Busy place, but worth the wait. Fresh bread is the best. a little on the small side, so can get very crowded.
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We have a great breakfast I ever have for quite sometimes. Also much more the portion of the servings. You really have to go there real hungry otherwise you will be taking lunch box back to your house or wherever you planned to go that...More
My bf and I were staying in Vallejo and found this cute hometown style diner. It’s a little outdated, style wise but food was amazing! Portion size was great, a lot of food for a decent price, tasted great, the homemade bread was phenomenal and...More
My wife and I went in for week day breakfast it wasn't busy but sat in booth which seats were dated and uncomfortable service was ok. My wife order the French toast and they were soggy and not fully cooked while it was a good...More
This place is ALWAYS packed so be prepared to wait, but it’s well worth the time. The food here is great, the home baked bread is absolutely delicious and the staff are friendly. The neighborhood is a bit less desirable so be sure to lock...More
This is my second time here, and that's an understatement it's so good that you can't go wrong with any of their dishes. I tried two eggs with bacon and potatoes, and their homemade bread is to die for. Also their blueberry (order them with...More
Lots made about their omelets and fresh bread toast. But really that might be all there is to the place. I think many years ago this placed gained a good rep and while they have done nothing to hurt it, the place doesn't have any...More
We're long-time, but not frequent patrons. The establishment was very busy, so services suffered. Drink refills were VERY SLOW. The tables remained unclean unavailable for longer than normal periods; and were not properly cleaned and and wiped. When our waitress brought our silverware and napkins...More
The hash browns and the home made bread are amazing. I had the omelette and my friend had the corned beef hash. If you can brave the line it is awesome.