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“a diamond in the rough (and hidden gem, I might add)”
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The Waters Edge Cafe
Price range: $5 - $10
Cuisines: European
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Reviewed March 11, 2014

Found this restaurant quite by accident one morning, while looking for somewhere to have breakfast. What an outstanding find...everything made to order and oh so fresh. I actually look forward to eating here!

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Thank dermgoddess
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Reviewed August 15, 2013 via mobile

Had a great lunch here! Turkey sandwich was fresh and meat was thick cut. Multigrain bread was good and the place was clean. Server was friendly. Will definitely return!

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Thank Matthew P
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Reviewed January 13, 2013

Cozy, nice looking place. Food is awful. Overeasy eggs looked dead. They were overcooked, turned into a suggy mush. The menue advertised fresh fruit. The plate included half of a strabeery on a pinch of lettuce. Sausages were so miniture, even an elf would not be satisfied. Homefries never arrived. When reminded, the server simply ignored the request. I would never come back to this place again.

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Thank Inna_Charest
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Reviewed August 14, 2012

This casual cafe in Pawtuxet Village offers a variety of baked goods, sandwiches, and salads. The food is good and it's nice to relax in this cozy cafe. The staff are friendly and helpful.

The one negative is that they close early. Check their hours before heading to The Waters Edge Cafe.

Thank Liz C
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Reviewed January 30, 2012

I went to the Water's Edge Cafe on a Sunday morning to meet friends for Breakfast. I had never been there but one of my friends stops in for coffee on her way to work which is how she was informed of the fabulous brunch menu offered on Sundays. Parking was easy, and the Village is just lovely and charming. The cafe had a Christmas tree and beautiful planters lining the front door. The place was packed but the food was worth the wait. The staff which seemed to be family owned were happy, helpful and nice. I ordered the Breakfast Brushetta and for under 10bucks I got a huge piece of Italian Bread with tomatoes,avocado,eggs linguica cheese and yummy salsa OMG!!! this was so wonderful but to top it off it came with a free champagne cocktail! My friend ordered a Salmon tortilla and our other friend had poached eggs over some kind of cinnamon croissant on a bed of greens! This was by far one of the best meals and the place was full of locals and just comfortable. I recommend!

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1  Thank Keyla N
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