This place is AMAZING! If you are looking for cheap, home cooked food while on vacation, I would come here! I had the chicken hash & my husband had biscuits and gravy. Both we're incredible.
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Came in for breakfast after leaving an appointment. Ordered grits eggs bacon and toast. Needless to say it was absolutely delicious! Staff was very polite and friendly. Atmosphere seem like family. I really enjoyed breakfast and will return.
Small diner with big taste. Always drove by here and always seemed busy. Now we know why. The first time we went was right after Hurricane Irma. They had a limited menu because they didn't have supplies. Had pancakes with ham steak. Yummy. The staff...More
Amazing food! My omelette was wonderful and my husband had the biscuits in gravy which was a very big portion and very good. Wish it was a little bigger as it is hard to get a table on the weekend.
Nice little breakfast place. Never had a bad meal. Servers and very friendly. Restaurant is always full. Food comes out fast and hot.
I attempted to have lunch here during regular hours. It was CLOSED. This has happened way too often. A sign goes up saying closed early or simply closed or something is not working. When it is open the food is good although service can be...More
Not good as myself and friend both got sick and will not go back. We are local and there are a few awesome breakfast places that are very good and also reasonable. Would not recommend.
We stopped at this café because there were good reviews on trip advisor. To our surprise exceeded our expectations with very courteous service delicious food and a great price and a fantastic diner experience. Would definitely recommend. Will go back for more.
Value for your money at Tin Can Cafe. Walked right in around 9am on a Sunday, but can see how there might be a bit of a wait later on. Waiter was top notch- perfectly attentive and anticipating of all our needs. 7oz steak breakfast...More