This is one of the cutest little restaurants I've ever been to. It's set up in just a few small rooms of a historic Yorktown house. The floors creak and the walls are decorated with old pictures, knicknacks, and even a colonial child's dress. There's nothing fancy about the food -- the menu is quite limited, and most dishes are composed in a very simple, old-fashioned way and served on small plastic plates. Keeping with the theme of the restaurant, giant slices of carrots are the garnish for pretty much everything. The specialty of the house is the ham biscuits, and they really are divine -- it can be hard to eat just one, and I often end up ordering a second!