Small, quaint establishment that is not in fact seaside. Dining here for breakfast with my husband and daughter, we didn't have the greatest meal. My spicy chai was good. My husband had warm coffee with stringy, fatty corned beef hash. My huevos ranchero dish was not traditional style but not entirely a miss. So, mine wasn't bad but had to hear the complaints of his meal, that went mostly uneaten. The meal was a little expensive for breakfast.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.