I had lunch there on a Saturday around 1 pm. There were only a couple of people in the restaurant. I went in because their sign outside stated Fish and Chips $7.95. The hostess said she was the owner's girlfriend. She was not very friendly. The waitress, Mary, was very nice and did her job. Two of the waitresses were quibbling about some work matter that I really didn't want to hear, but had no choice.
The fish and chips were good, as was the small salad. The blue cheese dressing was very thin and seemed watered down with not a lot of taste.
If they had air conditioning, it was not working well, as it was quite warm in the dining room. They had a case where I'm assuming bakery items were to be sold, but it was empty.
All in all, the food was good for the price.
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