it's just OK for an off the beaten path place. We were there for b'fast, service was very good! 1+1 french toast was good except for the hard crust. The Ham n cheese omelet was to have chunk Black Forrest ham, no chunks but thin slivers of BF ham, traces of cheddar cheese, bland.... and the Sourdough toast was/is actually white toast, sooo thin I thought I was having Communion! Place was busy with people who must not care what goes into their mouth. The cooks had lots of facial hair with no nets, we saw one wipe his greasy head and nose with his hands and proceeded to handle food!! The locals there must have stolen all the good flat ware as all they give you is the cheap Sam's Club brand of Bakers Chef, the ones that cost $5.00 for a pack of 12, be careful you don't cut yourself on the cheap thin steel. Really! But nice touch of lemon with the water, and service was good. So if you don,t mind dirty cooks with hidden surprises of facial hair in your food, cheap flat ware,
(I'm surprised they didn't serve paper plates,) and a deceptive menu, then this Ghetto place is for you.
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