Good down home cooking. Country fried steak is my favorite. Serve breakfast all day. I dare you to try and finish your scones!
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We have noticed this restaurant for several years but finally made the short drive to try it. The food was very good and the portions so generous that my wife brought some home for another meal.
Although it took a while to get our food, it was ok when we did. The place didn't seem that clean and the service wasn't great but in a pinch it was ok.
Stopped for breakfast on our way out of Provo. The menu was varied, with many home cooked breakfast favorites. I ordered a breakfast burrito smothered with country gravy, and something they had listed as "deep fried scones". The scones were more of a donut, but...More
This is a pretty standard family restaurant with above standard food. Their menu is abundant and every item cooked like mom did it. I've never been disappointed and I've eaten their a dozen times or more.
Nice place to take the family on a Saturday morning. The food is great. The building is an old iHop that is still in good shape, but the bathrooms could use a remodel. The food and service are definitely better than Denny's or iHop.
Easy to find, parking is good. The food is just fair. It does appear to be homemade but not like mom's cooking more like a very young bride just learning. I'd go back in a pinch.
If your looking for home made goodness and great coffee this is the place. Located conveniently of I-15 it's the perfect travel stop. Unlike the crackel barrel chain on the next exit-there is a coffee bar where the local ranchers/farmers converse and have a bite...More