The people are friendly and attentive and the food is pretty good. Apparently in the summer, the breakfast burrito and omelettes are premade and just reheated? We could not substitute or remove ingredients (like no hash browns in the burrito). However, the food was still pretty good anyway.
Everything was pretty great but we paid cash and ended up $5 short when the waiter brought the change, but we didn't notice until after it had been sitting on the table for a minute, so didn't feel like if we said anything that it would be worth it because we have no proof really? So we just tipped less than we would have otherwise.
It's a good place to stop for a quick breakfast though!
We stopped in quickly on our way into Custer State Park.
The coffee wasn't the best. It almost tasted like dirty water, but the caramel roll was worth it. It was actually the size of my head. We enjoyed every bite of it on our road trip. They also have a case full of pastries that you can order for dine in or takeout.
They do have a sign that states their business will be slow because of new laws about their employees. The girls at the counter had to have been all of 12, but I assume someone in their family owns this place.
I can't speak to the full breakfast, I can only speak to the easiness of the takeout order.
Came by this morning, the next to last day of the season, were greeted by 3 delightful young ladies who were very friendly. We ordered a cinnamon roll warmed, a yeast doughnut with frosting and sprinkles, an apple fritter and a delightful brownie (drizzled with caramel and fudge). The girls promptly asked if we wanted anything warmed and offered butter with our cinnamon roll. We ate out front on the tables. Atmosphere was great. Our food was absolutely delicious. Would definitely come by here next time we are in town, well matter of fact we are going there again tomorrow before leaving town.
Such a cute atmosphere and the food was delicious. The Carmel nut roll was to die for. I'll be dreaming about it forever.
We went back for a 2nd day in a row because it was so good the first time. And holy cow! It was even better the 2nd time. We had the same waitress both days (her name was Lorae!) and she was so nice and attentive both days. We also noticed that the other waitresses were really good helping each other out and making sure everyone was taken care of.
Seriously, you have to visit this place. I wish I lived closer so I could go here every day.
Wow! What a surprise. We were just looking to get a quick brunch. We found sweets and a green chili breakfast burritos that was outstanding! We usually don't care about critic ratings, however in this case the Rachel Ray rating was right on. The green chilies sauce was excellent. The kids picked out favorite donuts. The two eggs, bacon and hash browns is recommended due to the good hash browns.
We stopped in here on our day exploring the area and were hoping for some good homecooking type food. We waited an incredibly long time to get our food and I would say it was mediocre at best. The burgers were over cooked and the fries were cold. Not sure what was going on but it seemed a bit disorganized. Our server was very polite but I was very surprised to see that she had added 18% gratuity to our bill when it came. I say this because we are a family of 7 not a giant party of separate checks. We have 5 kids with the two youngest under the age of 5. They literally shared a single
kids meal. I just found it to be a really odd practice to top off a not so great experience. I kind of wish we would have given one of the other establishments a try.
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Featured “Breakfast Burrito of South Dakota” in the March 2014 edition of Every Day with Rachel Ray.