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I didn't expect I would find healthy choice here, But I like the sandwich I ordered. They're fresh and tasty. The setting of this cafe was wonderful with fresh flowers and display arts.We felt we're seating in the garden. It's true to the name!
I used to meet friends here for lunch-food is good, comfortable, easy to converse. However the entrance has been moved quite a bit further from the parking lot, a long walk for a senior. It is unlikely I will come here again for that reason.
We ate our lunch there when arriving at the gardens before buying tickets for our visit. The soup of the day was Bean and Beacon or Chicken Minestrone. We picked the bean soup and it was too salty, so we replaced with the Minestrone and...More
Excellent chicken salad (and I make a very good one). Theirs had white meat chicken, walnuts, pineapple, dried cherries and celery. It was served on a very soft, good multigrain bread with a small side salad. Grandkids had PB & J; Hot Dog and Soft...More
A cute, comfortable cafe with windows all around, offering a view of some of the gardens, it also has a glass ceiling. The seasonally changing menu has an emphasis on local products and offers sandwiches, soups, salads and small bites. They also serve dinner on...More
I tried the Michigan Cherry salad here and it was delicious :) I would recommend the cafe for adults; there were choices but they were limited for Children. They did have a variety of beverages which I found good.
Yes, this is a cafeteria-style restaurant. Yes, it is located within a public attraction. But don't let these things deter you. This is a very nice place to have lunch.
The setting is beautiful. There is outdoor seating next to a water feature, while the...More