I went there on a Saturday at around 11:30 with a group of 8 friends. The wait was about 20 to 25 minutes or so, not too bad for the time we arrived. It was totally worth the wait tho.
Service: The server was friendly, nice, and helpful. We were waiting for a couple of friends to arrive so the server came to check up on us a couple of times. She took our drink orders, then came right back when she saw that our other friends had arrived. During the meal, my coffee was always refilled just in time!
Food: I ordered the Frying Dutchman breakfast platter (Smoked sausage, sunny side up eggs, toast, hash brown, and salad.) The sliced sausages were moist and not too salty. The eggs were just how I like it; perfectly pouched yolk with a little bit of runny whites! Yummy! I love that it didn't feel greasy at all! Some other things my friends tried was the famous de pannekoke. The shrimp and chive one was my favourite! It was very flavourful! The waffles were light and fluffy also!
Value: My order was only $9.50 and coffee was only $2.20 (unlimited with a meal). The de pannekoke ranges from $10 to $14. It was well worth it for the amount of food you get!
Ambiance: It is decorated with a lot of wooden shoes and pictures of previous clients. It is a warm, friendly, and family atmosphere. It is a decent size with 3 different sections. It is a little difficult to seat large groups but they are very flexible in moving some tables for us. I would definitely go back!!