Price Range : Under $10 ($)
Adress: 12841 State Rd, North Royalton, OH 44133
Phone: (440) 237-2212
- list_altTakes ReservationsYes
- credit_cardAccepts Credit CardsYes
- local_parkingParkingPrivate Lot
- directions_bikeBike ParkingYes
- turned_in_notWheelchair AccessibleYes
- accessibilityGood for KidsYes
- groupGood for GroupsYes
- volume_upNoise LevelQuiet
- transit_enterexitOutdoor SeatingNo
- tvHas TVYes
- turned_in_notGender Neutral RestroomsYes
We spent the night in the area on our way to Antietam. We slept too late for free breakfast so we jumped on Yelp and found this place.
Wow, what a fresh and delicious breakfast. I had the breakfast burrito which was outstanding. It was a faux Mexican, just the mild way I like it. The home fries were also great. My side of ham was just enough. Coffee was very good as was oj.
Add onto that clean bathrooms and perfect service. What a great way to start the day and the next leg of our journey.
I was hoping to like this place because it's near my house - wanted to make it a regular spot. Unfortunately, this is not a very good breakfast stop. The service was slow, even with a pretty light crowd. I ordered corn beef hash with eggs. When it finally came out, the hash browns were undercooked and the corn beef hash was definitely straight out of the can. The wheat toast, however, was very good. If you have to kill and want to wait for some very good toast, this is the place for you.
The breakfast buffet is good in a pinch. Have breaksfast with my daughter every weekend. The eagles looked like a huge desert. (In a good way) 3 stars for pricing. An omelet, waffle, coffee, juice $30? Since when do mom and pop breakfast joints get off charging this much for a breakfast?
Lets say you intensely dislike your life, then this is the place to go to make sure you get pushed over the edge to hating it. We walked in on a week day, it was not rush hour, it was early brunch hours.. we were greeted in a manner which resembled the weather in late December outside - cold. Which was whatever, we were starving and wanted to eat.
We were seated swiftly, more like - sit wherever, we'll be with you - and then we started to practice our patience. We waited forever for the waitress to show up who could not have been more disinterested. She had reached the epitome of the zen state of not caring, pretty inspirational if you ask me - I'm staying positive aren't i ?
Then we were trained further in the art of being patient for some of the crappiest tea I have had in a while which made me appreciate all the other teas I've had. This place should rebrand itself into a zen bootcamp at this rate. Moving on, then we practiced patience for sugar - its bad for you anyway, they were probably just looking out for me.
Our waitress took our order, then we meditated for a moment which felt like eternity to be reminded we need to be thankful for good food whenever we get it because we could have had food like the food we got. Bland, greasy junk which we left unfinished. After the brief lesson in letting go - we practiced more patience waiting for the check which ended our stay in this place.
We were really poor students so we walked over to get the heck outta the place, If i could go back in time and undo this, would I ... not really .. how else can i appreciate anything over sub par service, bland food and horrible choices in music. (fine the music bit was prolly not their fault but whatvever)
So here is the tl;dr version - go here, learn to be patient, appreciative and thankful or in other words, don't go here if you value your time, money and tastebuds.
Every time my groups eats here, we tell them that the food is way too salty. The soups are impossible to eat because of the sodium content. The same goes for their mashed potatoes and gravy.
They have a large menu but we are sure most of the food isn't freshly made. A lot of it tastes processed. Heck, I could do that at home.
Please please please stop shaking the salt shaker!!