My boyfriend saw "Pancake House" and insisted this was the place we needed to go. I read some of these earlier 3 or lower reviews and had concerns, but alas, we went, we ate, and we walked away less than wowed, as I expected. First, we walked in and there were dozens of other groups waiting. We were surprised when the hostess said 10 minutes and gave us a buzzer. Twenty five minutes later, we were seated in a half-booth by the kitchen door and had to ask for a chair so we could face each other and talk. The food was just average breakfast food. Good, but not exceptional in any way. The staff was very friendly and smiley all the time. Service was fine. I guess the 25 minute stint in the waiting area staring at Evangelical advertising for Right to Life and other topics turned me off a bit. I saw this in earlier TA reviews and it's why I didn't want to try it out. In the end, I went just to see and verify. It's their restaurant and they can display what they want. It's certainly a receptive area of Michigan for it. It's just not the cup of tea I want to start my day. Looking for food, not fundamentalism.
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