For a great breakfast in Fredericksburg Texas this is a must try. Of particular note are the hill country beignets and the duck hash.
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My sisters and I ate here with a breakfast voucher from a B&B in Fredericksburg. It was a nice, cozy space downstairs and was very good! We 3 all had the regular breakfast but the treat was the Beignets with raspberry jam. Yummy! Service was great and friendly. I would Recommend!
Food was good although service was not fast, enthusiastic or special. Food was ok but I do not get why they would not make breakfast later for extra pay.
Me and my boyfriend went yesterday for lunch 01/09/17. I had the artichoke and chicken and it was pretty much all oil. We waited for a good while before anyone provided menus or took our drink order. Everyone was in their own little world. We both felt sick after leaving. We went because of the neat basement concept but were... More
We were not impressed with either the menu or the service, but the fact the restaurant used to be basement Town Morgue had us intrigued. Should have left after a quick look however the -5 degree Celsius weather drove us in seeking warmth and shelter from the wind and ever so light snow. It should be classed as a Mexican... More
The place reminded us of an old Irish pub. We just had appetizers since we were meeting friends for dinner later. The wine list is superb and the service was quick and friendly,
My husband & I had breakfast there this morning. We ordered the American breakfast (eggs, potato and toast). The eggs were good, the potatoes were excellent, but the sausage was way over cooked and difficult to eat. It is a very small restaurant, and it was quite noisey.
We had difficulties getting a diner place since it was New Years Eve, were pleased with the menu and quality of the food. I ate the German sampler, Jager Schnitzel, and sausage, with kraut, wife enjoyed the Tilapia dinner.
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