The bar had the big vats of beer; after all, it was a brewery. None of us are beer drinkers but I was adventurous and wanted to order one but had no idea what to order. No one else wanted to share my adventurism so I settled for a glass of Pinot Noir.
The menu was extensive; they had pizza, salads, sandwiches, fish and chips, burgers, chicken and salmon. The Margherita Pizza looked good so we had that to share. It was even better than it looked. The crust was thin and the cheese tasted so good and so did the fresh tomatoes. Sandi ordered the hamburger which was also delicious. She only ate half of it and the other half was split between me and Piero.
Piero had the Very Spicy Pad Thai. He loved it and he confirmed that it truly was spicy. I don't know if he meant it or he just didn't want to share. I had the Fish and Chips which was good. The fish was light, tender and crunchy outside. The French fries took the cake. It was great. They had a sauce which went well with the fish and the chips.
We were not planning to order dessert since we were all full. Our server, Theresa brought us a surprise brownie with ice cream dessert. We asked what it was for and she said: "Since it's your first time here at the restaurant". We all thought that was very nice of her.
Red Car Brewery is located at 1266 Sartori Ave. in Torrance, California.