Now that they have Breakfast on Saturdays and Sundays, my wife and I try to make there once or twice a month. It is a neighborhood restaurant. We have not been there for lunch or dinner, their mainstay, but my wife and I enjoy their breakfasts and home made sausages. She has their thick Challah bread and I their rye bread. One very large piece equal to 3 or 4 from the diners. Veggie omelet was very good and served hot. We are not big people, but both of us were stuffed when we left because the food is natural and wholesome. The interior is dated, but nice. I get great Brighthouse wifi there as well. Coffee was good and hot. Service for us is usually great and I generally over tip in response.