Find out what Diner restaurants to try in East Meadow. East Meadow is a hamlet and census-designated place (CDP) in Nassau County (Long Island), New York, United States. East Meadow is an unincorporated area in the Town of Hempstead.
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4 based on 55 reviews
This is my favorite diner for breakfast. Pancakes here are awesome. Coffee is good too. Never a bad experience.
4 based on 100 reviews
I was here two weeks ago with my boyfriend and another couple. I could not believe how delicious and how big the portions are. The dinner special is amazing. The section is the largest I have ever seen, The food was really fresh and very tasty. You can't beat the value. I had the seafood platter and it was wonderful. This is very good place for a great night of delicious food.
4 based on 220 reviews
The best skillet omelets I've eaten. The boss n staff are awesome. Always busy there. My favorite is the chicken and leek frittata with little bit of hot sauce OMG. Mmmmmm mmmmmm good. Definitely recommend this place to anyone who likes eating breakfast anytime of the day. P.S. they have other great stuff on their menu but I go there just for the breakfast items. So if you're in Carl Place and you're hungry go visit them. They won't disappoint you .I use to eat breakfast at diners and then I tried this place. Never went to a diner to eat breakfast again.
Had breakfast this morning at this recently opened DINER. I had a Swiss Cheese Omelette that was on the Breakfast Special Menu. For $11.95 I got the Omelette, Home Fries ,Toast, Juice and Tea or Coffee. Waitress was GREAT, food service was VERY QUICK and most important the FOOD WAS EXCELLENT! I can't wait to go back again and try Dinner!
4 based on 166 reviews
A dinner special for $22 was filling but, lacking the flavor and quality for which diners were once praised. It was OK. Chopped steak arrived well done but tasted fined. A small baked potato, a scoop of steamed vegetables, a small (very small) salad and a thick pasty cup of pea soup (which was not included) rounded out the meal. Again for the price what does one expect? But, it was completely average. I was most disappointed by the pea soup; I use to think that diners were defined by the quality of their pea soup and if that was the case, I'd never return to this diner! Service was fast and the friendly. What caught me off guard was being charged for a refill on the unsweetened Ice Tea. I was told that the reason for being charged twice was that the Ice Tea was a "Fountain" item that was separate from the dinner price. Its all about making ends meet. Average to Sub-average quality, small portions and pricey drinks sounds like a recipe that will either keep the place open or push customers away. Do yourself a favor, order the breakfasts, at least they are consistent and dependable.
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