We visited on Friday, June 7, 2013 at about 12:45 pm. The appearance is tired and worn. The clientele is mostly senior citizens. My wife at 53 was by far the youngest person in the restaurant.
The food is very average. Given the 1/3 full restaurant during the noon hour, I have to guess that the majority of the food is frozen and then fried or reheated as the small numbers of diners probably could not sustain a place that would cook from scratch. Not that there's anything wrong with that, but again, this is average American small town fare. The menu is varied, but questionable as to the freshness, in my opinion.
So...I ordered a Chef Salad. I will admit that the lettuce was fresh and cold. The meats were simply sliced processed cold cuts and there was no egg in the salad. The croutons were soggy and flavorless. The French dressing was food service grade and forgettable. My wife had the lunch buffet which was typical small town cafe style with multiple canned vegetables, whipped potatoes, etc.
No need to return for average.
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