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I stopped here on the was from Assateague to Chestertown. The menu is very extensive. Maybe I just made a wrong pick, but the patty melt I ordered was overcooked on the beef and undercooked on the sauteed onions. They are one of the restaurant...out now that don't salt their fries after cooking them, which stinks because if they're not salted and peppered straight from the oil, it doesn't stick if you try to do it later. Service was decent.More
Stopped for a late lunch on a Saturday. We were seated quickly in the back dining room. Our server was very soft spoken and lacked any personality at all. We ordered 2 plain iced teas and one sweet tea...all three delivered to the table were...plain. It went down hill from there. One soup came right away and was completely consum before the 2nd came to the table, easily 5+minutes. Kids portion of spaghetti was overwhelmingly large for our 7 year old. A chicken salad stuffed tomato was essentially a whole tomatoes cut half was through in eights with a large scoop of chicken salad on top. The tomato was not hollowed out at all and was no where near ripe. Hard to cut and hard to eat. Adding to the problem was the half a bag of salad mix, thickly cut cucumber and banana peppers covering the plater. Thankfully the chicken salad tasted fresh. The 2 other adult meals were ok, nothing special...More
Very nice bacon club sandwich.
With fries and a small soup.
Enough to split between 2 people.
While I side was open. There are nice tables outside.
Call ahead for your order. .but it took less than 10 minutes bfor my order to be ready.
We ordered 12 dinners carryout seven being fried chicken. We had ten people at our beach house. The fried chicken is frozen in a bag not housemade. Really not typical of a diner. Everything else was really good as usual. We have been customers for...many years had alot of differant food here always very good. I was so upset I called in and complained they replaced all five dinners with full turkey dinners. Was exceptional for them to offer that. Our visitors also were impressed. Five star service and five star food except the fried chicken.More
Veal parmesan and a glop of spaghetti that could have fed an army. Unremarkable at best, both the pasta and the veal.
"Could I get a salad without cucumbers?"
And the biggest slice of cucumber in Frankford ... right on top.
"you said I...could get it without cucumber."
"I'll replace it" she said with a hint of disdain.
I've tried this place twice and come away both times disappointed. I'm not going back.More
The food is great. We live in a nearby resort area with over priced, mediocre food in restaurants, especially during tourist season, because they know they can get away with it. This place is a 35 minute drive, but so so worth it. My husband...and I both had a seafood dinner that would have cost $80.00 or more, before alcohol, in our hometown, for under $50, including tip. It was better than any we've eaten in the higher priced places.
I had Salmon Oscar. Perfectly cooked salmon over tender bay scallops, asparagus and fresh, lump crab meat. They put the sauce on the side for me, since I try to limit the creamy sauces. It came with a side of soup or salad. I had the tossed salad with their Greek dressing, which is really wonderful. It came with 2 other sides, so I had broccoli and a baked potato. The broccoli was cooked perfectly--not a soft mush, but cooked to the point of a delicate crunch, and topped with a fresh garlic and a touch of butter. And it also came with dessert. Their rice pudding is exactly how I like it: creamy with no cooked raisins. (this was a dinner special) $16.99
My husband had a seafood special consisting of broiled Tilapia, Shrimp and a beautifully well cooked crab cake. He had the Greek salad, and sides of stewed tomatoes and mac and cheese. He raved over the tenderness of the fish, and he let me taste the crab cake, which was full of lump crab meat. He also had a Greek salad, which he loved, and rice pudding. (The dessert choices for the specials are rice, bread, chocolate or tapioca pudding) $18.99
The service was great: friendly and attentive.
This is a traditional diner in decor: nothing fancy, but the food is excellent. With all of the fancy looking places where we live, and one or two companies owning most of them, the food seems either the same as the next place, or, in an attempt to be different, a mix of flavors that don't go together, and just seem to have been put together to be unusual.
There is no alcohol served, but I imagine you could bring your own--but I'd check first because I'm not sure of that. Highly recommend.More