On a sunny clear day we found ourselves in Glens Falls, NY. A farmer's market was underway but we found this little café for something to eat.
At the corner of Elm and Exchange Streets, this restaurant had good spacing between tables with a pleasant crowd of customers. I went for the Chef's Whim, a half-sandwich and soup deal, while my wife chose the Veggie Whim. There were four soups to choose from: turkey mushroom barley, roasted vegetable and lima bean, split pea and ham, and broccoli, cheddar and tomato.
The Chef's Whim featured roasted turkey, bacon, jack cheese, tomatoes and pesto mayo on grilled semolina bread. I chose the turkey mushroom barley soup to go with it. The Veggie Whim consisted of smoked mozzarella, sundried tomatoes as well as tomatoes, grilled asparagus and cheddar cheese. My wife had the roasted vegetable and lima bean soup to go with her meal.
For a humble café such as this, this is as good as it gets. I had a generous amount of turkey in my sandwich which honestly surprised me. The bacon was a great addition as bacon always is. Both of our soups were equally loaded with vegetables, and my wife enjoyed her half sandwich as much as I enjoyed mine. The bread is second to none which you should expect from a bakery. Always a great idea to make your own bread.
Each meal was $11.25. I don't remember the last time I paid so little for such good food. This little café is a big winner in my book.
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