The food was OK but expensive. This is Quakertown, not Paris. You would think that if you spend $13 on a special breakfast entree and another 2.50 on tea the they would throw in home fries, but that is not the case. Home fries are a separate $2.50 item that they try to push on you.
Another thing--it seems like they are trying for a rustic "country kitchen" kind of look, what with the various food items being stacked up in piles around the chef and uncovered, including the salmon cream cheese filling for the omelettes. Why would someone be compelled to try the mufflins which are out in the open with flies buzzing around? Get some covers for the food--just a suggestion.
It seems like this place is still trying to get it together.
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