Our daughter took us there for a lunch. She has spent time there studying as it was across the street from the East Duke Campus. The bake goods looked amazing, but unfortunately after the delicious meal there was no room. I had a special of the day, Shrimp and grits. The grits were creamy and had some cheese in them. The shrimp were well cooked, not overly done, and covered with a somewhat sweet house sauce that was made with onion, and tomatoes. My wife had a very good French Toast served with Strawberries and Bananas, which I had to try out.
The service is a bit awkward, you order at the counter and is given a number for you table. The problem came when she ordered orange juice and didn't know to wait at the counter. She returned to the table confused as to where the juice was. About 5 minutes later we heard our table number called and her juice was ready at the counter. The food came in a reasonable time period and the staff was friendly and responded to our request for extra napkins quickly.
For those needing it there were power strips along the wall behind the booths and of course free wireless connection.
The restaurant obviously caters to the students, the parking lot is not very large and is shared with a number of other businesses. That said we did manage to find a spot on the first try.
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