A friend had recommended we stop at this place for brunch on our way down to Plymouth from Boston. We got there at just about noon on a Friday, so we hoped it wouldn't be too busy. They told us it would be about 35 minutes, but it was closer to an hour and there were only 4 or 5 tables in front of us. They do not flip tables quickly here. The servers are attentive, but they take their time. They are clearly told not to rush people. It also took a while for the food to come out. Not a problem, but this is not the place you want to go if you are in a hurry. The whole experience for us was about 2 hours worth of time.
If you have the time to spend to have a meal here, the food is delicious. I got freshly squeezed orange juice, which is rare to get anywhere. I had the special omelet, which had bacon, lobster, cheese and avocado. I was amazed at how much lobster came in the omelet. It was $10 extra for the lobster, but it was well worth it.
The service was great. We sat at the counter, which wasn't ideal, but the servers working behind the counter were very attentive and very friendly.
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