Great sandwich and soup choices with fresh innovative sides. Super capucino. Cute, quaint. I'm normally not a fan or ordering at the counter, but this worked. I would return.
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You will drive right by it if you are not careful. We actual went around it twice, before we figured out how to get in the parking lot. That however, should not take away from the very clever menu and great service. It is set...More
Chicken sandwich was OK. The slaw used was great. Didn't like the pasta salad but my wife said it was good, so it mush have been me. She said the quiche was excellent. This is not a large place in an old house and a...More
EXCELLENT customer service. Great menu but I needed special diet adjustments. Chef came out and made me exactly what I wanted. THANKS! Food was great!
When we were hiking near the Blue Ridge Parkway, we by chanche discovered this great little sandwich shop, located in an old Victorian house. The atmosphere is lovely and all the sandwiches, we have tried, have been delicious. Also the sides, that comes with the...More
Even though we were just passing through, we found TKP on TripAdvisor, and are so glad we had lunch there! Tuna salad sandwich is made from fresh tuna they steam themselves, on very thick, delicious white country bread. My husband, who doesn't even like tuna,...More
We weren't sure if this was a restaurant or a kitchen goods shop, but thanks to being curious and pulling in, we were pleasantly surprised by this wonderful restaurant "find" on a rural road. The lunch menu was varied and the sandwiches were so filling...More
Quite the find in this great rural town. Travelled to visit the D-DAY Memorial and wanted a quick meal before seeing the site. Town Kitchen had great reviews and lived up to them. Everything is homemade and the service exceptional. If you're in Bedford, stop...More
This is a sandwich shop in a beautiful old house with good desserts. I had a ham and four cheese sandwich with bacon jelly. Wow, bacon jelly. Probably the only thing that can make bacon better is making it sweet. Dessert was a fresh French...More