We finally got over to this restaurant for breakfast a few Sundays ago. The place is pretty small and there was a wait. Probably 1/2 hour before we got seated. I got the corned beef hash with poached eggs and toast. I wish I had gotten more hash-it was very good-crispy and yummy but the serving size was small. The poached eggs were cooked perfectly. The toast was homemade wheat and very good. The coffee was good. The only thing I disliked was the potatoes. They were so overly seasoned - not sure why. They had some garlic and some other herbs but it was just way overwhelming. For the two of us it was just under $20. The service was good. Not sure that we would drive the 1/2 hour again when we can go to Johnson's Farm which is only 10 minutes away and have a really good breakfast but minus the hash. But you get homemade donuts.
I thought it was good overall. And I really loved the hash. But the potatoes were a deal breaker with the SO. I would just not order them again but he loves home fries and these were just not to his liking. But I am glad we checked it out. And if I were in the area by myself I would have no issues stopping in for breakfast.
Just came back from the Roadhouse - it's also a 45 minute drive for us, but in my book, always worth it. I actually like their home fries - yes, the seasoning is quite distinguishable, but they are not greasy and heavy. Their sun-dried tomato toast rocks my world every time, and I've never had better (fluffier, bigger) pancakes anywhere else. (Apparently GC agrees with me about the pancakes since they just rated them the best :)