At the halfway point of a shopping trip on Route 1 with a friend at lunchtime, we decided to have lunch at Betty’s Kitchen. We’d been there before.
Betty’s Kitchen is in an older building. It has one room with a counter and stools which gave it a diner-style atmosphere. It has a seat-yourself main dining room with booths and tables that had menus at the ready in holders.
There’s a sliding glass door in the middle of one wall of the main dining room that gives a view of a grassy yard with a few trees.
Breakfast was served until 2:00 PM. The closing was 2:30 PM.
Drink orders were taken promptly.
The menu had two pages of standard breakfast items and two pages of standard lunch items including soup, salad, sandwiches, and a few hot diners. All the meals were at family-friendly prices.
My friend ordered the Hamburger Plate with Texas Toast plus beans and potato salad for sides. The meal was $8.00. She also had a cup of Soup of the Day which was Chicken Sausage Vegetable at $3.00. I ordered the Lobster Roll with French Fries at Market Price.
It was about a 10-minute wait for the food.
The soup was thick and rich. My friend enjoyed that, her hamburger plate, and the two sides.
My lobster roll had a good amount of lobster meat. About half of it was in good-size chunks; the other half was mashed. I’d requested minimal mayo, and the kitchen provided just that. The roll was toasted nicely. The French fries were rustic with a lot of skins still on them. They tasted better than they looked. They were not greasy at all.
We both enjoyed our meals. Service was good. The place was clean.
We rate Betty’s Kitchen at 4.25. We would eat there again.
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