Had a wonderful lunch at the Prairie Rose and thoroughly enjoyed lunch. Had the smothered taco which was really good and the homemade peach pie. Service was great with a warm staff and the waitress was as sweet as the pie.
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Side salads were very good-sized with lots of goodies. Patty Melt was delicious. Owner & waitress were personable and friendly. Cute restaurant.
We visited Prairie Rose Cafe around 11 a.m. to have a late brunch with 9 people, and the staff was excellent at finding a big table in the back for us. They were busy the whole time, but took our orders quickly and concisely, and...More
The setting did not seem promising-cluttered old diner. Food was spot on though, even my requested crispy hash browns were crisped perfectly, probably better than I ever get. I am seriously picky about crispy hash browns and these were right on. Chicken fried steak was...More
The food was excellent, the service superb and the atmosphere was welcoming, all at a price that fit our traveling budget. We were able to park by the front door, which was handy. I wear my souvenir t-shirt with pride. Good choice for breakfast.
Good homecooked food and fast, friendly service with reasonable prices. Glad that they kept the atmosphere this restaurant has had for decades when the owners took over a few years ago.
Wonderful breakfast! My husband and I both had the pancake and eggs combo - it was wonderful! Fast, friendly service too! The place was packed but we were seated quickly. The cinnamon rolls looked wonderful and they sold quite a few while we were there...More
Friendly staff, good food and reasonable prices. Breakfast burrito is their specialty as well as homemade pies.
You could easily pass by the Prairie Rose and if it's busy and I'm waiting, I'd like you to. But this small dining establishment serves some awesome food. My son and I both had the breakfast burrito, smothered in green chile. My son also had...More