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“Small Town Excellence.”
Review of Cafe Comal - CLOSED

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Cafe Comal
Cuisines: American
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Reviewed September 15, 2013

A large restaurant within a large antique centre, we arrived just before the lunch time closure but were made very welcome and provided with freshly cooked food to a high standard, piping hot and quick friendly service, a delight. We ordered chips (UK crisps) with the meal, they were delivered freshly cooked and delicious
Be sure to visit Henne Hardware down the street and step back in time into a real old-fashioned hardware store, stock in boxes on shelves with ladders on wheels for access, cable driven containers shooting transaction to a central cash desk, a huge range of hardware and friendly staff.

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Thank HippyTraveller
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Reviewed July 8, 2013

This little place is located two blocks from The Faust Hotel. It is located in an antique mall. You can shop while you wait for your food. Food was awesome! Great omelets and fluffy biscuits.

Thank madonley
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Reviewed May 9, 2013

Ate breakfast at the Cafe Comal last weekend on a Sat. Was very busy, but service was a little lacking & slow at times. We came in through the antique shop, so a little difficult to determine where you need to go to be seated. Had the mushroom, avacado omlet, which was awesome & a few mimosas! Even with the service being a bit slow, I would recommend because you can't beat the food!

Thank skm16521
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Reviewed April 28, 2013

Quaint cafe with very friendly staff, antiques everywhere! Choose from menu or buffet. We visited two mornings and loved the buffet. The bacon and sausage so delicious! Homemade French toast and pancakes, even their syrup tasted different than bottled found on the shelf at the store. Thought the coffee and glass of milk a bit high at $2 ea.

Thank Sally K
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Reviewed February 26, 2013 via mobile

My husband LOVED the veggies but could hardly eat the meatloaf...tasted like a frozen dinner (too processed). I ordered a burger with two toppings (they forgot one!) and upgraded fries to sweet potato (about six on the plate). Was still hungry after my $12 burger!! Not sure we will return anytime soon. Too bad as a great location!

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Thank suzannetriplett317
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