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Do yourself a favour and have Breakfast here (I’m sure other meals are great too). I had the veggie omelet and it was as good or better than you would find in 95% of the upper end restaurants in large cities. But, forget the food...More
My husband and I went here for breakfast and expected great things based on the reviews but were very disappointed. Service was extremely slow with only one server for most or all of the tables (ten maybe). The server didn’t ask how my husband wanted...More
There was only one staff member to sever about ten tables. The coffee was self serve and urns were empty after our first cup, I brought it to her attention that they were out of coffee. Everybody was waiting and it took at least 15...More
We loved this place. Another reviewer used the word quirky, and it is, but in a good way. It’s filled with antique toasters and coffee pots. The best decor for breakfast!
We had both breakfast and lunch here. The food was superb and creative. I...More
You won’t be able to stop looking around at all the vintage toasters and decor. Food is very good made in the small kitchen ! Sit relax since no one is in a hurray anyway! All just goes with the quirky nature of this town
A quaint museum atmosphere surrounded us as we had a delightful birthday breakfast at the Toastworks. The coffee and breakfast were great and the waiter Daniel was very pleasant and interested in what we were doing. We loved all the old appliances and of course...More