Traveling past many local stores and businesses along the highway, we soon arrived at the clean, modern and uniquely built Daijin restaurant. Fortunately, the parking lot was not full, but we also knew we’d arrived a bit early for any real possible peak of arrivals, also seeking to have lunch at this fairly new, refurbished restaurant. What was very pleasing was the clean and very inviting appearance of the outside, a red brick building with an unusual turret like area, which happened to also include a roomy dining area. The double entrance while not so important at this time, surely will be very welcomed for those who are coming in from any cold weather, as well as for those seated in the restaurant, not being blasted with cold air with the coming and going of patrons.
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