Referred by a friend, which is sometimes not the best way to pick an eatery, w stopped in for breakfast on our way to do some gold panning at the Kennedy River.
The place doesn't look like much, an old house converted to a cafe, with hokey signage, it's located off to the side of the Whiskey Creek Co-op. Often these kind of places can be pretty scary, especially in the U.S, as we've discovered to our great dismay. However, this one is perhaps the exception to the rule, clean and tidy inside with a neat little seating area and a few tables outside.
The food was excellent!! Best breakfast sandwich on a Kaiser I've had for a long time, maybe ever. The whole gang was well pleased with their food and the price was a steal for the food we had. If they had better coffee, they would get 10 out of 10.
Service was fast and efficient
The lunch and dinner menu looks like the usual small town cafe fare.
Definite markdown for a return visit.
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