This place was kind of off the beaten path not a location you would think for a restaurant but this isn't a typical looking diner. The quasi hut building is quite unique for the diner and the inside decor is filled with roadside and antique memorabilia. I ate at the counter and the restaurant was very busy, the gentlemen running the counter and food window for the whole place was very efficient and notice he was getting the food out quickly. Even though the horseshoes that the are famous for, I did not order that meal as I seen them coming out the window it was large and heaping full of food it looked too much for me and since I was traveling a doggy bag is not an option for me. I did have the Charlie's Special Chicken breast sandwich with a chipotle sauce that was good with a cup of cheese burger soup which I enjoyed as well as real mashed potato and gravy. The overall service was good and organized and as other wait staff passed by they also asked if you needed anything. I would return to eat here next passing through Springfield.
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