It has the charm of small town diner, but does not deliver in food quality, price, or service. We ordered the French toast, ham steak, and buckwheat banana pancakes. The French toast was paper thin and the edges were hard. The ham steak was a nice thick cut but very salty and fatty. The buckwheat banana pancakes were very good. The pancakes hung off the side of the plate. My tip would be to eat the center of the pancakes first so that the syrup does not run all over the table. Service was ok. There is another pancake and waffle place across and up the street that just won a Southern Living Award. Next time, I would skip this pancake house and eat over there. FYI: They serve coke products from a can and take cash only.
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