My dad eats breakfast there early every Sunday morning, and when I visit him, I go along. I have made several such visits over the past couple years and the food is consistently good and prepared as ordered.. Wait staff are attentive and pleasant even at the crack of dawn on Sundays. We always have scrapple with our eggs, a regional specialty that is not often seen on menus anymore. It is always perfectly crisp and golden brown on the outside, and soft and smooth on the inside, with just the right amount of spice. It is never greasy, which can't be said for the scrapple served at some establishments. The potatoes that accompany the breakfast plates are homemade, not the processed, oval cakes of tasteless, extruded or shredded frozen starchy stuff that pass for home fries or hash browns at so many places.. Coffee is typical, diner variety as are most of the toast choices, but the rye is a cut above, another regional favorite that adds to the Mom & Pop character of this diner--it's not just another soulless, corporate chain with predictably bland,,over processed, mass produced, menu items supplied by a national food distributor. There is nothing fancy here, just real food served by real people,at competitive prices. The exterior isn't much,but depending on the season, the parking lot offers a scenic view of the Delaware Water Gap in the distance.
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