Food was awful, restaurant smelled of mold! Do not eat here! Pretty sure we are going to be sick. ..:s
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The food was extremely good and nicely presented. A large variety of Guatemalan wares the owners Denise & Kent bring back from their annual winter migration are for sale displayed throughout a turn of the century building.
A spot we always enjoy a stop at, A pound or two of the coffee my husband (the coffee drinker) always refers to as 'the best' always finds it way home with us as we'll.
Overall a pleasant experience along the scenic Highway 3.
The food took forever and it was cold, The service is slow but friendly. The kitchen is filthy. Makes me wonder what am I actually eating..I don't like this place, Its convenient right off the junction,, But that's it..This poor place need a serious face lift.
I am sorry to hear that you had a bad experience at our cafe. We have a small menu of soup and sandwiches, and they are usually quick to make.
It's true ,that our cafe is situated in a turn of the century log building, but our kitchen and bathrooms are a fairly new addition that we built 9 years ago.
Our kitchen is very clean, and inspected annually by the Health Department, with never any problem.
Are you sure you are reviewing the right cafe in Rock Creek.
Please stop by and visit us again
Coffee is fresh ground, each cup brewed individually. Surprising, remarkable food. Locally-made breads, excellent prices, even a $6 dish comes with extra touches, a small bowl of luscious mouth-watering marinated local vegetables or a fruit skewer. Best humus ever. Brie & cranberries. Seafood bisque with cornmeal muffin. We order 2 dishes to share, because who can decide? Great spicing - owners make & sell their blends. Owners are travelers & sell Guatemalan handmade goods. We enjoyed sitting outside, no smokers when we were there. Oh, and if it is open (when the laundry is on the line), wander across the road to Rags, Relics & Rutabagas - a fun & charming collectables shop.
Wow we had an amazing lunch and the coffee is great as well. Very surprised this little gem exists in this town in the middle of nowhere. Very laid back atmosphere but friendly.