Popped in just on the off chance as friends had said it was good. Sad to see the number of bad reviews on here, but will write as I find. The place was heaving when we arrived with a full carpark, so It was no surprise that there was not an empty table, but the young lady who greeted us asked if we minded taking a seat at the bar whilst she sorted us one. (Top marks girl, that's what i call good service!). In the time it took me to quaff a half of my beer, the young lady behind the bar had given us menus and taken our order so "we wouldn't have to wait too long". The first girl had found us a table and we then sat and it took about 15 minutes for our food to arrive. (No problem as far as I am concerned, I would rather wait for something good than get served crap quickly!) The food arrived, piping hot, big portions and well presented. We ate, enjoyed and people watched as we like to. The restaurant had a mixed clientele of all age groups and everyone seemed to be enjoying themselves. We left and paid our bill, which I thought was quite reasonable for what we had. Plus left a £4 tip. I would go back again, it is what it is "An American Style Diner", it isn't Michelin Starred Gastro Dining, but it was tasty and good value in clean and tidy surroundings with a good attempt to give the US Diner feel.The staff were all working hard and those who served us were great. The young blonde girl who sorted our table was well on the ball and the other girls were clearing tables and prepping them with superb efficiency. (Big pet hate of mine when you go to a venue and the tables are littered with dirty crockery and debris...NOT HERE!). As we left, I noticed the booking book was open on the counter and the place was booked solid for the rest of the day, so they must be doing something right.So well done see you again. Oh, as a note, on leaving we drove past the "Little Thief" (As we called them from my biking days) a half mile toward Honiton and there were 3 cars in the car park....my case rests.