I would never have known this place existed if a friend hadn't brought me. I'm glad she did. Whenever I eat at a new place, I tend to lean toward something "safe", like burgers. My theory is that an eatery of any kind shouldn't be able to mess up a good burger. So far, this place didn't disappoint there. I ordered a cheeseburger with chips, and that is exactly what I received, complete with the salad (lettuce, tomato, pickle) on the side. The chips came in a bag. No worries. For my drink, coffee with cream and the waitress kept that coming.
My friend ordered a grilled ham and cheese sandwich, which came without the ham. After several unsuccessful attempts to catch the attention of the waitress, I raised my coffee mug, which caught the young woman's eye immediately, summoning her over. She filled my cup and I motioned to my friend, casually mentioning that the ham was missing from her sandwich. The issue was immediately seen to and the order returned to our table. My friend looked at me strangely, to which I shrugged and replied that my mother had been a waitress for many years and had taught me a thing or twelve.
Aside from that tiny bump in the road, the food was good, filling; the service was better than most local places I've been to; the coffee was hot and never-ending. The people were interesting to watch, both tourist and local alike, and never ceased to be a source of amusement and entertainment for my friend and me.
I would definitely recommend this place as a pit stop to get in out of the heat or the cold, or whatever Mother Nature throws at you.
(TIP: Just outside the restuarant, there's an alcove with a shrine. Stop in, say a prayer, ask for a blessing, leave an offering. Even if you don't believe or follow the same path or faith, it doesn't hurt to pay your respects. I did.)
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