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Denise Arsenault said 4 years ago
Great for you typical home style breakfast... place is outdated and could really use some tlc but the staff is very friendly ..
James Budden said 4 years ago
Food was expensive for that type of restaurant. But since we were there we ordered anyway. Hot turkey with fries. Everything was barely warm enough to eat. Tasted OK but should have been hot. Be warned, they don't take credit cards or even debit, cash only. I had to go next door to an ATM , which cost me an extra 2.75. First and last time you'll catch me in there.
Laura Anthony said 4 years ago
Great food...great service...home cooking! Love it
ExeL Dence said 5 years ago
Nasty food, toilet was a dump. Unsanitary and very expensive for the load of dump they serve
Cindy Long said 4 years ago

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