Breakfast was not consistent. Lunch was good and reasonable. Dinner was overpriced but had good atmosphere. Gone out of business.
Maddy's is closing. After my last visit, I was disappointed in my meal. The Hunter's-Style chicken tasted burnt. The starter was Ginger Carrot Soup and it was beyond bad. The soup was overly spiced with ginger while tasting watery at the same time. We visited in mid-December after hearing Maddy's was closing. Breakfast is wonderful and I love Maddy's Mushroom... More
This a quaint little resturant that was a couple of blocks from our hotel. We had lasagna, I have had better - it was okay.The best part was the wine and garlic bread. I would go back, but probably order something different.
The owner, his wife, and daughter (Maddy) run this "cottage" which features gourmet fare. The breakfasts are outstanding, as are the lunches and dinners. The owner is a chef, and he prepares some innovative cuisine. I've had excellent food the 4 times I've visited. The breakfast biscuits and gravy are the best I've tasted, hands down. Definitely worth a stop!
This restaurant is horrible, I have eaten here three times and each time it has beeen horrendous. the mirst time we walked in the door the place smelled of vomit! I told the lady she apologized for the smell and satus in the back room. The first time everything was bland and the creme brule was watery. the second time... More
Don't be put off by the exterior!!! This is a great place to eat breakfast! Really warm greeting. Food was fab! I don't really to add a thing, except if you're in town and want a great breakfast, served with a smile - you won't go wrong here x
My daughter invited me to lunch at maddys...I really enjoyed my hamburger and the frys where the best...her salad was fresh and just the right size...I can't wait for another lunch date at maddys
Some of the better italian fare on SOCAL. Egg plant was fantastic. Linguini bolognese wonderful. Magic water glasses...they were never empty (great service). Only negative: First order of rolls were warm and moist - so good we asked for more - second order was hard and cold.
This is a nice place to go for dinner or Sunday brunch. The food is very good and you can ask for things not on menu and the owner-chief will make it for you. It is too bad the building is so old. I suppose you can't be too picky in such a small town.
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