We were staying at a nearby hotel, and this place was resonably priced, so we gave it a go. The older gentlemen was great, served iced water on arrival, and brought out the most wonderful sourdough bread.
We ate there 5 nights, and the first two nights were great. On the third night, there was no sign of the Gentlemen. We went and sat down, and the menus were virtually thrown at us. There was no water, but it was warm. There was no beautiful sourdough bread, and when asked for a orange juice, was given a coke!!
When the meals came out, I was given someone elses blueberry muffin. Then to cap it off I was given someone elses bill and credit card.
Things did slightly improve over the next few nights, though we never did have any more of that sourdough bread again.
Pros: Cheap, had the basics
Cons: service a bit slow, top of a steep hill, tight squeeze