While staying two nights in Lyndonville we ate breakfast here twice. The first time was on Sunday morning. The place was very busy and we ate in what appeared to be the smaller, more narrow room with tables close together. The waitresses were very rushed and the place definitely had a hectic feel. Unfortunately, I did not order a good choice as I had the french toast and it was deep fried. I am not a fan of deep fried foods and I should have thought about it a little more or clarified how it was fixed with the waitress which I did not. The french toast did not agree with my stomach. The maple syrup that came with it although real was rather bland. My husband had the biscuits and gravy with eggs and said it was just okay. The prices are good. Although we did not like our dining experience that much, we returned the next day as there are not many restaurant choices in the area. Since it was a Monday, it was much less busy, we ate in another part of the restaurant and the experience was entirely different. I had an omelette special with vegetables inside and bacon (it was so loaded with bacon and I am a bacon lover). My husband liked the breakfast better this time as well and our waitress was very nice. This is a cute restaurant with of course a diner atmosphere.
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