Best Diner restaurants nearby. Discover the best Diner food in Topeka. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Diner restaurants near you.. Get a blast of the past in this western Kansas state capital, which was founded in 1854 by a group of anti-slavery activists and later played a key role in the civil rights movement. Visit the Brown vs. Board of Education National Historic Site, which celebrates those involved in the 1954 Supreme Court decision that deemed segregated schools unconstitutional. Continue your back-in-time travel at Ward Meade Park, which features an early 1900s town, Victorian mansion, one-room schoolhouse and log cabins. View aircraft dating from World War I at the Combat Air Museum, and visit Cedar Crest, the historic Governor's home, overlooking the Kansas River. Aside from historical attractions, Topeka is also known for its world-class motor sports racing site, Heartland Park Topeka, with its record-breaking quarter-mile drag strip. Topeka has its share of cultural attractions as well in the form of numerous art galleries, live theater and local symphony and opera companies. For a great family outing, head over to the Topeka Zoological Park for a visit to the tropical rain forest, naturalistic bear dwelling and the children's petting zoo, featuring llamas and sheep.
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4 based on 204 reviews
Went here with a group and ate inside. Space is limited. I ordered a chocolate shake, double steakburger and fries. Food was excellent. I'd compare the food to a better version of Freddy's or Steak and Shake. Waitress was excellent. Food was excellent and I left there for around $10.
4 based on 99 reviews
We stopped here thinking it looked like a good place for breakfast. I ordered several items including the homemade cinnamon roll, pancakes and biscuits and gravy. The cinnamon roll was dry and not what I expected for homemade. The pancakes were probably the best thing we had. The biscuits and gravy tasted like packaged gravy. The service was slow and not very personable. It took about 45 minutes for our food to arrive. We had a hair on the eggs and were told it was an âegg hairâ not sure what that is but it wasnât what we had:). All and all it was a place to eat!!
4 based on 66 reviews
My husband and son ate burgers and fries and they ate every bit of it! I ordered the Chicken Fried Steak Sandwich and Curly Q's. The steak was not hand breaded and was pretty greasy, which was disappointing. The Curly Q's were great. The restaurant and restrooms we're clean and the staff was friendly. If you're headed to the Combat Museum, KS National Guard Museum or Forbes Field you should give this place a try.
4 based on 43 reviews
We eat pretty healthy at home, but when we're out of town, we like to indulge and so we wanted to get some country cooking while visiting Topeka. Cook's looked perfect. I had the chicken fried steak with beans and mashed potatoes and can heartily recommend it. We also tried onion rings which were great and my daughter got a kid meal which was nothing special, but came in a really fun cardboard car. Nice!We also tried raisin pie, because, why not? I liked it, but they said they weren't selling too much of it, so don't know if it will be there much longer. Overall, fun and relatively inexpensive meal. Also, unlike some country restaurants, the portions were a good size, not too huge, but big enough to fill you up. Good and fast and friendly service also.
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