This restaurant was recommended to me by a local so I went for breakfast one morning. I was surprised to see so many glowing reviews of this restaurant because my experience, while not horrible, was average at best in three areas: food, service, and decor. Although most restaurants in Port Angeles (as I came to know) are mostly casual, this restaurant felt too much like my grandmother's home interior (from 1970). The decor consisted of local photos put in 99 cent store frames and hung on the wall, but that had been on the wall a little too long since many of them were faded. This must be the draw since it was packed. OK, so you don't go to a restaurant for the wall decor, I get that, but it certainly does give you an insight into how they care about their image and their food. The service was painfully slow. I actually debated whether I would walk out since it took quite some time after I was seated to be handed a menu and even longer for the basics like water and silver ware. I ordered the Crab Dungeness Benedict. The meal was OK but at the price I paid ($15) I did expect a plate that would look appetizing and be flavorful. Instead I received eggs smothered with too much sauce and not enough crab. I may be one of the only reviews that rates them as average but I feel it is deserved. When the food, service and decor aren't that good and your prices are higher than average that's not a good sign. If someone were to ask me if I would go there again or if I would recommend it, I would honestly say there are better choices.
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