This restaurant looks very tired. It tries to be colonial, from the buggy outside to the colonial costume of the hostess and the decor, but it falls short. The tables, chairs, wallpaper and curtains look old, but not in a good way. The Jefferson salad, which comes with the meal, consists of iceberg lettuce, a few onion rings, several fat slices of carrot, 1 slice of green pepper and 1 small tomato wedge. The menu has many fried selections and healthy choices are few. We had the grilled salmon and the broiled shrimp. The fish was brought out at least five minutes before the baked potatoes, which meant that the fish was cold by the time the remainder of the meal arrived. Our waiter promptly filed our water glasses, but made no effort to make us feel welcome or to explain anything on the menu. The specials, which were all fried, were listed on a small paper attached to the menu. We thought we would try this restaurant because it is not part of a chain, but I think we would have had a better meal at a chain restaurant.
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