We visited here for a family dinner (three people). The restaurant is situated in an industrial area across from the Holiday Inn Express Hotel, so is a little hard to find. It was stiflingly hot in the restaurant, and the menu is definitely for an older traditional crowd. Meals are large - traditional hot turkey and hot beef sandwiches, smoked meat sandwiches, and burgers. French fries are standard. I was disappointed as the menu claimed "home made soups daily" but it was surely a canned soup (vegetable). The Greek salad was 90% iceberg lettuce, and included a little red onion, a couple of Kalamata olives and two pieces of tomato, with a bottled dressing. It was OK. Coffee was good.
The service was excellent - the server was gracious, attentive and efficient. One must pay at the counter as there is no wireless payment equipment available. The restaurant is very crowded before five - arrive extra early.