3 stars (out of 5)
My wife and I had been driving by this place for years, so finally decided to check it out. We love old diners, greasy spoons and breakfast!
We both had the Canadian Breakfast, mine without bacon, my wife’s with. It included 2 Omega-3 eggs, home fries, baked beans, toast and fair trade coffee (except the decaf) :-(.
The food was average…nothing to rave about, and the service, though friendly, was slow (Not the servers fault.)
The breakfasts came to 16 bucks and change, all in.
Go for the cool feel to the authentic 60’s diner (counter, stools, torn vinyl booths), but if you want better food, scoot over to The Senator, a short 1 km away.
Edit; After several more visits, I updated my opinion here.