We've had breakfast here several times now. The food is flavorable and filling. My favorite, so far, is the a la carte, make-your-own omelet with ham, cheese, tomatoes, covered in hollandaise sauce. My husband loves the thick-slab bacon in the benedict omelet. If you want a little more, the regular plate with toast and oven fries will fill you up. The oven fries are quite good. I had the pancakes once and they were also good. It's usually busy, but we've never waited more than a few minutes to be seated. We've been there most often on a weekday morning between 9 and 10 a.m. The interior is pretty old and could use an update, but it doesn't detract from the food.