Good coffee and snacks. I dropped in for the free wi-fi and a coffee. I bought homemade cookies and bread to go as it all looked very good. Casual, comfortable place with a local feeling. Reasonably priced. Friendly.
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It's a small local eatery and nothing fancy but the food is good and the service is friendly. They do things like oatmeal and toast as an alternative to the normal huge sugar laden or salt laden fare you normally encounter.
Great breakfast but I wanted to walk up to everyone ordering and tell them they could have bacon or ham or sausage at home with their eggs and toast-you're in Nova Scotia! Eat fish for breakfast! Her fish cakes were as good as my mom...More
went for breakfast but they had just made some fresh tomato and red pepper soup which we decided on followed by the three meat sandwich and a western, excellent soup and sandwiches so we thought we would try the apple strudels yum yum.
Good food, good prices, good service. They were busy, it was a Saturday morning, so the food was a little slower coming out. The only recommendation I would make is to put little tent cards on the tables or a sign near the door when...More
We enjoyed a late breakfast... things were quite busy which might explain a long wait for our meals. You kinda have to figure out the system... order at the cash register, food is brought to you when ready. Lots of kids working here and they...More
Not a lot of spots to get beakfast along here so as expected a good business on Sunday a.m.Food really good,could probably use two people working here instead of one young girl taking orders ,serving etc.If you are by here any time of day stop...More
Sandeannie's Bakery and Tea Room on Route 19 at Shore Road is beloved by the locals and tourists for its breakfast and lunch menus. This summer Red Seal certified Chef Bernadine ("Deannie") Rankin and her husband Sandy have raised the bar by adding a chef's...More