Despite my best intentions, we only managed to eat one memorable meal out on our trip to Sidney ~ it was pure luck as well that brought us to this tiny cafe on the main street of sleepy Sidney. The place was packed, but the service was still efficient and cheerful. The specials were tempting and I ordered the feature omelet; asiago, mushroom, sundried tomato and ham. While we waited for our breakfast, I could see one of the cooks in the tiny kitchen chopping a huge vat of potatoes for hashbrowns. Breakfast was huge and I was unable to finish despite my best efforts. Breakfast for two was 20$.