I stopped by here for brunch about 11 am, jet-lagged and in need of breakfast. Parking here is easy: there's a big lot in addition to the street parking. The woman at the register was friendly and the menu quite varied. I had the special, a quiche with meat in it.
The quiche was ok. Same for the salad that accompanied it. The serving was a bit on the small side, but in fairness, that's probably healthier.
Coffee was self-serve, which was nice.
In a town with many very distinctive places to eat, the Roundabout offers decent food and a friendly atmosphere. The word to sum it up is "average."
If I were to give them advice about how to improve it, I'd say lose the flimsy plastic chairs, and build on the friendly atmosphere that I found there. If the food and the furniture were as comfortable as the welcome, it would make a world of difference.
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