All I can say is this place must be serving different food now. We had breakfast which consisted of wonder bread toast, corned beef hash that was pushed out of the can sliced in a patty and grilled. The homefries were frozen cubes that were deep fried. I'd go to mcdonalds first. This cost us $20 for 2 people
we've been going to that area twice a year for ten years now and always eat breakfast at Rosa Linda's and would never consider eating anyplace else, our favorite server's are Wanda and Jennifer but all are wonderful, we always feel like we are treated special and the food is great.
After years of watching the airplane towing their signs over OOB, my family went to Rosa Lindas before we left for home on 8/3/2008. Even though there was a long line, we got right in, the service was very good and so was the food. Stopping for breakfast there on the way back home will be a new tradition for us.
While in Maine we ate at Rosa Linda's. I wasn't aware that it was a pizzeria and cafe though. I thought the food was so good that we went back there the very next night. Sarah our server was excellent and very friendly. If you go to Maine (Saco) you got to try Rosa Linda's the prices are great also.
The breakfast menu is two pages long. Prices are fair. Service was very good. Nice comfortable dining area. A few more windows toward Main St would be nice. Had Country biscuits and gravy with sausage. Delicious w/o being too spicy. Coffee was bland. OJ was OK. Small Juice was about 10 oz. Bigger than expected. Highly recommended.
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