My wife and I went here as it seems to be an Ardmore landmark. The staff is super nice and friendly and it seems very quaint--feels like good old hometown USA diner. The pie is good, but our burgers were dry and burned. I thought it was a fluke, but it appears that is simply how they make them here. They don't even ask you how you like it cooked. I normally get my burger medium-well, so for me to find it burned and dry it really was burned and dry. After all was said and done, we spent close to $20 for the two of us for a mediochre meal. It would have been better to go to Carl's Junior as far as the food is concerned. However, like I said, it was worth it to simply visit this place due to its quaint vibe.
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