Reviews on Diner food in Afton, Oklahoma, United States. Afton is a town in southwest Ottawa County, Oklahoma, United States. The population was 1,049 as of the 2010 census, with population growth stemming from the near abandonment of nearby towns of Cardin and Picher because of ground contamination sites by local mining quarries. The town may have been named for the Scottish River Afton.
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4 based on 116 reviews
Breakfast,lunch and dinner,this place is a winner.Service is always very good. I think the pricing is way too low.Around eight bucks for a three egg olmette with homefries and toast nd that includes tax. Also think about increasing your tip percentage (20%of $8 dollars is only $1.60) Enjoy.
4 based on 20 reviews
Family owned, friendly cafÃ© located on Route 66. Friendly waitstaff, lots of locals & homemade entrees & desserts. We serve a full menu throughout the day and also have daily specials. Homemade cobblers, pies & cakes made daily in-house. Follow us on Face
Stopped in for breakfast and once again we had ham, eggs, hash browns, and biscuit and gravy. It was all good. The coffee was great. Our waitress was good. By the time we left, there were quite a few police officers there to eat. We highly recommend this cafe. It's not big inside and not fancy looking outside but the service and food is well worth the stop.Awesome! So glad that you enjoyed it and we hope to see you again. ;-)
Busy hole in the wall place, staff prompt and friendly, older building, no frills, blue collar diner. We were the only women in the place for lunch, not handicap accessible. Seat yourself, dat at only table available by the kitchen which could use a fresh coat of paint, daily specials, cheap lunch, no frills presentation food. I had turkey sandwich served with pkg of chips, water $5.20
3 based on 68 reviews
We stopped in for a potty break and a bite to eat. We had planned to share a sandwich but the "homemade pie" sign caught our eye and we caved!! I had the peanut butter pie and my husband had the chocolate cream pie. Both were outstanding!!! The crust was flaky and the fillings amazing. The restaurant was very busy so we had to wait a little more than normal but it was well worth the wait. We will definitely stop in here again.
4 based on 40 reviews
Stopped by for a quick breakfast before a day of sightseeing Clean, wait staff business like than friendly for a small local eatery. Hash browns arrived cold, not Luke warm, cold. They did bring replacement but no compensation. No frills, food ok, nothing special.
4 based on 21 reviews
I was on my way home from work and decided I didn't feel like cooking anything so I called the nice Folks at Bobbers to see what the special was for the evening. Of course whatever they said was going to sound good since I wasn't going to have to cook it so I ordered the special. They had it ready for me when I got there and even threw in some extras just because I had dined there before. They are a super group of people. Always act like it's a big deal that you're at their restaurant. I love these guys and I will continue to order breakfast on my way to work every so often and dinner whenever I don't feel like cooking when I get home. Great value for the money. Excellent food. Surprisingly good food for what you might expect in a Tiny Town. Absolutely worth a try if you haven't been there yet.
4 based on 336 reviews
Clanton's has been a family tradition in Vinita Oklahoma since 1927. Generations of Clanton's have prepared meals for their neighbors. It is the oldest continually owned family restaurant on Route 66 in the state of Oklahoma. The Clanton's family have bee
We stopped on our way from MN back to Texas. I love trying non chain hometown places. It was definitely a step back in time with the decor and everything but cute. We both ordered chicken fajita quesadillas. It took awhile to get out food, which I found odd, since those are pretty quick to cook up. When the food came, it looked very good and was huge (8 pieces). I took my first bite and could not figure out at first, but it had an odd taste.As I opened the tortilla up, I find NO fajita style chicken, but more of a boiled chicken DARK MEAT! I'm sorry but this is nasty. I don't like dark meat chicken in the first place and it was advertised as FAJITA CHICKEN.I wasn't going to make a big deal to the waitress, so I just got my check and left. My daughter tried to eat what she could....but it was just bad.Was not going to try dessert after that bad experience.
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