The restaurant was very clean. Other diner style restaurants can be very dingy, poorly ventilated, poorly maintained, etc.
Blonde Betty Boop?
Classic diner style booth seating with shiny red seats. :)
Tabletop diner jukebox. I was looking for the Rolling Stones' "Satisfaction", but the food arrived really quickly, so I didn't bother with the music and attended to my stomach's needs instead.
Florentine Omelette. It is filled with feta cheese, spinach, and mushrooms. It wasn't bad. What I liked is that you did not need to add any condiments/sauces to it because the flavours were adequate. However, the omelette seemed to be overcooked by about 30 seconds; the omelette's exterior was slightly dry and crispy.
Hamburger Steak Dinner. I'll describe each component in a clockwise rotation, starting from the rice.
The rice was well cooked and fluffy. It smelled nice, and was moderately seasoned; its flavours weren't overpowering.
The garlic toast was very good. I loathe garlic bread, yet That 50's Diner managed to serve really well toasted, non-greasy slices of garlic bread which I loved.
The steamed vegetables were alright. They're steamed vegetables, so there's not much to say about them. Sliced carrots, cauliflower, and broccoli aren't the most awe-inspiring vegetables...
The slice of beef, the most important component on the plate, was moist and delicious. The gravy and onions perfected all the other components on the plate.
As a food blogger, I had to make sure that the beef was perfectly cooked. I swept the onions and gravy off and examined it. Though the picture above isn't very clear, you can clearly see the well-defined grill marks on the meat. The meat was cooked very well. :)
Aww :( Where'd the food go?
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