I had heard how good the prime rib was, so I stopped by for lunch. The place is 'old-school', like a 1970's restaurant. The soup and salad bar is small, but the items are home-made and good quality, which is preferable to one with dozens of mediocre items. The tomato soup was excellent (the chicken veggie and rice looked good, too), as were the 3-bean salad, the bean dip, the pasta salad, and the house salad dressing. The menu was extensive, with loads of specials -- comfort foods like meatloaf and salmon pie -- but I had stopped for the prime rib. It was the best prime rib I've had in decades -- slow-roasted, great flavor, tender, and seasoned to perfection. It put to shame some of the prime rib I've had in Portsmouth and big-city steakhouses. The waitress was so nice and friendly. This place has no 'attitude' and no artificial la-la factor -- just great food and service, and good prices.
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