Played trivia game with rest of dinners...great quiche dishes. A must place to visit for interesting experience!
We stopped in here as part of the Taste of the Town Tour - which is fabulous. We had a sampling of their cabbage soup, which was good and a bit different. I really wish they would have chosen to serve just a bite of the carrot cake which they proclaim to be famous on two continents! Just my opinion... More
Enjoyed a chicken salad sandwich on (light) rye and it was delicious! Also our party enjoyed quiche and tuna salad sandwich and cobb salad. All good. Mushroom bisque was tasty and lots of mushrooms, tho more watery than I expected. Clam chowder had good clams and potatoes, but again, more watery than we expected. Definitely will go again when in... More
Salads were fresh with homemade dressing, sandwich was yummy with special care made to the mustard and grilling. If you need a simple, quick bite to eat this place will fit the bill. Light fare and tasty and healthy.
Great home made food! Worth a stop. Homemade food made from this tiny kitchen. Consistently tasty! We eat there often and then stroll across the street for a cupcake (although they desserts)!
My wife and I tried this restaurant for the first time this past week. We had the soup and half sandwich, while the sandwich was fine the tomato basil soup was inconsistent . My wife's had good consistency but my cup was watery although the flavor was good. The half sandwich and cup of soup is the same price as... More
We frequent Cody's for take-out baked good, lunch and have had them prepare catering for small gatherings - in particular several breakfast gatherings. Can't say enough about the taste, quality of their food - and Cody and staff.
We had breakfast here and the women were very friendly and the food was good. We had quiche and while it certainly wasn't the best I have ever had there were plenty of vegetables. The fruit that came with our meal was fresh and tasty. My favorite was the hot chocolate. They had things you could add to it like... More
Hot chocolate had add-ins available such as marshmallows and mini M&M's and a couple of flavoring syrups if you wanted to add something special to your drink. We had the farmer's quiche which was crustless with vegetables, cheese and bacon. It was delicious and came with a cup of fresh sliced fruit. It was $8.00 for the quiche and fruit.... More
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