We ate here at the insistance of my mother-in-law. "Oh it's so good, and the chef cooks for Olympic athletes". After we left I felt bad because she was so excited for us to try it yet we were clearly unimpressed...needless to say, the experience was not worth the 2.5 hours I had to work to pay for this crappy meal.
We were seated at the weird table by the window that narrowed out to the left. Sit at the table and you will get what I mean. And it was bloody cold. If you're gonna charge that much, double pane the windows and use some caulking. If you're so into veggie and organic, how about being powersmart too??
The server was nice enough, although she acted like a deer caught in the headlights if we asked for anything - as if asking then to reheat cold oatmeal was sacrilidge. Yes, my father-in-law's oatmeal was cold and...pink? If you're gonna put ruhbarb in the oatmeal, how about putting it on the menu? What if I don't like it???
Next up, the spelt pancakes. MIL said they were to die for and recommended I order them. Hubby and I thought they tasted like cardboard. Spelt, bananas, maple syrup, lots of promise... but so sad...though I must compliment them on the presentation of the fruit...it was very pretty...
My husband had the $8 basic breakfast. Cold eggs, stale toast, and cold mushy pest potatoes. He called it tasteless. I call it highway robbery. That's all.
MIL had Mo's Biscuit. Mo might be disappointed to be associated with it. She called it "disappointing" and it came with the same mushy cold potatoes.
Best we can figure is since it was around Christmas, the big boss was out somewhere and therefore food suffered. I think even if is did taste a bit better, is was SO NOT WORTH the money. Breakfast should be hot, fresh, plentiful. The Christmas day brunch feast my husband and I cooked up for $11 worth of ingredients beats this nightmare easily...
We will never go back. Do yourself a favour and go to Cabin 12 across the street.