I had never noticed this place before. It's nearly impossible to spot from the road, which makes it feel like a hidden discovery. The restaurant is tucked away, just off the center of town, along the river.
The dining room is small; there are maybe 8 or so tables with river views and a glimpse into the open kitchen. The menu is small, but organized in a way that implies "we know what we do well". There is also a chalkboard menu with a handful of specials. I wanted to try something interesting that was also a staple, so I chose the Monte Cristo. It was absolutely incredible. The cheese was very high quality, and it was made with a cinnamon French toast that was perfection. The hash browns were interesting; they had a spice mixture on them that made them really unique and delicious.
All in all, I was very impressed. My father and I are doing a tour of Southern NH breakfast joints, and this one is a contender for the top ranking.
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