This place screams average. The appetizer servings are so-so and skimpy. The high school servers, while pleasant and eager, are ill trained.
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I ordered the Grown-up Grilled Cheese and pork green chili. The sandwich was great but the chili left a lot to be desired. It was all green sauce with NO pork, making it very hot. The pork would have offset the heat, BUT no pork....More
They changed the menu....not so good....ok for breakfast but not my choice for a meal.. Went on a Sunday night they were sold out of a few selections....they don't have baked potatoes anymore...no shrimp...no pork chops...I won't go back unless I want breakfast.. Very disappointed...
Hard to choose from all the options for breakfast. Friday night offers all u can eat fish, that is hard to beat for the price.
The same quality, service, and food we have come to expect at Village Inns. I do prefer Ma and Pa restaurants for their variety.
Tried this place for late breakfast and the menu was extensive. The portions were large and the food was prepared well. Very tasty and quite reasonably priced. Very good service all around altho the restaurant could have been been kept a bit cleaner. Maybe we...More
Large portions, renowned for their pie (which was dellicious). Very busy place. Not fine dining for sure but great if you are hungry and just want a good, inexpensive meal.
Came in for breakfast with a party of six.. told wait was 10min, 25 min later was told we were next to be seated: not the case 2 large groups were seated in front of us...and we were nice about it unlike some other people...after...More
Food was good and great service. Had breakfast every day at Village Inn and was good. Food came hot and freshly made each time. Price was average.
We had our breakfast there the day we were leaving and the prices were very reasonable and selection was very good. The homemade pies looked delicious though we did not have any.