One of those places, hit or miss. Very friendly though, all the time. Catch them not busy its wonderful.
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I have eaten at Wooden Spoon Restaurant many times. A friend and I decided to have lunch today. My entree was simple: a veggie burger on whole grain bread with lettuce and tomato. The wait person asked what kind of cheese I wanted and I...More
Long wait in line while they kept two tables open in case a big group came in which didn't happen. When the order came, it was wrong. When I told the hostess she argued with me. The toast came burnt. She didn't ask how the...More
My husband and I took two granddaughters here for lunch recently. We all were quite enthusiastic about this place, and pleasantly surprised. My husband loved his apple pie French toast with whipped cream--it looked delicious. I was very happy with my homemade and unusual soup--lots...More
Having just run in their town's 5k, a bunch of us went over for breakfast. We asked to move a couple of tables together and the owner strictly forbid it. We ended up having to separate without a problem, but the owner was completely annoyed...More
Hidden in a little plaza, in a little country New England town is this gem! We have been here three times for breakfast in the last 3 months. The hash is delicious. Omelets are very good. We would love to come back for dinner. Remember...More
The owner is an outstanding gourmet chef and constantly changes things up with specials, etc. They also save you a few bucks by taking cash-only (no credit charges so it's passed on to you), and there's an ATM available. When autumn comes so does the...More
Year round, we love their breakfast. It's always fresh and interesting. Just like home cooked! We are in the area mostly during the summer. We discovered they offer some night dinners. The dinner is amazing!! The food was terrific and the service spectacular. Dessert was...More
Quite good corned beef hash omelette. But Caesar with grilled chicken very pedestrian. Coffee decent, but a refill never offered. Not worth a destination trip. But kind of cute if you find yourself there.
Located at the intersection of US 44 and SR 74 it occupies half of building. There is ample parking and the menu is typical of a breakfast/lunch restaurant. I have been intrigued by The Wooden Spoon for years, but living a distance away, never found...More