Overall, when you walk in the cafe feels welcoming. It's sort of cafeteria style, ordering at the front. Glenna, the owner, bakes all her stuff there and you can see the display case. She doesn't bake the Cornish Pasties, but they're awesome nonetheless. Amazing sandwiches, with a lot of bread choices and I noticed the Esso in town sells wrapped versions of Market Street Sandwiches.
Breakfast is better than other places in town, but lacking in Benny selections. Has the basics, and the staff is obliging if you want grilled onions and sausage or something like that.
The homemade Caesar dressing is to DIE for if you like garlic.
Prices are reasonable, cheaper than a lot of places in town and the portions are MASSIVE. Love the home fries, even though they call them hash-browns for some reason.
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