Carol's is exactly what you would (or at least should) expect when you pass an apparently old building with a phrase like "country cafe" in the name - only moreso.
Carol's is a relatively small building with a big parking lot - which is usually full during breakfast hours. When you walk in, you are greeted by a somewhat noisy diner atmosphere in a building that needs paint, signs that have probably been up for years, and other items that remind you of a truck stop style diner from 40 years ago. When you see that and "busy" together, you normally know there's going to be good food and a LOT of it, and Carol's doesn't disappoint in either category.
The standard order of French Toast I had was the only item that at all seemed "normal" in size. My wife's omelette could easily have fed 3 people, and my daughter's single pancake (their notion of 8" is a bit larger than a tap measure would likely have put it) could have fed two average adult eaters. All the food was very tasty.
If you go, bring your appetite for both the current meal and your next one. You can split a meal for a $1 add-on charge. If you don't, and you plan to finish everything they serve you while there, you may want to pay heed to the rule on the menu: "Two hour limit per table" - it may take that long to eat all of it...
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