The gf and I again had a difficult time deciding on a place to eat for a midweek dining excursion; ultimately a diner type restaurant fit the bill.
A little disheartening to see only 2 other occupied tables but we were happily greeted and was offered a seat anywhere. The drab yet clean interior made the rainy day feel somewhat despondent, though I'd say is mostly due to the dim lighting and low customer turnout.
My gf's bacon, mushroom and cheese burger hit the mark for her. Big juicy patty, thick, crisp bacon and a lovely toasted bun marked the feeling of satisfaction. The straight-cut french fries were crisp, golden and rounded off a pleasing meal, all for less than $6, so amazing she mentioned it several times over. My veal cutlet wasn't quite what I expected, looking and tasting either like a really good piece of chicken-fried steak or a decent utility grade veal chop. Whatever it was, I still enjoyed it. It was nice to see that the toss-in peas and carrots at least looked to be better than frozen bag variety, the carrots angle sliced versus the usual uniformed cubes. My entree also came with a fresh dinner roll and salad, quite a bargain.
We didn't quite get the cozy service the other reviewers seem to have gotten, perhaps an off day, but they sure did look friendly. She did come by to go over the specials but we were otherwise balked for checkups. Again, we'll assume an off day but the service rating is a bit of a stretch; 2.5 rather.
Two tasty entrees and two cokes for $21 and change is pretty remarkable. I say yes.