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“Lunch”
Review of Aunt Sue's Chalet

Aunt Sue's Chalet
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: American
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Reviewed March 23, 2013

We stopped there for lunch. Both had tuna melt and fries. Pretty routine diner...not great, but not bad either. Slow this time of year. Did have some pecan pie for desert. Good but as expected. Not worth a special trip, but a good place to stop on the road or hit if you're in the village.

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Thank Riverkilt
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Reviewed March 23, 2013

We live in Vegas and recently bought a cabin in Duck Creek. We've been to Aunt Sue's several times for breakfast and lunch. Coming from the east coast originally we love our local small diners and cafe's. It' a quaint rustic mountain place with a wood burning stove. Dawn, the server, seems to always be there and the entire staff is very friendly. They always make it a point to say hello when you walk in. Basic fare. Really large portions and always served hot. Always a treat after a day of snowmobiling. We've tried many items. Breakfasts are great (ham steak rocks!), omelets, pancakes, burgers (freshly made and excellent!) and sandwiches (i really like the tuna melt). I've gone to some of the best restaurants there are in NY and Vegas and i'd rather grab a cheeseburger and fries here any day. What more can you ask for!

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2  Thank Dino Z
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Reviewed January 23, 2013

Standard fare. Nice people. I tried several things on the menu over three dinner visits. The only really noteworthy offerings I tried were chili and "Santa Fe Soup" which was a lot like chili. Both were excellent. Standard hamburger. Fried chicken was adequate. A companion said that a small steak was really good. We never tried the home made pies, though they looked great ... maybe next time...

Really, it was just nice to be able to sit down to eat without having to drive twelve miles on icy roads, and in late December that was the only alternative. Restaurant has been known to close early.

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1  Thank Ganfo
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Reviewed September 4, 2012

There's only one restaurant in the village that serves a full breakfast, and this is it. The bacon was thick and cooked just right. The "homemade" cinnamon roll was not homemade. Eggs and hash browns were normal. The wheat toast tasted a bit odd. The service was great. There is free wi-fi. I'd eat here again.

Thank ShelbyPilot
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Reviewed August 25, 2012 via mobile

Great service and classic atmosphere. Awesome food, cooked to perfection! Very friendly enjoy your meal!

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Thank Nick1667
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