We ate here recently on a weekend trip to Holland. My husband and I split the #34 with egg, cheddar, and chorizo on a sesame bagel. The sandwiches are easily big enough to split for a lighter breakfast. The coffee was good too. It seems...More
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We eat breakfast here every trip to Holland! This trip we stopped more than once! The food and coffee is amazing! It is clean and has a great atmosphere. The employees enjoy working here and it shows. We LOVE it here and wish we had...More
Nice personnel, quick service but was highly disappointed with the quality of the food. Their "scramble" was frozen egg parties cut up into squares, tossed with ingredients and put in skillet. On my bagel sandwich was the same freezer patty egg.
The Good Earth is a very popular restaurant off the beaten path. Mostly college students and locals eat here. A great soup and sandwich shop. It can be a bit noisy and crowded at times, but try avoiding the 11:30-1:00 crowd, and you won't have...More
I would like to have a bit larger portions for the price.The house coffee was very good. Environment was very nice. Servers were great. The offer a lot of stuff.
Wonderful place to eat! Staff is friendly and remembers you. Very vegetarian friendly with several options. I would recommend the #9 if you like hummus.
Went to The Good Earth with coworkers prior to a business meeting. I spilt a turkey wrap nothing special but it was tasty. I found the wait too long to place orders with one cashier/ order taker. That may want to add more help to...More
My daughters and I came here for lunch due to convenience, but left very happy customers! We ordered paninis and a grilled cheese. All three of us loved our lunches. Perfect size and absolutely delicious! Friendly fast service. Will definitely return..... looking forward to trying...More
We thought this looked like a healthy quick place to get breakfast while in town for the Tulip Festival after looking at their online menu. There wasn't too much of a line and we all ordered the egg casseroles. Well, they aren't casseroles. They are...More