We stayed 2 nights at Village Inn at Apgar and ate at Eddie's the whole time. Ok, I admit it, we were lazy. We didn't want to have to go through the GNP entrance over and over again since at times there were long lines so we just ate at Eddie's Cafe.
I agree with other posters that the service tended to be slow. One night I tried to order their "famous" broasted chicken, but was told by the waitress that it would take 25 minutes so I took her recommendations and ordered the grilled chicken avocado sandwich. Well, that took 25 minutes to get to the table, so I wondered how long the broasted chicken would have actually taken. We would get there within 10 minutes of their opening at 7 AM when the restaurant was mostly empty, but the food didn't seem to arrive any faster either.
The food, well, they were ok. The huckleberry cobbler was way too sweet, but good thing I had the huckleberry ice cream to dilute the sweetness. The huckleberry ice cream was good.
At least the food and restaurant was clean because my husband (with a sensitive stomach) never had a problem eating there.
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