We met some friends for lunch at Keys. We were to be seated quickly. We were thankful for this because one of our friends recently had surgery. The service was exceptional. The food was great, and a good value.
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Came across this little gem while out for a walk. Classic old building provided for a great environment. A bit clangy and noisy however not a big issue as we enjoyed our conversation without issue nor need to yell across the table. Went in for late breakfast early lunch and enjoyed it so much I nearly licked the plate clean.... More
Had breakfast there, place is crowded on Sunday morning, the service was good and fast but the food average. Typical dinner food with nothing special. RSTMN6/10
I wish I could be writing a review about the food everyone has raved about! We were in town for a volleyball tournament and as the team chaperone, I called 2 weeks ahead to get a lunch reservation for our first day to include a total of 25 people, athletes and parents. I spoke to Luis the first time who... More
I ordered a vegetable omelette and shared cinnamon French toast with my friend. The food was served hot and fresh and the service was excellent. It was freezing cold when we arrived, but it warmed up (they turned the air up as the crowd thinned out).
we were in St Paul for over a month and found this cafe to help get a little home cooking. Breakfast has the usuals plus corned beef or turkey hash, multiple pancake options, lots of omelettes, waffles, and low and behold grits. Dinner menu included meatloaf and turkey with the trimmings. the staff was always super and accommodating. We went... More
I had a lunch of appetizers which were delicious . There were a trio of my choice and the portions were large. Chicken pot stickers, fried pickles, and hot fried shrimp with 3 different dipping sauces. All very tasty and spicy except the pot stickers. They were not spicy. Service was friendly and efficient
We stopped there on our way to a play at the History Theatre. My burger and sweet potato fries were delicious.
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