If you haven't already heard, this place has a grass roof and they put goats up there...it is quit enterataining to see the goats up there on the roof eating the grass. Needless to say, my girlfriend and I had to give this restaurant a try. We went there for breakfast around 8:30 on a Monday morning and found the restaurant busy, but we were seated promptly. The waitresses are dressed up in traditional Swedish grab which adds a nice atmosphere to the place. I had the Swedish Pancakes with lingonberries, meatballs, and eggs over easy. My girlfriend had a Monto Cristo (which turned out to be stuffed thick with ham) and potato wedges. The food was excellent and was served pretty quick. I would dine here again even if they did not have goats on the roof!
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