This restaurant is a family favorite. The previous reviewer of this establishment must not have had the swedish pancakes (my favorite) or the swedish meatballs. They also have daily specials and homemade soups that are to die for! If you have room, don't say no to the bread pudding with rum/raisin sauce :)
GREAT SURROUNDINGS AND A VERY COMPLETE MENU. I HAVE HAD SEVERAL DIFFERENT ENTREES' AND THEY WERE ALL EXCELLENT. A LITTLE PRICY FOR THE NABA, BUT COMPARABLE TO LOWER MICHIGAN PRICIES. FIVE STARS *****
Favorite Dish: A FRESH FISH PLATTER WITH PERCH, TROUT AND WALLEYE. THE BEST I HAVE EVER HAD
Okay, for some reason I keep ending up at chains even though I honestly try not to go to them when I am traveling, but I had never been to a Hudson's so I guess it's okay. Hudson's is set up like a 50's diner with all the memorabilia you could ever want. The walls are lined with pictures of James Dean and Marilyn Monroe and Betty Boop. The restaurant itself is fairly small with a small smoking section in the back (also where the bar is located).
The food is similar to any Chili's/Applebee's type restaurant. It was a nice place, but I would have preferred somewhere a bit more local.
Favorite Dish: My dish was so so (in fact I don't even remember what I had)... some sort of wrap. But the curly fries that came with it were very good.
Very good food not too over-priced shorts and flip-flops are ok.
Favorite Dish: Grilled Chicken Nelson. Named after Todd the chef. chicken, shrimp, crab, fresh mushrooms all with creamy alfredo served over fetuccini. mmmm mmm
Some people love this place and swear by its traditional Swedish favorites. Certainly the interior is "charming" in a "Kountry Kitchen" kitschy kind of way. But every time I eat here I'm struck at how bland the food is. It makes you realize that for a lot of northern europeans, salt and pepper are still considered daring spices.