Stu­art Diner of­fers plenty of com­fort food op­tions

The Palm Beach Post - Neighborhood Post - Northern Palm Beach County - - Front Page - By Teresa Lane Spe­cial to the Neigh­bor­hood Post

Amer­i­can and Greek com­fort food, break­fast in­cludes omelettes, sand­wiches, waf­flfles, pan­cakes, bis­cuits and sausage gravy, eggs Bene­dict, coun­try fried steak and crepes. Lunch in­cludes ap­pe­tiz­ers, soup, sal­ads, burg­ers, pani­nis, chicken, sand­wiche s , wraps, s e a food, past a, beef, pork, gy­ros, desserts, pas­tries.

In true diner fash­ion, t he num­ber o f o f f e r i ngs was over­whelm­ing, as we had the op­tion of or­der­ing break­fast or lunch in early af­ter­noon. I chose break­fast, and my mush­room, ba­con and ched­dar cheese omelette ($7.95), served with my choice of pota­toes or grits and toast, was ex­cep­tional. The omelette was fresh and brim­ming with mush­rooms and ched­dar, while the cheesy grits were a taste treat. The toast had a lit­tle more but­ter than I’d like, but I slathered it with jelly and ate it any­way. A friend ordered black­ened mahi ($10.95) and found it fresh and nicely sea­soned, served with rice or fries and a veg­etable.

Wi d e v a r i e t y o f t a s t y home­made food at rea­son­able prices, all in a com­fort­able at­mos­phere.

Fast and ac­com­mo­dat­ing. Our wait­ress was pleas­ant and quick to re­fi­fill drinks.

Mu­sic played softly in the back­ground, and nearby din­ers were quiet.

Chil­dren have their own menu of such fa­vorites as grilled cheese, pan­cakes, burg­ers, hot dogs, chicken fifin­gers and spaghetti.

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