We had a party of 7 on a Sunday afternoon. Service was a little slow for there being very few patrons. The menu was about what you'd expect at many Franklin restaurants. The facilities were quaint and clean and it was pretty unique. It's my understanding they have live music on Fri and Sat nights. My husband had the Monte Carlo which was essentially a ham and cheese sandwich, dipped in pancake batter and deep fried, sprinkled with cinnamon. Very different from anything we'd ever tried, but it was pretty good. Another in our party had the fish and chips and said it was average. I had chicken fingers and garlic mashed potatoes, also pretty average.
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