In a lovely old house. A little hard to notice because no sign by the road. Opened promptly at 9AM which seemed a late start for breakfast business. Menu on a chalk board at the counter (which displayed a delicious-looking array of baked goods.) I had a 3-egg omelette with sausage and cheddar - delicious but small for 3 eggs. Spouse had french toast which was good bread but did not absorb egg batter sufficiently, so was dry. Scone was heavenly. Coffee was plentiful and tasty but not very hot. Prices were very fair, about 7 or 8 dollars per meal.
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