Sweet Lou's Cafe
A Freehold, NJ Restaurant Review
Sweet Lou's Cafe
6 East Main St
Fare: American Breakfast/Lunch
No Rating : N/A - A casual dining eatery, not rated as a fine, high end dining restaurant.
Serves generous portions of well prepared breakfast selections.
Outside sidewalk dining in the warmer months
Recommended For: Diners who enjoy good breakfast and lunch in a small town friendly setting
Not Recommended For: Diners who prefer a franchise breakfast setting with a larger menu
Recommended dishes: The Cream Cheese Stuffed French toast with a blueberry reduction; The Omelette's, and The Sweet Lew's Cajun Chicken Sandwich
Sweet Lou's Cafe is small town breakfast - lunch restaurant popular with the locals and business people in Freehold.
They serve up generous portions of well prepared omelette's and pancakes for breakfast.
Their lunches are the traditional luncheon favorites of sandwiches, salads, burgers and entrees that are prepared with fresh ingredients and generous portions.
The prices are very reasonable and the service is friendly and attentive, even during the busy breakfast and lunch times.
During the warmer weather, sit outside and enjoy people watching.
Sweet Lou's Cafe is family and kid friendly.
(updated: January, 2015)
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