We came here for dinner and thought the food was good. Not great, but good. However, we've eaten here before for breakfast and thought it was excellent - so my advice is to come here for their eggs, hash browns, pancakes and other authentically prepared western fare, and come hungry because the portions are very generous. Most of the staff are deaf, and a portion of what you spend goes to help the deaf community, so it's a good cause, too.
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