Let's make one thing clear from the start... no matter how kitschy, how indy-rock, how whatever the Toast is, it is above all a diner.
Those who wrote bad reviews didn't grasp this concept.
Once you accept that it's not fine dining, that the coffee is terrible, that you have to wait for breakfast on the weekends and that you won't be served on china, you'll love it. Oh, and if you're nice, the servers will be, too. If you're a jackass, they won't bother with you.
The menu is eclectic and varied. They make terrific use of fresh-baked bread and locally produced foodstuffs. My personal favorite is either the ham/cheese/asparagus sandwich on the delicious Anadama bread (a must-try in itself!) or the simple egg sandwich with local cheeses on toasted Anadama and extra-grilled home fries.
Don't overlook the daily specials... always inventive, always fresh, always yummy.