This is a small place, decent parking out front. I have been here many times, it is an ecclectic place, not quite a 'restaurant", more of a breakfast at the home of a friend, in the guise of what might be a cafe. Just a few (crowded) places to sit, a place where you need to know the place before you walk in. Most of the people are "regulars". The bathroom is someplace in the back, I have always ordered from the Specials Board. The Specials are a great mix of opportunities, but in reality they are a bit of a too complex taste experience, almost as if the owner is trying to find the most outrageous things to mix together. But, although a bit of a cacophony, the flavors work well together. Be aware that the flavors are not subtle. if you get the home fires you will experience a life-time of paprika in each bite. That stated, this is a plce that you should experience, just be prepared, this is a situation where I believe that the owner decided to bail out of corporate life and bring his talents to a small towm. By all means, grab onto this experience, but be prepared, it is unique, be ready for a place that is insular, almost a place that does not like strangers, a place that is unique, with food that is somewhat "in your face". Almost as if the Owner had a melt down and decided to tell the world to "step off", and moved to Milford to do things as he knew they should be done.
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