Two tavern sandwiches were taste tested. Over all they very good. The meat had the right amount of moisture with a very good blend of seasoning and spices. The meat also had another unexpected flavor. There was a bit of a sweet flavor to the meat. It is unclear what the sweet flavor is from but it did not over power the other flavors or the texture of the meat. The color of the meat at first might make one think they are eating a sloppy joe sandwich. The bun was the perfect size. The condiments and toppings included, cheese, pickle, mustard and ketchup were correctly proportioned.
When I first walked in I noticed the restaurant was very clean and tidy. The employee at the order counter patiently waited for my order to be placed. The Villager also has a drive through with employees dedicated to taking of drive through customers. For customers who dine in The Villager is a sit down type restaurant with a pleasant, open dining atmosphere. My ordered was filled in a very reasonable amount of time and one of the employees brought it to me.
The tavern sandwiches at the Villager Family Restaurant is awarded 92 points. This is mainly because of the color and the sweet flavor. I will enjoy eating these taverns in the future and recommend them for anyone else.
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