Stopped here for a quick lunch after crossing the border.
Simple but tasty, home-cooked and surprising variety for the size of the restaurant. Menu offered lots of seafood, great variety of sandwiches, some salads (more than just the usual iceberg lettuce with garnish), soups, fried things, all-day breakfasts, and homemade pies and desserts. Specialty diets not addressed on menu, but most other than severe allergies can likely be accomodated as they were happy to accomodate substitutions. Vegans may be stuck with salad. Eggs were done as requested. Homefries tasty and made from scratch but very greasy. Poutine made with shredded cheese instead of curds, and choice of beef or turkey gravy. Nice club sandwich. I regret not having room for pie.
Excellent. Not a single thing to complain about. Service was friendly, attentive, and quick. Our waitress made sure we knew which options would cost extra before ordering. She refilled our water glasses frequently, and offered again after we'd recieved our bill and finished our food, which I particularly appreciated. The other servers all had smiles and checked in as well. Granted, the restaurant was less than half full during our visit, but all the staff kept busy.
Very basic. Restaurant is small and a bit of a shack. My chair was not fully attached to its support and there was an extremely battered metal heating duct going floor to ceiling next to our table. It was bright and not dingey, though.
There is a ramp, only maybe five feet long, but it is quite steep. Inside, there is a good amount of space between most tables. Did not investigate bathroom, but it appeared to be around a corner too tight to navigate in wheelchair.
Great. Similar prices to fast food but much more pleasant.
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