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My Dad and i ate here and thoroughly enjoyed our visit. I saw the title here on Trip Advisor and decided that we had to check out a restaurant with a title like that! Sheila and Lisa were both wonderful in being attentative to us...and Sheila gave us some interesting information about the history of the building. Yes it really was a bicycle shop at one time and the floor is from a Greek Orthodox church. The food was very good and we will go back if we're able to. Dad got the Stuffed Bell Pepper soup and a side salad. He really enjoyed it! I got the Grilled Chicken Po'Boy. Verrrry much full of yum! We got the Chocolate Cheesecake for dessert. It had crunchy chocolate ribbons on top. It was very good, but so far the best cheesecake I've had in the area is Al's Creole Cheesecake at Copeland's. Great and friendly experience. I loved how all the servers waited on all the tables together. It was definitely a very team-oriented approach to serving! You will love your experience here. Please go!More
Best roast beef po'boy I've ever had! Better than Parkway Bakery and Tavern in New Orleans! When i told our server, Jessica, she went and told the chef, who came out to thank me and chat a bit. Good food at good prices and generous...servings!More
Not a fancy place, but the food is consistently good and always arrives hot. Nothing is more of a turnoff to me than lukewarm pasta. UGH.
The nachos are great and the pasta with shrimp and tomatoes is terrific. Try it.
My wife and I had dinner here while visiting Slidell. The menu is extensive, including salads, sandwiches, seafood, pasta dishes, omelets, etc. why wife had a shrimp pasta dish and I had an Italian sausage pasta dish, they were both excellent and priced under $15....They came with a side salad and bread. The only knock on the place was the side salad, which was just some lettuce with a chunk of tomato and croutons. The restaurant is in a building which has been a variety of businesses, most recently a bike shop, hence the name. It has a beautiful old bar which was made with pieces of the altar from a Greek church. The owner came out of the kitchen and told us the story. This is definitely a place for an inexpensive lunch or dinner.More
Had to make a trip to Slidell today and looked for a new lunch venue. Found KY's Bicycle Shop online and it had great reviews. So glad we chose this one. Love, love, love this place. It had so much character! The service and staff...were tops, food was fresh and delicious, prices were very reasonable, the decor is so cool (love the original tile floors wooden ceilings, cool antique signs, bicycles and bar, etc.) The owner heard we were first timers and came out to greet us. We will definitley be back and highly recommend this resturant to others.More