It was a nice clean environment, the service was slow, but worth waiting for the food. Not an extremely crowded restaurant like some places. I would recommend this restaurant to anyone, the food was very good.
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We enjoyed a wonderful breakfast of omelets and coffee. Service was a bit slow because of the large group for Father's Day. Got a booth very quickly with coffee. After that our service got lost. They had three servers who seem to walks around doing...More
We enjoyed our breakfast here. The place was clean and inviting. Our food was served hot and quickly. The eggs were perfectly done. My husband had to try a piece of their blueberry pie, and he loved it. The dining area was cute and the...More
Dropped in 7:00ish on a Sunday evening in October. Only a few tables occupied and one waitress/hostess/cash register clerk. Food was adequate and reasonable. Service was fine. Had soup and salad and sandwiches. Can't speak to dinners.
Very good food, and lots of it, for a reasonable price! Even being busy the staff took the time to chat with us about local places and events. Very accommodating for a large group too.
We always go here for breakfast, and I always get the cream cheese layered French toast bake! Oh my goodness! It's so rich, and it's soooo good! Great food and service. Reasonably priced, and family friendly!
This is our second visit to this restaurant in just as many years. The staff makes you feel not only welcome, but completely at home. They will joke around with you as well as help you with sights to see, or a little history. Food...More
When on vacation at resort areas you expect to pay more for everything, however you expect it to be good. We arrived at 8:30 on a Saturday night, they close at 9:00, the place still had several tables dining. The waitress was very friendly and...More
We ate at many places in Saint Ignace and were overall impressed. Northern lights was our last stop and the food was just not that good. The ribs were over cooked and had so much sauce that it had to be scraped off to eat...More