I have been twice now, and will continue to go back often. Both times I ordered breakfast, because getting breakfast until 2PM daily is my idea of a great start to any day.
The hash browns are perfect every time - and advertised to be Cajun spicy - but I didn't notice a particular spiciness. I had the Pain Perdue - a type of French toast covered in pecans and a honey rum syrup. OMG! Delish! That has to be on your to do list when you go. I had eggs benedict the first trip and while the egg could have been a touch less cooked, it was very good and I noticed there was one kind of benedict from the menu on every table in the restaurant so they must be well known for them. They have artichoke benedict, and fried green tomato benedict to name a few. I just had the regular one and it was good.
The second trip I had Pain Perdue as I said and bacon and eggs breakfast. Also very good. The menu is extensive and they serve all three meals a day. I look forward to dinner there and many more breakfasts excursions. (By the way the staff both days were very friendly, probably some great kids from Cal Poly and we were well taken care of.)
Don't let the location (at the entrance to a freeway in a motel) fool you. This is a great little secret in San Luis Obispo.