We had lunch at the restaurant on a very cold January day so we were glad to see that they had two homey soups to offer and that their wood burning oven was working!
The restaurant is cozy, warm and inviting and although we did make reservations there really wasn’t a crowd – I guess this is due to the winter season and the really bad weather.
Our server was very nice; she invited us to warm up by the wood burning oven and was courteous throughout. We did remark that the music playing in the restaurant was really great and she explained how they were using an App. to get the play list – we got the details and will use this tip ourselves.
We order sweet potato soup to start that came in a cheery colorful bowl with a round loaf of homemade bread on a cutting board. There were two accompanying dips - eggplant and black lentils and olive oil/balsamic vinegar – both delicious. The soup was rich, thick and delicious with just the right amount of ginger.
For our main course we ordered a hamburger & French fries and a fried chicken cutlet (schnitzel) with mashed potatoes. Both plates were hearty, well presented and delicious. We both ate half of each and were in agreement that both dishes were wholesome good food – comfort food if you will.
To end we had an espresso and tea with mint leaves respectively and a dessert plate of five little pies and vanilla ice cream (kosher). The pies were pecan, peach, apple, chocolate and almond – all delicious and all gone way too quickly.
This restaurant is a great stop for lunch, really good service and the food is delicious.
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