We were here for Sunday breakfast, which was a buffet for $12.99. It was fairly standard. Not a lot of choices. There was french toast in the warmers, but no toast or other bread offered, which was kind of strange. Perhaps some cereals and yoghurt would have been nice too. I think there was mini roasted potatoes, scrambled eggs, ham, peameal bacon, (very greasy) regular bacon, and french toast. They had some waffles and pancakes you could make on your own and a variety of sauces to put on them. There were some platters with fresh fruit as well, although a lot of strawberries were quite mushy. We were with a large crowd, so I guess this was Ok in order that everyone could have their food around the same time. They seemed somewhat stressed that there was a lot of us, although the rest of the place seemed pretty empty. Thought they'd be happy to have some business in this somewhat quiet town!!
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