As I walked in on Sunday morning I noticed that while all the tables weren't full business was still brisk for being late morning and past time for the breakfast rush. This is a true small mom and pop place. There was no hostess so I grabbed a seat at a small table near the door. The downside of this was that it took several minutes longer than normal to get noticed by the waitstaff that I was indeed there to eat and had just sat down. The wait gave me time to look around at the interesting decor. I found it really interesting that the tables and chairs in the restaurant are all mishmash and unique almost like they were donated or purchased at various garage sales. Even though it meant my chair was slightly uncomfortable I was a fan. The rest of the decorations on the walls like various old license plates and knickknacks gave it a very homey feel. Eventually though I was noticed, and I was hungry and ready to order.
|The difference between the biscuits is quite clear even in this picture.|
Overall though I have to say I love places like Ginger's. They're local. They're cozy. They're kitschy and they're putting out some pretty good food. Though there were a few problems here or there I definitely plan on going back and you should go try it out too. Let's make like a Nascar fan's pickup truck and put some numbers on this bad boy.
Taste 6.8/10 I would definitely consider this place above average taste wise, but because of the biscuit I got and the consistency issues going with that I didn't feel like it deserved a full 7.
Value 6/10 My meal was one of the bigger ones on the menu and it cost $6.95 cents plus an additional 2 bucks for the Diet Coke I ordered. It didn't seem like either a really good or a really bad value to me. It was an adequate price for an adequate meal.