If you go on Sunday, you have no choice except the brunch menu. Higher prices by $3-4 and if this is better service for the price, lunch must be a disaster. I chose the Eggs Benedict because the menu said "cooked to order" and I stressed I wanted my eggs solid. My choices of side dish were scalloped potatoes (more starch? really?) and asparagus. The server muttered "for a slight upcharge" which wasn't indicated on the menu, although I hadn't planned on greens anyway. The eggs were as runny as the hollandaise sauce.
My husband's omelet was okay, but the toast was exactly that: no butter, no jelly or jam. Suddenly I received "my" side order of toast (again, with English Muffins???) and they at least had some butter on them. For the price we paid, a little basket of spreadables would have been the minimum I expected.
Our friend asked for the French toast with no whipped cream, and you can guess that she got a huge dollop but at least it was off to the side.
After seeing the website, I had high hopes for this place, but I won't bother to seek them out in other cites, nor will I hurry back to this one. (I see in the newspaper they have a $10 off coupon, so maybe they're getting the message that something is wrong.)
The best thing I could say about this location is that it's not attached to the rest of the shopping area, so there is a lot of parking and you can watch the planes landing out the front window.
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