This restaurant was recommended by staff at the Mustard Museum. It was a short walk away and one of the places open on a Sunday afternoon. We had a late lunch and had the place virtually to ourselves. We were seated at a window table and settled on Bistro Sandwiches. We enjoyed a Salmon Club and a Smoked Turkey with Bacon Club. Both had grilled bread much like a Panini, one with a cup of soup and the other with a cabbage salad. The food was good but we’d like to return to try breakfast or some other lunch items to see if we’d like them better. The service was good and the staff friendly. The only issue was that the Diet Coke that one of us was flat, non-carbonated. It was taken away and we weren’t charged.
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