This is a great little find. The restaurant is in a house over 100 years old and run by great folks with excellent restaurant history in Plano. From the start when you see all the fresh vegetables in the front garden you know you are in for a treat. All the food I have tried so far has been great. And as with little non-chain places, you get to talk with the people there and see how passionate they are about what they do. On our last visit we asked about the bread and got to hear how it is made. Badhi ('pronounced close to Buddy') even came out to play the accordion for us. It was one of the best restaurant evenings we have had. Always one of our favorites. Grandma was on the accordion visit with us and could not stop talking about this place.
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