The Inn at Cedar Falls suffers from what I believe to be an identity crisis. When first seated you are treated to a welcoming and cozy cabin environment. The staff are very friendly and seat you at beautiful wood tables with cute cabin accents. While I can't blame a restaurant for loud customers, it should be noted that this is where the first problem starts. You are in very close quarters with your fellow patrons, which can cause conversations to spill over to other tables. This, I'm willing to overlook as we've come for a delicious meal. However the 2nd problem lies in just that, the food selection. A cute cabin themed establishment would be expected to have good down home cooking to sooth the soul after some long hikes. Instead you are given a selection of "sophisticated" dishes seemingly out of nowhere given the rest of your inn experience. This presents the 3rd problem, the portions. I made the mistake of a "small" order. When my black truffle mac and cheese was brought out I couldn't help but laugh. I think I counted 10 total noodles in a tiny 3 inch diameter dish. It was barely a snack. While the pricing wasn't terrible for the type of food, I can understand how they get away with it. They bring out child size portions disguised as an affordable option. On a positive note, the breakfast was great, and did manage to salvage an otherwise confusing and poor dining experience.