Ham and bean soup was the days special. It was basically a bowl of pinto beans. Not a speck of ham for the three different people that ordered it. Good service, but will eat elsewhere
21 - 30 of 174 reviews
Lunched here during slow season in October. Service was quick. Husband and I shared the Reuben sandwich and we agreed it was the best we ever had. Thick slices of corned beef, housemade sourkraut, and tasty Thousand Island style dressing. Highly recommend! Restaurant is apparently...More
Needless to say after a day of hiking and sightseeing I was ready for a good meal. 3pm is a longtime from a 7am breakfast. A local had recommended this place and I was very happy with the food and service. The burger was excellent,...More
The motel person recommended Brett's. At this time of year they serve lunch until 5. For lunch we had a patty melt, french onion soup, & fettuccine. Wife liked the patty nelt - though she felt the french fries were not the greatest - a...More
Went there for supper and my friend and I both ordered the chicken fried steak. Damn, wish someone had warned us how huge this was!!! We could have split the meal. Flavorful and plenty!
NO BAR SERVICE - BEER AND WINE ONLY. SERVICE WAS TERRIBLE - 1 WAITPERSON, WHO WAS DISINTERESTED . Very short-sighted menu, at very high prices. Chicken Fried Steak looked like a "truck -driver's special". Décor is minimal, except for a giraffe??? Some people sent back...More
This restaurant has good food and great service! it is located in a beautiful condominium lodge.The salad with either Salmon or Crab cakes is wonderful!
We have been going here for years- The food is great. They have the best green chili cheese burger in town. For dinner the chicken fried steak is a must try-Someone in our group had the prime rib and they said it was great- Salad...More
We came here because all the other restaurants had a 2 hour wait for dinner. It is more of a high dollar restaurant, but the food is amazing. I would suggest it more for adults. We took our kids and they accommodated well, but it...More