It's sort of like eating around the dinner table when you were a kid, at least if that took place on a farm 40 or 50 years ago, and you were visiting grandmother. That is sort of the environment you will find at Erika's in Westfield. This is a small community north of the rush, rush of city life in Indianapolis, and a place where the pace is a little slower and the folks have time to visit with you.
The food takes that same favor and comes to you without a lot of fanfare. Itis just good food at a reasonable price, and waitresses who pay attention when your coffee cup beings to reach that empty point.
And just like grandmothers house you will look forward to going back to Erika's again and again.
By the way, make sure you try the biscuits and gravy if you get there around breakfast time.
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