I went here for an early morning breakfast, and got the scrambled eggs, turkey sausage and hash-browns. The turkey sausage was frankly gross, badly spiced and tasted like very low quality meat. The eggs and hashbrowns were decent, but on balance, I felt like the breakfast was overpriced for what it was. That is when the waiter noticed that I had eaten just the tiniest corner of the hash browns, and to my shock asked, not rhetorically, if the turkey sausage wasn't very good. He was attentive in a serious way, in part because he cared enough to have been mentioning exactly this item from the menu as not having been eaten by almost any customer. He deserves a medal, because very few staff at diners care enough to try to actively improve the place. When you go, ASK the waitstaff what they think about your order!
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