Having eaten at the Country Store in St. Stephens previously, we stopped here for lunch and was disappointed by the fare. The fish-and-chips were crispy and soggy, respectively, and continue to remain "heavy" hours afterwards. The sandwiches were nothing special or different than one can find at a chain, fast-food restaurant. What is more disconcerting is the problem they suffer with the quality of drinking water due to high sulfur and mineral content. The restaurant uses a filtration system which, when working, filters out the noxious odors. But, there seems to be a conflict with the supply when the dishwasher is running and there is need to draw drinking water from the sink's filtered tap. The dishwater takes priority, leaving patrons potentially without. Our waitress had to open a gallon of bottled water to replenish our glasses. It's unfortunate that this long standing local establishment has declined, probably as a consequence of rerouted traffic to the outskirts of town.
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