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Tim Beattie said 4 years ago
Good food. Excellent service. What more do you want?
Carmen Villadar said 4 years ago
Great selection of comfort food.
David Nicholson said 6 years ago
Simply the best service in town. The price range is average for a family establishment. You can get a beer with that pan scrambler is you wish. The chicken burger with shrimp and hot peppers was outstanding. The shrimp was done just right. That in it's self I find hard to get in Moose Jaw. The level of sound was not too bad for a full house as well. It was packed in there and still they came ever few minutes to see if everything is OK or if we need more coffee. The only minus is the price of coffee and that it's not strong as I like. But for the outstanding service and the perfect food, I gave it full marks. Will go back. I would pay more to go there than many other places in the city.
Delmar Davies said 5 years ago
Decent food and service every time.
EmiCupCake 17 said 5 years ago
The food is great and perfect family restaurant

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