I was there on a busy weekend, so perhaps that could explain the slow service, but not the no-flavor food. My husband and I both ordered omelets, toast, and hash browns. The omelets weren't even whisked. I could clearly see the whites vs the yolks of the eggs. My husband's omelet was incredibly runny. The hash browns tasted like cheap butter.
It took over an hour to get our food. The coffee was hot, but had no taste? It tasted like hot water? The coffee creamer was left on the table and not even cold. The temperature in the restaurant was 83 degrees and no one attempted to adjust the air conditioner. So, imagine a tiny restaurant, tons of people, greasy food, and lots of sweaty faces!
They should focus less on quantity of food and more on quality of food. The portions were literally disgusting. The prices are on the low side. I think people would be more apt to come back if they focused more on making flavorful food. Also, have your temperature set at 72 degrees, year round.
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