Thai Friday at Highs and it’s awesome! Local Thai woman cooks every Friday. We had chicken fried rice, shrimp & noodles and chicken curry! And only $8.70 Great meal every time we stop!
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Lovely atmosphere took me back to my childhood. Decent prices but the quality of the food and the presentation was quite disappointing. Only two places in town for breakfast and the other place was a pub. Come to see the old volcano mount and the...More
They passed the iced tea test immediately (real, fresh, brewed tea). We both ordered the turkey club, and it was the best club I've had in years. The turkey was thick-sliced real breast meat, the tomatoes came from someone's garden, and the toast was perfectly...More
The restaurant has a days gone by feel, very comfortable. The staff are quick to get your order. The Food is made fresh so it will be a little time to get it. The Favors are Great.
Food fresh, the atmosphere makes you feel like home! Staff is friendly! You get what you pay for plus some. I absolutely love the open faced roast beef sandwich..covered in brown gravy served with mashed potatoes...have always ordered it ever since I was a kid!...More
Outstanding "small town" diner with excellent food. Service was good. In a town with limited choices, especially on a Sunday evening, this is the place to eat. No complaints!
My wife and I went to that restaurant in Sunday afternoon. A short drive for us. We loved it. Small,quaint, and friendly. A long time establishment in Monterey. What did I have? Tea, salad, green beans, mashed potatoes and half of a chicken that was...More
After spending a few hours driving the winding roads of Route 250, it was approaching lunchtime, we spotted this quaint restaurant and decided to stop in. We selected a booth, even though tables were available. It was a reminder of what eateries looked like growing...More
Great service, good food, varied menu, great for breakfast. lunch and dinner. We were able to walk to this restaurant from our lodging.
Average food. Easter Sunday special was $12.95. Consisted of ham, two sides and cake for dessert. Ordered unsweetened tea, got sweetened! Waitress said the sweet potato casserole was to "die for". It was so covered with brown sugar and nuts that I could barely eat...More