We saw this restaurant had opened recently and wanted to try it out since it advertised itself as an American Retro Diner.
Our visit was around noon and we found the restaurant with only a few people. The seating is divided between two floors and most of the patrons were on the upper floor. We chose the ground floor so we could get a good look around.
We were somewhat surprised that the typical fare of an American diner (hamburger and fries) was not on the menu. No worries though as we ordered a dish that included pancakes.
Our server spoke great English and we only waited a very short time before our orders were delivered. Both dishes were great and had what we call American style pancakes.
The restaurant is decorated in a 1950's style and classic Rock and Roll music played while we were there.
Credit cards were accepted, adequate street parking, and decent prices: we will be back.
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