Went in for a light breakfast...but then realized we'd slept longer than we thought, so lunch it was! I ordered a toasted Western sandwich, which came piping hot and loaded with chopped ham and onions. My hubby ordered the hot turkey. I have to say I did snatch a bit of turkey off his plate. The turkey is real and in-house roasted. Not that strange mystery meat that some restaurants served and claim as being turkey. The gravy was hot and so were the mashed potatoes. My only observation was that while the gravy was hot, the turkey was not....it was room temp at best. I was taught by my chef mother, that you take some gravy and heat it up in a small pan, and when it comes to temp, you add the turkey and heat it through. You never serve a 'hot' sammie, tepid...EVER. The carrots were a little over-cooked but some people like them that way. All in all, a pleasant experience with wholesome, regular food served by a lovely waitress who had a genuine sense of humour and graciousness. I'm going back....they have broasted chicken that I must try! Also, at the cash register, they have a small fridge with in-house made tzatziki for $2.50!! Wow...I'll have to buy a tub of that next time!
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