We came for breakfast and had very friendly service, and great farm fresh eggs. I love the light pine decor.
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I had the chicken sandwich and my friend had a burger. Both good. Nice waitress and quiet in the mid afternoon
Don't recommend this place at all. The waitress took our orders, only three of us, and they completely forgot about me. I inquired about my meal several times and she said it would be out soon. A burger could not take that long to cook....More
Unique place, great food, slow service but we were on vacation and it didn't really matter. Server was interactive and had fun with us.
Had heard about this restaurant from family. We decided to go out for breakfast after church. They were very busy. Ordered a simple breakfast, eggs, American fries, toast. Good flavor, but would have been better if it was served hot. My husband had a dish...More
there Moto is not a half bad place to eat ever cool when they can poke fun at them self. In fact it is a great place to eat service is awesome food is great and i been a farm kid at one time like...More
In" New Yorker" that means there's nothing wrong with this place. It's a little like this restaurant's tag line" not a half bad place to eat". I think they sell themselves short by saying that, as I thought the food and service were great. We...More
Four of us had a late breakfast on August 23. Two of us had the daily special, two eggs, bacon along with two pancakes. Another had French toast. Food was served hot and was tasty. Service was very professional and friendly. If we lived in...More
The food was okay. The first item we ordered was a turkey hot shot with mashed potatoes. Everything tasted really salty. The waitress was good about removing that item and giving us another choice. We ordered a grilled ham sandwich with fries. The ham wasn't...More