Cute little railcar diner, the food was delicious! Waitresses are great! If you have time you you should definitely stop in, they serve breakfast, lunch and dinner.
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Quaint little diner, friendly and fast service. Standard breakfast items (not an extensive list) cooked to order. . . Nothing special. . . right across the street from several lodging establishments.
Classic diner atmosphere and menu. We had their "famous hot roast beef" dinner and fried chicken dinner. The roast beef dinner was very good. The fried chicken dinner was so-so with more breading than chicken. Both dinners were a bit pricey IMO at $14 each...More
We stopped on our day trip in Wellsboro for a late lunch. Not a big menu but the food is good and homemade. the servers were all nice. The pies are even better. We took slices home. The peanut butter crumb was to die for!
Four of us had the usual diner sandwiches. Hamburgers, chicken sandwich, and chicken fingers. The staff is extremely nice and accommodating. The food was ok. The prices are high for what you receive, especially the chicken fingers.
Very good food. Excellent cinnamon rolls and pies. Their hot roast beef sandwiches are fantastic and so are their soups. Very popular and sometimes have a long wait.
We purposely held out for this quaint diner on our 3 hour trip but were very disappointed. Dinner options are very limited- hot roast beef open faced sandwich was OK but overpriced. Fried chicken was very dry and overdone. Expected much better from a landmark...More
Old-fashioned diner, the likes of which I haven't seen in years. It really took me back to my childhood! My husband had an omelet, I had a breakfast special (eggs/bacon/pancakes). All very good.
While in wellsboro, got breakfast at this diner, it's what a diner should look like, small, friendly staff, the smells of different food being cooked to order. Breakfast was good and the portions were just right. What more can you ask for in a diner....More