We enjoyed the "Happy Days" ambience of the diner. Our evening meal wasn't expensive. We had a reasonable steak, broiled as requested, but not much flavour. Fresh, basic salad and one option of steamed green veg. These may be the "fresh local products" advertised. Service was reasonable.
Many starters, entrees and sides were high carb, crumbed/battered, fried, mashed with butter, garlicy, cheesy or salted, which isn't our taste so we didn't return.
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