We were looking for a great brunch place, the menu looked great on line, so we ventured over on a weekday around noon. We were the only customers in the restaurant, which should have been a good sign. The waiter promptly took our order, but couldn't tell me what the "gourmet" cheese sauce that was being served with the eggs benedict--once he asked the kitchen I found out the gourmet sauce was american cheese and milk--gourmet? So I went with a simple egg, country sausage, homefries and toast. My daughter had the "Belgian Waffle". Food arrived quickly, but without the homefries--my first reaction to the plate was the site of the country sausage-it was gray and looked unappetizing. Eggs were cooked fine, but the sausage was under seasoned and tasteless. My home fries finally came out and they were just french fries that were super greasy. Waffle was good and the fruit was fresh, but the side of bacon was undercooked and fatty. Tipped well, as the waiter was trying hard for it being his 3rd day, but the food was a disappointment. The decor was dated and should have been another sign of what was to come...plaques for 1992 naming them the best chili--that was 20 years ago! I'd love Gordon Ramsey to get a hold of this place. Sounds like it once had a great legacy.
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