September 3, 2012 by Anonymous Eater
Stopped for a quick bite over lunch on 2 Sep 2012. The waitress had the personality of a fence post. I asked for a glass of red wine i.e. little penquin shiraz she said we are out, but we have the merlot. came back with a wine that smelled like vinegar, when asked her oh she said we are out of merlot but brought you what we have left a wine called (Casmayer?). I sent the wine back and she returned with another glass that was just as bad. I would not feed that wine to a Pig. I recommend to the owner if you are going to keep red wine on your munu then your stock suppy needs to be stored properly. Even if you keep the 750ml bottles in the refrigerator the penguin shiraz is 6.00 bottle so you still win if you serve a fresh bottle for 2 people. to make things worse our food came out luke warm. For such a beautiful touristy town the food and service sure sucked in this deli. Next time we'll just pack a picnic basket.
February 28, 2009 by Hungry Canadian
Nice locally-run restaurant, very friendly owner and service. We stopped in for a late lunch. After eating a lot of disappointing meals over the course of the week, Deb's roast beef sandwich was a real treat. I like how, in addition to a pickle, we were served those spicy, pickled green peppers with our sandwiches. And she even had real fruit juice (no, lemonade is not juice, thanks!). I'm getting hungry thinking about it again actually.
More than a Deli
January 7, 2009 by Anonymous Eater
This place has so much more to offer than just sandwich's. They have quiet a variety for breakfast and lunch. My personal favorites are the Huevos Rancharos and the Chili Size!
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