Not sure why such high scores for this restaurant. It was okay. Service was fine. Food was just ok. Maybe I ordered wrong thing...eggs??
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Went there with our family when we were in town for just a few hours. They are frequent visitors and have been going for many many years. It was lunchtime around 1:00 even though they close at 2:00 we assumed it would not be an...More
This was my first visit and I was pleasantly surprised at the menu and cleanliness of the restaurant. It serves breakfast and lunch and apparently does well at both. I was there for lunch and was pleased with the diversity of its menu. The service...More
Awesome food and service Beast breakfast in town.Love the the skillets and omelets. And the creamed chicken soup on Sundays is away awsome.
This place was packed yet service was fast and friendly and the breakfast was excellent. Good home cooking that keeps the locals coming back.
I really like the idea of a "Mayberry Cafe." The restaurant has numerous pictures on the wall showing the famous sheriff and fellow actors, and as a big fan, I greatly appreciate it. The food did, however, seemed a bit average, but the help was...More
Visited for breakfast. Hearty portions, all tasty. Industrial, commercial area of town. Very popular, reasonable prices.
Came here from out of town as recommended by a local. Got right in for breakfast on a Monday morning. Don't be afraid to ask for something if it's not on the menu. Coffee is flowing and portions are very large. Prices are decent too!...More
This was represented as one of the top restaurants for breakfast in Elkhart. The good? Quick service and hearty portions. The George's Skillet special was very good but the Fiesta Omelet was bland, (extra salt and pepper helped) though of a generous size. The homemade...More
My sister and I went to Mayberry Cafe for lunch and left so stuffed neither of us ate the rest of the day. I had the liver and onions which was served with 2 sides and she had the fried fish, also served with 2...More