Normal diner items. Some items a little high in price. A good variety of food. Nothing special. Very nice decor inside. Friendly staff.
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Love this place. I love their breakfast. Wonderful location in historic Old Town Coppell. Close to Gaylord Texan and Great Wolf Lodge. The close at 2:30 every day so get there before then
Went there for lunch today, 10/5/2016 and ordered the Liver and Onions and for a side I ordered mashed potato’s and brown gravy. Two nice pieces of Liver, smothered in gravy and onions and a large scoop of fluffy, buttery tasting mashed potato’s covered in gravy. I also got a nice soft roll. Everything was very good and the waitress,... More
I was in the area for a conference and crossed the freeway to check out something to eat. Like a few other reviews, I saw breakfasts being served and wished I went that direction. The burger was good though, and I'm glad I chose it. Service was good, though not very friendly. It seems like the locals got the attention.... More
The atmosphere here is like a typical 50's diner. They offer breakfast and lunch items only, so make sure you get in before 2:00 pm. The food is pretty good, but their pancakes can sometimes be inconsistent. It's a greasy spoon, so it'll be a challenge for the health conscious dieters. The service is good and the people are friendly.... More
The #1 with egg over easy, bacon and a chocolate chip pancake is my go to breakfast. Great, fast service in an old school design. Love this place.
The exterior décor gives the impression of made from scratch home style cooking - not even close. It is as though they open up boxes from Sam’s and do a heat and serve. I was surprised and disappointed. There are other restaurants opening across the street with old Dallas beginnings (Twisted Root, Dodie’s) and very good food. Without some changes... More
Love the wait staff, yummy pancakes and endless drinks. It has great decorations just like an old diner and I love their ice! Small and chewable.
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