Nice little hidden place to eat. I had the Reuben and it was prepared well. Others had soups and they were all good in their opinion.
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This was the best rated restaurant in Tomah. Our hotel clerk told us it was the only place to go for "sit-down." (!) It really was good! I had excellent duck and fabulous soup. My wife had a chicken paprikash with a a subtle, buttery...More
Went with at group of friends for lunch to celebrate a birthday. It was delightful and delicious! Our server was Nikki who was very friendly and accommodating. The desserts were plentiful and enjoyed by all. Will definitely go back again!
We stopped here on our way from St. Paul to Delavan, WI. My wife looked up restaurants en route and the reviews for this place seemed generally positive. The restaurant is part of a mini-complex with a grocery store (now owned by Gordy's) and a...More
A large café with tables for four or six await at this restaurant. There are soup and sandwich specials, burgers and meatloaf among the choices. I like the soup trio and my husband enjoys the burgers. They have a pub with the same menu. Waiters...More
Don't let the fact that its attached to a grocery store throw you off. This place is fantastic. My entree was fantastic and the bread pudding for desert was awesome. This is hands down the best place to eat in and around Tomah and honestly...More
Stopped here for a late lunch after returning from the Cranfest in Warren WI. Nice atmosphere; like a small village with cobblestone walks. As far as the food being European, not so much. My husband and I both had the ham and cheese croissant with...More
I was surprised to see such a nice atmosphere and have good food in such a small town. We went for lunch. I wouldn't call this place European by any stretch of the imagination, but it was still very good and reasonably priced with good...More
Good food at a good price. Nice variety on menu. Quick service. Unique building with restaurant next to market on one side and bar on other side. Look for Gordy's market signs when trying to find. Close to I90 on hwy 12. Definitely we will...More
We saw this cafe advertised from the highway, and we were excited to try the European Cafe. It was 4 miles off of the freeway, which is a distance when exiting the freeway just to eat. The menu lacked European food. It was mostly hamburgers...More