I'd been told that this was the best breakfast in SLO. The crowds outside the small establishment seemed to reinforce this. The owner runs a very busy operation with aplomb, and is the proper degree of personable. The kitchen staff hums along at a solid clip and the waitstaff is very competent. The menu is extensive. But the portions are unnecessarily large, and the food itself is just okay. I appreciate that the maple syrup appears to be genuine, which is unusual. Otherwise, this is pedestrian breakfast fare and you may want to skip the wait for a standard meal.
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