I wanted to like this place more than I did. I root for the local little guy. It reminded me of the cracker barrel as far as atmosphere; a family owned, older cracker barrel. I had the skinny chick. Grilled chicken, veg of the day (peas today), and cottage cheese. None of this had any frills. Not that it needed it, its a boring dish and I am on a diet. It served its purpose. I still was a little sad when I saw canned peas and the tiniest piece of chicken I have ever seen. I'm not exaggerating when I guess 3oz. Definitely less than 4. I did appreciate that the peas had no season or butter. I salted and peppered them to my taste and they were as good as canned peas could be. The chicken was plain too. I ordered a side of salsa to spice that up a little. My friends 'mexican' omlette looked good as well as the American fries that came with. It didn't seem all that mexican to me: onion, peppers, and cheese with chili on top.
I guess the moral of the story is if you are on a diet, order the skinny chick but expect a plate you EASILY could have made at home for around $1.50 per plate and will get you to your 3 o clock snack, but might not get you by til dinner.
One of my friends really likes the grilled cheese. If I am not dieting and go there again, i'd try the breakfast.