Reviews on Diner food in Middle Village, New York, United States. Middle Village is a mainly residential neighborhood in the central section of the borough of Queens, New York City, bounded to the north by the Long Island Expressway, to the east by Woodhaven Boulevard, to the south by Cooper Avenue, and to the west by Mount Olivet Cemetery. A small trapezoid-shaped area bounded by Mt. Olivet Crescent to the east, Fresh Pond Road to the west, Eliot Avenue to the north, and Metropolitan Avenue to the south, is often counted as part of Middle Village but is sometimes considered part of nearby Ridgewood.
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4 based on 35 reviews
Typical diner - thick menu, giant portions, generally good, well prepared food. Most wait staff VERY friendly. I don't like to spend a lot of money on leftovers - which is what happens when portions are huge and people can't eat the whole thing. Husband and I shared a dinner and took the dessert home for tomorrow.
4 based on 37 reviews
Whether you are going for a quick cup of delicious coffee or a family sit down breakfast you will not be disappointed. The Fame Diner offers a variety of classic breakfast items as well as any combination of food items to suit your diet or palate. Served hot, fresh and plentiful you will be satisfied. We eat breakfast there once a week and are met with welcoming smiles and friendly conversation. We had never eaten dinner there but have called for take out/delivery burgers which are large, fresh and juicy! Give it a try.
4 based on 37 reviews
Had lunch here with 2 friends as this restaurant that was near their job. Good Eats came highly recommended. I had their Hawaiian salad that was wonderful and large. It had grilled chicken, bacon, goat cheese, walnuts, grapes and pineapple on spinach with red peppers and onions. It was more then enough for 2 meals. My friends had a frittata and a burger that they enjoyed. I will definitely return but will be torn between ordering the same thing or trying something new. Their prices are reasonable.
4 based on 114 reviews
First of all, Georgia Diner moved last Spring to the Nevada Diner site, 80-26 Queens [email protected] Avenue. Met a friend there for an early dinner, so the place was mostly empty; by the time we left around 7 pm, it was almost full. The staff was very pleasant ad attentive, frequenly coming around to refill water glasses (and later coffee cups). Food was good - I had the moussaka, which was made with potatoes as well eggplant, my friend had the tilapia with vegetables and rice, which she enjoyed. portions were large and came with a salad or soup, and something I hadnât seen in years, a triple serving dish of cole slaw, pickled beets and three bean salad. Unfortunately we had no room for dessert, but next time weâll leave room! Because the ratings segment below was not respondÃng on my tablet: Service 5; Food 4; Value 5.
4 based on 161 reviews
Jackson Hole Burgers are family owned restaurants that opened their saloon doors in 1972. Born and raised in New York City our family run establishment have (arguably) been serving up the best burgers in the entire country. You can expect the best and fin
This was our first time eating here. We found it on Trip Advisor. We really enjoyed eating here. They offered a full diner type menu-breakfast and brunch selections, burgers(7 oz), salads, vegetarian panini or wraps, sandwiches,desserts, milkshakes, smoothies and coffee drinks. I had challah French toast with fruit. My husband had an omelette with cheddar cheese and mushrooms. Both our orders included fresh orange juice and coffee. Everything was freshly prepared and very tasty. In addition we had very good service. If we are in this area again we will definitely eat here. One other thing - they have both indoor and outdoor seating.
4 based on 254 reviews
This great little place was just down the block from my hotel, and Iâm so glad it was. Super friendly staff, from our server to the manager and cook/chef. The dinner portions were huge! If you order a dinner, be prepared to eat a ton of food, the meals themselves were large, but add the breads, the salads and pasta, and your got an idea of the amount you are served. The menu is both old school diner with burgers, sandwiches, and breakfasts, as well as fajitas, paninis, souvlakia, pasta and a whole variety of other options. I loved this little place. If I lived in Queens, this would be a regular haunt for me
4 based on 193 reviews
Stopped in here recently on a trip to Brooklyn and was not disappointed. I got the reuben and a chocolate shake. The sandwich was delicious and came with an equally good salad (could have swapped for fries but I'm at a vegan diner, should get something that's, you know, good for me). The shake was very good but not as good as some vegan chocolate shakes I've had in Philly. I believe the description said it was made with chocolate (vegan) ice cream. If so, that would explain it - the best chocolate shakes are made with vanilla ice cream and chocolate syrup. I also found the price point to be a little high but I realized I often have that reaction when I do anything involving money in NYC. It's a good spot to know about and when I was there it truly hit the spot!
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