping of marinara sauce for dipping.
After trying the deep-fried tortellini, my dinner companion said: "I can tell this is going to be a good fried chicken place," because of how good the batter was.
I came for the fried chicken, but I'd like to come back and try some of the other items on the menu, including the burgers, homemade soup and chili, and steak. The kitchen is open seven days a week, and Wednesday is Mexican Night.