I hadn't read the TripAdvisor reviews before we went--the front desk staff at our hotel recommended Kaber's. I can understand both the good reviews and the poor ones, this place is definitely old and has not been tarted up in many years--it is very much like a place that was in its heyday in the 50s or 60s and hasn't had a facelift since. And the food is definitely not haute cuisine, it's also a bit of an echo of times past.
But our food was quite good, and I don't say that lightly. The catfish was served whole and it filled the plate (it was that big), and the chicken livers with bacon, mushrooms and onions (who dares to put such a thing on their menu any more?) was delicious, and I'm not all that fond of chicken livers. Soup, salad, and main for $9.95 (for what we ordered), beers $3.75 a pint. The lady who served our table was friendly and competent.
From the outside of the building, it does indeed look like a place you wouldn't want to go, and if it hadn't been recommended to us, we never would have considered it. We were glad we went.
If you go, head left through the door to find the restaurant (the bar is to the right, and it definitely doesn't look like a place to have dinner).
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