We were passing through town on our 500 mile mini-vacation on Route 101 through the Washington Peninsula and stopped for dinner. This appeared to be our best bet in town since we wanted a sit-down restaurant. My wife had the salmon fillet and I has their hamburger steak with grilled onions (somewhat tasteless, needed gravy at least). We each had a baked potato and salad. Meals were average and so was their prices. You had to ask for a dinner roll if you wanted one (said so on the menu, so I did when we ordered). I had to ask for them several times more before we got ours, but effort was well worth it. They were made fresh in their co-located bakery and were GREAT, best part of the meal! Service was average to slow. We had to ask a few times for drink refills, but the check came quickly. Place is very dated, at least 20 years since last remodel, even though their history (written on their menus) states that the (3rd generation) current owner/manager has a college degree in restaurant/hospitality management. He must have failed the course in Atmosphere upkeep. I keep looking for a calendar to make sure it wasn't August 1992.