Thyme Out Cafe (3 reviews)
My mother and I went to Thyme Out for lunch on June 12, 2012, at about 11:30. By 12:30, we still didn't have our food. It did come soon after that, though. My mom had the lobster bisque, which came in a large bowl and was very tasty along with a small piece of spinach quiche, which was actually overcooked and the crust was burnt. I had the turkey club panini, which looked great, but when I bit into it, I noticed there wasn't much turkey. I opened the sandwich and found what looked like Buddig meat (a thin, prepackaged, deli-style turkey). A friend and I ate here the summer before this one and I don't remember this 'fake meat' on my sandwich then, so needless to say I was disappointed. The restaurant atmosphere is beautiful and the server was sweet, but she was responsible for the entire restaurant, inside and out, all alone, and this was the lunch rush. I remember eating outside last summer, and our server then also had the entire restaurant to work herself, so this seems to be the norm there.
Totally charming in a 100 year old home..More emphasis on food than teas offered but food was outstanding a must visit!!!
charming cafe with exceptional food and atmosphere