Happened to be passing through Dover at lunch time and decided to stop here. It was a good decision.
The atmosphere is typical "Town Cafe" - a good thing. The food was a cross between home-cooking and diner. The broasted chicken (which I haven't seen on a menu in ages!) was flavorful and juicy and is served in a more than generous portion with delicious sides. They also serve an unusual chicken sandwich with provolone and fiddleheads (only in season, I presume). We had it grilled on seeded rye bread rather than the advertised bulky roll and it was delicious.
The appetizer (fried cauliflower) was tasty and perfectly cooked. Their apple crumble dessert is one of the better ones I've tasted.
A friendly and helpful staff and a comfortable family feel contributed to a wonderful lunch at a reasonable price.
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