We went with our 2-1/2 yers old daugher for Sunday brunch. The place is kids friendly, as soon as the waitress knew we had a toddler, she brought crayons and the kid's menu had drawings and other activities to entertaint her. My daughter had spaghetti and meatballs. It came with applesauce and sundae ice-cream, for $6.65 it was very reasonable price. My wife had the lunch feature which was open oven turkey sandwich with sparragus soup and vegetables for $10.95. I had their famous fish and chips dinner for $10.95, also came with soup (youget to choose any two side dishes from a list). The spaghetti came with two meatballs. My daughter finished the meatballs but didnt like the spaghetti, i forgot to try it to know what was wrong with it as she likes spaghetti. The applesauce and sundae must be good as she finished them all. The turkey sandwich was served with two big slices of turkey, cranberry sauce and a ball of the turkey stuffing. The turkey had good flavour but it was a bit dry and the cranberry sauce seemed to be homemade. The turkey stuffing wasnt that great, so she ate a quarter of it. My fish and chips was very good, big portion and the batter was perfect. One of the best fish and chips I had in a very long time. I had the same dish the night before at M&J Broasting chicken restaurant and their fish and chips wasnt as big portion and far as good as this place. Not wonder I noticed a lot of people ordering the fish dinner. If you go there, I highly recommend you to try it. You can have coleslaw and soup if you dont want the fries with it.
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