This place was recommended by a couple of people we talked too. They did not disappoint as the food was excellent.
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We asked a young fellow working at the Hector Museum where’s the best place in town to eat. He referred us to the Stone Soup Cafe! My husband chose the one piece haddock and fries - he still is raving about it! I chose the...More
The wait staff seemed to be new to the job but the kitchen staff certainly knew how to prepare delicious soup. I tried the special of a grilled Apple, Beef, and Cheddar sandwich. Perfectly crispy and deliciously gooey.
Sit at one of the outdoor tables and enjoy delcious food. We had the Lobster Benny (like Benedict) and the Lobster Skillet. Both plentiful and delicious. Full of lobster. Yum.
Stopped here for breakfast. Home fried were amazing, sausage delish,and coffee perfect with constant refills. Service was a bit slow. Overall, good way to start the day!
Excellent food. With a limited but varied menu. I chose a great pasta and sausage dish and my partner chose a great curry and rice plate. Amazingly both dishes were heated through and must have had heated plating as they stayed hot till we finished....More
We stopped by this café this morning. My daughter was looking for the lobster Benny that she had read about previously. So we went in thinking well, probably will be overpriced with very little lobster. Wow,were we ever wrong! The lobster Benny was fabulous. The...More
I have enjoyed all the meals that I have had in this small restaurant. Each one was above average and the service was professional and friendly.
This was absolutely a fantastic find! The food is amazingly great and the service was personalized and superb! But be prepared! Your plates will be overflowing with the best food ever! Go hungry! And save room for their made-from-scratch dessert!
You know how a member of the wait staff can make your evening wonderful. Well, sorry I don’t know her name but our person was wonderful. We had a wonderful meal on top of that. Highly recommended. Only recommendation I would have is use baked...More