I've read the recent reviews of this particular Denny's and am sharing a better experience than most, if not all.5 o'clock on a Saturday morning and nothing is open besides Denny's in Hendersonville, North Carolina. I've eaten here before but never really paid attention to the reviews. After all, it's Denny's - you have to eat.Sitting at the counter, I was quickly met by Chris, who inquired whether I wanted coffee. I ordered the "bold" coffee as this is my Denny's preference. Moreover, you're almost certain to be served from a fresh pot as this particular blend is usually brewed on demand.Breakfast was the Ultimate omelette, cooked soft - with hash browns and toast. It took a few minutes to come up with this selection as perusing the menu - with all the pretty pictures - is always a chore.Food was cooked correctly by Alex, restaurant was clean and bright, and server Chris came back several times to fill my coffee cup. I even took a cup "to go" as it's $2.75 and I wanted to stretch my dollar.That reminds me - 15 percent off for AARP members.Didn't need to use the restroom, so I'm unable to report on them. They are not gender neutral, but traditional.Overall a decent experience. 4-stars for quality and service.William E. Lewis Jr.Vero Beach, Florida.
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