NOT a fancy place but food was good as long as you don't want a big fancy meal. Service was good and it's where the locals went to eat.
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We were recently in the Watkins Glen area and looking for a place to grab breakfast. We try to always stop at local restaurants and stay away from chain locations. Chef's had that small town dinner look and feel but their food just didn't really...More
Hubby and I stopped here while visiting Watkins Glen. We had actually asked someone for recommendations for somewhere to eat breakfast but decided to stop here for dinner. Hubby had chicken and biscuits, which he said was the best he'd ever eaten. I only had...More
When I slid into the booth and sat own, the vinyl took a dip (lol) so I slid down a bit to find some comfort. I am pretty sure THAT needs to be fixed. Nevertheless, I enjoyed having breakfast here. They offer some pretty good...More
I think this originally opened in 1949. It's not fancy, but the service and the food have been good every single time I've been there. They have a very large menu to pick from and serve breakfast all day I think. Be prepared and have...More
I have been going to races at Watkins Glen since 1970 and Chefs was frequently our first choice for breakfast. A couple years ago it became average so I stopped going. I tried it again this past weekend, September 11, 2016 and it wasn't good....More
As a tradition we always have breakfast here after the race Monday morning. As noted good food but slow service.
This place is a blast from the past- prices are very reasonable and the service great. Nothing fancy but good food. Had their homemade soup and chili both very tasty and a meal with fried cod- love the rice pudding they give u with the...More
We sat ourselves and were provided with quick service. The breakfast menu was standard and the food was cooked to order, and done right. The only problem was the water. It had an odd taste, perhaps well water and maybe treated because it's near Seneca...More