Just rode by and it's no longer there. Sign says it's moved to Adelaide's, up the road towards town.
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Notice on door indicates cafe has moved to the Adelaide. We didn't try Adelaide so can't advise. Sorry, we really wanted to try those cinnamon rolls!
I guess the #1 ranking comes from being a big fish in a small pond. Good, but not "gotta go back" great. We stopped for lunch on a Saturday during the slow season. No waiting for a table, but for a place with two wait...More
I enjoy coming here. I like the food, the service and the community likes to come and caught up on things going on. They have a yarn shop connected who have is great
We ate breakfast here three times during our stay. My husband could not get enough of their biscuits and gravy. I had the corn beef hash and the lingon berry crepes twice. Everything was prepared well and delicious. The staff was very friendly and helpful.
I have been there many times for breakfast and lunch. I have never been disappointed and the prices are so reasonable.
Great service everything is home made including their jams Yummy food!!! Close to the ocean! And service with a smile 🏖
I was very disappointed with my meal and service after going to this restaurant based on its number #1 slot on TripAdvisor. I ordered the Turkey Cranberry Gobbler sandwich and did not like it at all. The bread was supposed to be grilled homemade cranberry...More
This packed little breakfast and lunch place offered a decent hot breakfast, with service that actually tried to keep up. Even with a mob out front, they got us in in about 20 minutes. Gosh, I love the decor, which is reflective of the local...More