You may think you have accidentally wandered into an old folks home when entering Sugarmill Restaurant. A 1970's decor and often weirdly silent, you basically get what you pay for. It's difficult to mess up breakfast and Sugarmill's is acceptable. The lunches are bland and really do remind me of the old Swanson TV dinners my mom cooked in the oven. Remember the ole Salisbury steak and mashed potatoes? The meatloaf and potatoes taste exactly the same.
I have a hard time complaining about Sugarmill because it is what it is. It's cheap bland food at cheap prices. Nothing fancy, nothing seasoned. Lunches are about $5-$8 with some bland salt free soup that isn't bad if you salt it up. The moussaka however is pretty darn good and it's only about $6. The waitress' are kind of hardened veterans that appear to have been caught up in that perpetual nicotine addict / server hustling to pay bills but spending a large percentage of tips on cigarettes instead of attire and modern hair styles. You can coax some friendliness out of them, but not much. Remember it's CASH ONLY! It's food for cheap. And customers that don't socialize a whole lot.
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