This place seems to be THE place to go for breakfast on the weekends in Rockford. I must say, I can see why.
Although the place is usually crowded, when I have gone we have never had to wait long for a table. The food is quite excellent and the portions generous. I tend to stick with the more traditional breakfast foods. I get the ham and eggs and it's delicious.
My friend Tim is more daring and will try some of the breakfast fish dishes. For me, fish is not meant to be something eaten for breakfast, especially when it is breaded so heavily, but he says it's really good and I trust his opinion.
The tables are a little old and I don't recall booths being abundant. Still, the place is large and the service is friendly and good. The food is worth it and the price is very reasonable.
If you are in Rockford and it's morning and you want some good breakfast food, or maybe you are daring enough to try some traditional Scandanavian dishes, then this is the place to visit.