we had the lumberjack slam. i assumed this would be a big hearty breakfast fit for lumberjacks prior to a day of felling mejestic trees in the frozen north. actually it was 2 snags, 2 cremated bacon strips and a slice of ham/bacon, some grated potato which had apparently been cooked byt was so aneamic looking it looked closer to cheese than hash browns and a couple of the obligatory fluffy buttermilk pancakes.
the issues i had were not with the friendly and attentive staff, or the lacklustre food but the total frownyness at children. we have a 2 yo with us and he was looked at like he has three heads just beause he talks a bit loud, we felt so unwelcome ( since there were no colouring pencils etc that you would expect in a family diner) that we had to take it in turns to take him out to walk around the ample (sarcasm... did you spot that?) 12 car car park.
they need to cater to childrens needs for more than the highly priced and frankly lacklustre kids meals and offer either free drinks or colouring or toys to play with included int he meal price. we took his toy with us but he was much more interested in the blind chord (which had been secured but was now broken and a choking hazzard) and the salt cellar which couldnt be put far enough out of his reach on the small table.
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