This is my go to dinner and breakfast place for a good reason. The hot hamburger sandwich is a panacea against winter.
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This is a unique little place, nicely situated outside the busy downtown core, its attached to a bowling alley in the back, and a bar on the left. We came here for breakfast on a Monday morning, and you can see this place was moderately...More
This was my favourite restaurant of our trip! First off the service was phenomenal, we we greeted instantly, coffees brought right away, tons of warm ups- my mug never reached empty( our waitress was very on the ball), our food came quickly and it was...More
I love this place. Straight up. I always go here on my own and always order the same thing -- The Fils Burger with fries and a Pepsi. It's very tasty and satisfying and the fries have always been hot and crisp. If you're looking...More
Phil's on Wellington street is a classic, 1950's style diner with all the old-style decors. They have a broad selection of comfort foods, but I like to come for the breakfast (served all day long) with the bottomless cup of coffee. The helpings are hearty,...More
A go-to breakfast place in the neighborhood, I make it there happily every few months or so. A fun decor, changing from time to time, it is a nice atmosphere. I've ordered a range of meals, and am always satisfied. Keep up the good work.
The diner is nice and clean. The staff was excellent from the manager down. We were greeted in a friendly manner, was informed by the manger about the happenings at the bar which is part of the restaurant. The food was good and a good...More
Bacon was underdone, and my pancakes were a bit undercooked in the middle, batter was still gooey. My husband said his omelette was good, potatoes greasy. The coffee was awful. Diners should have AWESOME coffee, strong and rich. This stuff was very watery, no flavour....More
Happy days menu. 😀 Regular fast foods , hotdogs, hamburgers, French fries etc.. Breakfast menu. Old fashioned ice cream, sodas, sundaesetc..