With the amount of poor reviews on line, I am surprised that the owners are not getting the hint. I guess they are comfortable in a market with limited competition
The fact that the parking lot was empty at prime breakfast time was a red flag that I wish I had heeded. The service was ok, and quick, so we cannot fault the waitress who was really quite good. The food however (which is ultimately what you are paying for) left alot to be desired. The eggs were the only hot items on the plate, suggesting that everything else had been prepared hours ahead and then plated when the eggs were ready. The sausage was of a very poor quality, and we guessed it was purchased for the low price and nothing else. It was gritty, and full of fatty gristly bits that could not be chewed. The grits were hard and lumpy (again, cooked too far ahead of time) and flavourless. The toast was cold and un-buttered. The coffee was passable, but we can brew a batter cup at home. The final blow is the price, at $7.99 before coffee, you are better to stay home and cook yourself a decent breakfast with some good Jimmy Dean sausage and creamy grits, or (dare I say it), try the restaurant a little further south with the packed parking lot. You will note at the cash that "Chef Steve" has his business cards prominently displayed. We think the chef needs to re-evaluate his breakfast food selection and line cook, however, the name of the restaurant is bang on!
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