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Reviewed September 15, 2019

I really enjoyed having lunch at Audrey's Cafe! I had white arrow breakfast made with superb eggs, delicious potatoes and bacon. It was cooked to the right flavor and texture, the fruit was natural. The service was warm and cordial, and the decor felt like...sitting in a modern art museum in the woods, with open space and plenty of light. It was a pleasant surprise as my wife and I were looking for a place to eat, any place, as we were both hungry after a few hours of hiking in Mt. Monadnock. I am glad we found Audrey's Cafe.More

Date of visit: September 2019
Reviewed September 5, 2019

I used to stop on a regular basis when I was commuting. The hamburgers were generous and the onion rings were nice and crisp. The menu is what you would expect from a roadside diner. It was been rebuilt and is spacious and clean inside.

Date of visit: October 2018
Reviewed February 17, 2019

We've lived in the area for some time, have driven by Audrey's numerous times, finally decided to stop in, and so glad we did. We were thoroughly surprised, in a good way, by the food and decor.

Date of visit: February 2019
Malaise L, Owner at Audrey's Cafe, responded to this reviewResponded February 20, 2019

Thank you for giving us a chance Ana. So long you enjoyed your restaurant.

Reviewed December 7, 2018

This place is very unlike anything else in the southern NH area. One would be able to tell from the road that a lot of money has been incorporated into the modern grand window style building. This is one of those places that you drive...past and forget about it immediately. However, don't be fooled. We were hungry for breakfast around 1 pm on a rainy gray snowy Sunday. No other places were open past 2 and we hate to be those folks. Remembered Audrey's after driving past, looked them up and found out they are open for brunch until 3pm Sunday. We made our decision and drove here. The parking lot is very well hidden from view of the road, and we pulled in and the place was busy. Parked and found the entrance hidden behind the modern faux wall and entered. Grand windows/door shows clear view of cafeteria style seating. Tables and chairs are alluminum and metal with old 50's style colors meets modern cool new age designs. We felt a warm good vibe immediately. Tons of staff bustling around the kitchen where you can see the cooks behind the half wall working away cooking (very cool!) and there is a bar that is the length of the 'kitchen' that was also very alluring. I fell in love with the planter wall and the cool-techy ceiling fans. My date is from Boston and said this place felt like it had been plucked from a Boston location and placed in the middle of new hampshire. We saw the menu, prices are really decent here. We've tried many places around for breakfast and have yet to find anything that even comes close to what Audrey's was boasting. We ordered, received food very quickly and it was so tasty. Hash was real corned beef chunks and potatoes, eggs and toast, sausage, etc. We paid 20 bucks for 2 people for breakfast. Felt appropriate and wait staff was so friendly and accommodating. I could certainly see this place not being for everyone, as the chairs might not accommodate larger bottomed folks, and some have complained in other reviews of the seating room. But very attractive and new favorite local for us to visit. We are making Audrey's a part of our normal routine. LOVE!More

Date of visit: December 2018
Malaise L, Owner at Audrey's Cafe, responded to this reviewResponded December 8, 2018

Thank you so much for your thoughtful review. Having happy costumers makes it all worth it

Reviewed October 28, 2018 via mobile

Met a co-worker here for breakfast. Waite staff was pleasant and friendly. The checked in with us just enough to make sure we didn’t need anything. Out two orders were served just right and freshly made. Definitely would recommend this place.

Date of visit: October 2018
Reviewed July 22, 2018

The new building is very cool, and the new menu is great and always changing with something new and exciting.

Date of visit: July 2018
Reviewed July 14, 2018

One of the most impressive drinks I have ever seen served is their version of the Bloody Mary. The Monadnock Mary features a spindle with asparagus spears, lime slices, olives, pickle slices, and a jalapeno pepper, in addition to the customary celery stalk. You have...to eat your way down through this in order to get to the drink, which was the least salty Bloody Mary I ever had. I watched our server prepare it. She appeared to be new at her job--she did not know that the pepper was a jalapeno, nor how it functioned. I figured it out--the pepper is open at the top. The drink mixture infiltrates the pepper. You lift the pepper out with the spindle and squeeze the juice back out into the drink. The more times you do this, the hotter your drink gets. You get this in a one-liter Mason jar for all of $9. The food is good, a lot better than the previous version of the cafe before new management and ownership took over and rebuilt the cafe a few years ago. The landscaping is quite tasteful, the building decor modern industrial. The wall outside of the restrooms has numerous planters that form a green wall similar to what you see at fancy garden attractions. Several groups took selfies with this green wall as the backdrop. The cafe is not designed for good acoustics. As some previous reviews note, the building can get quite loud and noisy, even with the tables less than half full. I had to raise my voice several times to converse with my companion because she could not hear my normal tone of voice. Their turkey chili was mostly turkey meat, complemented with the beans, corn, and spices. You could make a complete lunch of just a cup of the chili (which was, in fact, a bowl) and a small appetizer. Their grilled chicken sandwich is a sizable meal. If you ask for bacon, you get a generous portion for your $3 extra. The waffle fries are spicy but not too salty. The chefs here do not over salt their creations. Companion's seared ahi tuna tower was good, but the rice was underdone and somewhat dry. It took us a few tries to flag our server and ask for some extra siracha sauce. Our server was quite busy, always on the move. She was on a learning curve. We did not get any napkins or flatware until after she had delivered our meals. But she did prioritize waiting on patrons who had not placed their orders over checking on ones who already had their food. We would definitely go back. Next time it will be perfect!More

Date of visit: July 2018
Malaise L, Owner at Audrey's Cafe, responded to this reviewResponded August 5, 2018

Thank you for your very thoughtful review. We will take your input into consideration and hope you will find service on your next visit worthy of the rest of the experience

Reviewed July 9, 2018 via mobile

This diner is right on Rt101.The new menu is great! Good selection, affordable prices, servers very friendly. When it's full it can get a bit noisy.

Date of visit: June 2018
Reviewed May 13, 2018

I enjoyed a Mother’s Day breakfast and found the service quick and friendly. I love that they offer real butter and real maple syrup. The lobster spinach omelet was delicious! Side of sourdough bread was also excellent. New facility is bright and open

Date of visit: May 2018
Reviewed March 3, 2018 via mobile

Great place for breakfast. Pancakes are awesome. Waitress go out of the way to be friendly and helpful.

Date of visit: March 2018
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I really wanted a variety as in more than 2 types. I'm checking into Dublin General Store's muffin selection.
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Audrey's Cafe is rated accordingly in the following categories by Tripadvisor travelers:
  • Food: 4
  • Service: 4.5
  • Value: 4