Discover Restaurants offering the best Diner food in Swartz Creek, Michigan, United States. Swartz Creek is a city in Genesee County in the U.S. state of Michigan. The population was 5,758 at the 2010 census. The city is a suburb of Flint and has incorporated land formerly within Flint Charter Township, Gaines Township, and Clayton Township, but is administratively autonomous from all three.
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4 based on 65 reviews
The reviews of this place seem to be either very positive or very negative. Count us among the positive. We stopped for dinner and were warmly welcomed. The service was friendly and attentive. We ordered off the senior menu; she had fish and chips (with sweet potato fries) and I had two chicken breasts with mashed potatoes. Both dishes came with a good sized salad and corn for $7.99. Portions were very generous; frankly, we could have ordered either dish and shared it. The food was tasty; the atmosphere is bright and open. A high-class restaurant it is not, but itâs clean, welcoming and very reasonably priced.
4 based on 38 reviews
Stopped for breakfast on a recommendation. Food was excellent and extremely fast, hot coming out of kitchen. Prices were as cheap as you will find for good food. Only thing keeping from 5 star is the wait staff was not very friendly. Fast, efficient yes but not friendly. I would recommend to anyone in area looking for a very good hot homemade breakfast. Oh and not sure if it was or was not made on site but toast was way above average, not your standard bread.
3 based on 42 reviews
My wife and I had breakfast here. The food was good. The prices are a little high compared to local mom and pop diners but comparable to prices of national brands such as Ihop, Denny's, Bob Evans and Waffle House.The interior looks like a diner from the 1950's but I know better. This building was originally a Schlotzsky's Diner and it sat vacant a few years before it was converted to Mega in the mid 2000's.There are better local choices for breakfast... but if you want the fun of dining next to an Indian motorcycle and some "false nostalgia", be my guest.
3 based on 35 reviews
Noisy and almost always crowded, however, never have to wait for more than a few minutes for a table. Waitresses really hustle. Portion sizes are fair for the money. Breakfast is served all day.Flint, MI is famous for Coney dogs and Leo's does not disappoint.
4 based on 10 reviews
Most of the Coney Islands and "Family Style" diners in the flint area have a gritty, well-worn feeling. This place is nice and clean and feels more like a mom & pop place where the owners care for the restaurant as if it was their home.The food is good and the prices are reasonable. I ordered the fried clams and got a hearty portion of clams cooked right. The tartar sauce was cheapo Kraft that tasted and smelled a bit funky so I didn't use any. The mashed potatoes were good. The cottage cheese is served cold and fresh and it was excellent.Gordon Foods products (GFS) are served here. This was my first time eating here... I think I'll come back on a Friday to check out the "fish-fry" special. It sounds good.
4 based on 27 reviews
Best Mac and cheese that I have ever eaten! Fabulous cinnamon swirl bread as a side to my Irish 3 egg - Swiss cheese- corned beef- omelette. Rare to find smelt on a specials board, but TJâs had it. Coney dog was cooked properly. Friendly waitresses. Food served quickly even though the restaurant was busy. Food was served hot, too! Wish I lived closer because this would be a favorite place.
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