What a charming, delightful treasure of a restaurant this is. The decor is artful and aesthetically pleasing. At our visit, a display table featured a large centerpiece "bouquet" made of croquet mallets and balls. China and flatware are pretty and mismatched. We loved the teacup and saucer in which the soup was served. And speaking of soup, the signature mushroom hazelnut concoction was killer! Totally worth detouring from the major thoroughfares for if you're just passing through the area. But Thyme of Grace is about more than excellent food at reasonable prices. It's also a wonderful place for conversation with owner/chef Michele and the good humored server who is her daughter. These are folks who are worth getting to know. We tried to persuade them to move to our small town in western NC to open a clone there, but I suspect they'll stay put in South Bend.
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