Menu is extensive for a small place. Almost like you were in someone's kitchen at home. Owner may be there and serve you and talk story. All we had was very good price and good tasting. Carefully prepared and served real hot. Get there in tie for a malasad-like a fritter is some places in the south. No real fancy drink choices or seating but r/r are clean and parking is great so far. Highway is part of the meal so bring ear plugs or enjoy the urban scene. food is worth it. breakfast is served late. have not been to dinner there yet but will someday. i cook real well so normal is to stay home great stop if you are doing the coffee farm and museum tours in Capt Cook. won't cost much either and portions are just right
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