The Painted Turtle Cafe is in North Scarborough, Maine.
It's a pretty casual place, and shares the building with the Countryside Butcher Shop, so you know the meat in the restaurant should be fresh!
There are several tables for four and one or two larger ones that seat 6 or 8 diners. Plus, there was a long counter with a dozen or more stools if one preferred that to a table.
Mr. Eva and I both had Hot Pastrami Sandwiches with lots of mustard and a side of fries. The sandwiches were served on Marble Rye Bread, and the fries were really brown (which is how I tend to like them.).
The sandwiches were very good; the fries seemed a little limp and greasy rather than nice and crisp as I thought they would be since they were so brown.
The place was okay; I guess if I was in the neighborhood and REALLY hungry, I might stop in again, but I wouldn't make a special trip. The place was not very inviting nor particularly appetizing. I didn't have a desire to try anything else on the menu, even though my sandwich was tasty.
In all fairness, I read some reviews of the cafe on line, and they were mixed; Some people loved it, others, not so much. It's definitely not a "Must Stop" in my book by any means.
You win some, you lose some!