The cafe now has a sign, and is not so hard to find, although we still had to pay attention in order not to drive on by. It's a little way south of Trees of Mystery, on the east side of the highway.
We saw immediately that the portions of other diners were quite large, and we opted to share one order of salmon. It was as fresh as we've ever had, and perfectly cooked. The fried potatoes were tender and almost sweet, and the cole slaw was also very fresh, and freshly dressed as well.
We finished with berry cobbler, which was as delicious as the main meal.
Sharon, the proprietor, waited on us personally, and she is a really lovely person. By the time we left, we felt as though we'd made a new friend.
We recommend "A Good Place to Eat" most highly, and shall return when we are in the vicinity for sure.
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