This is a family-owned and run cafe, patterned after those in small towns, but in a more suburban setting. The portions are huge with high quality ingredients, and the prices match. It is not a cheap fast-food chain restaurant using fake ingredients. If you want cheap and fast, go somewhere else.
I'm basing my rating on the food and the effort of the owners, plus the fact it is local and responds to community needs. I almost took a star off for the service difficulties on occasion, so if having to ask for a coffee refill once in a while or waiting twenty or thirty minutes after you order for your food when it is busy bothers you, then take that star off when you consider this place.
The omelettes are terrific, my favorite the grilled chicken and avocado. The pancakes are huge, and if you add fillings, like blueberries (yum) or chocolate chips, you get your money's worth. (Be aware the extra cost is for each pancake).
I can't go back to Texas when I want a chicken-fried steak, so this is the best I can do, and I'm grateful for their version. I think the breakfast version gives you more value.
Lately I've been having salads or fruit as my side instead of potatoes. They give enough hash browns for three or four meals, and even with a take-out box for a half omelette and potatoes, I was throwing a lot away. The salds are huge and filling, and the fruit bowl is enormous.
In this time when numerous restaurants are closing, I'm happy to support a local effort to bring quality food with good value. Realize before you go that this is a slow dining experience, not fast food.
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