I've been to this charming cafe by the sea twice -- once for lunch and recently for breakfast. The food is quite delicious, but a tiny bit pricey for the portions delivered. For lunch I ordered one of their salads --- and left hungry.
For breakfast, I was recommended to try the German panCAKE (not pancakes) for the hefty price of $8.95. No "extras" were included, so I had to order (for an additional $2 or so a side of grits which was served in a 3 ounce dish....I still left hungry. Now if I pay $13.00 for a breakfast -- I want to feel FULL for the day. I'm also not happy with the recent trend of restaurants to charge $2 or more for a beverage and keep the size the same.
I will say that the pancake was extremely delicious, and takes up to 30 minutes to prepare fresh.
The cafe has a charming atmosphere; service both times has been slightly wanting (as in no refills on beverage and waitress disappearing each time) but if you're very hungry, try other cafes in the area instead. Or eat something light before you visiting.
VERY IMPORTANT TIP for weekenders: Don't go after 9 a.m. or else seating will be a bear; fortunately our host knew this so we had no problem getting a large table, although the service diminished dismally when the crowds poured in -- I counted just two servers, a hostess who's only job duty seemed to be overseeing the crowded eatery, and a guy who appeared to perhaps be the manager bustling back and forth, but not necessarily "doing" anything. Still, try the German panCAKE dish for a culinary delightful taste -- but not for feeling satisfied at the end of spending approx $11 for meal and beverage.
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