We enjoy eating here. The staff is friendly, food is always great, and it never takes long to get your order
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Everything was great! Some people might not like the atmosphere being in a converted home, but it made me feel like we were eating at home. And the food was amazing!
very good food and good country atmosphere very nice and polite waitresses met the owner she really seems like a good hearted person
We have been here several times. Food is always consistent, but unfortunately, it is always just consistently average. Pancakes are thin and somewhat tough. Service is average. Seating is limited. Bring a jacket if weather is cool as this older building is drafty. Otherwise other...More
We stopped in on a Sunday late morning (11:30) and were thrilled to know we could order from either the breakfast or lunch menu. They had a 'special' written on the board - Pumpkin Waffles....that would be great. Ready to order the special - we...More
Who doesn't like home cooking in a restaurant that is a small converted home. Family owned and operated so the food good and the portions are plentiful.
Neat old house, seated right away, on a Wednesday so not busy at all, however it took over twenty minutes to get our breakfast. I order the spinach omelet, had a couple of bad tomatoes in it, the spinach wasn't even hot, cold toast and...More
Sat outside to eat a late breakfast the weather was beautiful and the table and chairs were comfortable. The waitress took our order rite away and she was very pleasant. I ate the pancakes with bacon and my husband had the meat lovers plate. His...More