Blink, and you might miss South Phoenix's Peppersauce Cafe, an unassuming little eatery with a cute patio and a country cottage interior.
The restaurant, which serves traditional American breakfasts and lunches, is fast with sit-down service. Grab a menu and a drink, then wait at your table for someone to take your order. (You'll pay at the counter after the meal.)
pal got a tuna salad ($8.25), also a hefty portion with albacore tuna, provolone cheese and egg wedges.
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