Traveling with kids we had to stick with familiar foods. We found Perkins to be a perfect fit. Nothing fancy. But good food, clean place and friendly staff.
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It was very convenient before we get to the Battlefield. We were greeted by the host. He was a young and friendly guy. My egg omelette was great and as I like it. Well done. My son ordered a larger quickly. breakfast and our food...More
Good food but very slow service. We ate there because their property adjoined the Days Inn where we were staying. Had it not been for the convenience we would have eaten elsewhere.
Had breakfast here on July 2nd and it was great. We had no wait, our server, Summer, was great. We both had omelets and they were wonderful. Everything was hot, fresh and perfectly cooked. Highly recommend.
We normally stop in all the time when we see a Perkins. Thought this one was no different, were we wrong. The restaurant wasnt busy so assumed no problem. We were seated after the server was done cleaning tables, never acknowledged we were there, never...More
Typical chain restaurant. The food was very good, good prices but the waitress was a walking nightmare. I am not sure if she was new or just overwhelmed. It made our group very uncomfortable. She would disappear on us. They werent very busy either.
Tracy was our waitress. I had ordered strawberry creme cheese crisps but unfortunately they were out. I made a comment how this was the 2nd restaurant in Gettysburg that did not have what I ordered. (Wasn't mad, just making a funny "this is my life"...More
We ate at Perkins for two meals. Good service. We had the tripple which was soup, salad,sandwich or dessert. Choose three for 9.99, great value. The food was tasty. We ate early so the resturant was not crowded. It is close to several chain hotels.