I have walked by this unassuming little diner dozens of times. A recent craving for a BLT took me inside. The menu was hanging on the window and the value alone looked phenomenal - at least1/3 less in price than a larger local resto. Inside was big, clean with well spaced tables and friendly employees. And obviously happy customers - with many an empty plate to be seen. The servers were calling some diners by name so apparently they have a good 'regular' base.
Back to the BLT...I chose it on white with fries and gravy. The white wasn't some pathetic little flimsy cheap-o bread, it was dense, perfectly toasted and held together the insides nicely (I've had sandwiches fall apart elsewhere on bargain bread). The fries were hot (likely not hand-cut, but tasty and crisp nonetheless!) and the gravy salty, but yummy. There could have been a little more bacon on it, but for $5.25 (a little extra for the gravy) i thought it very fair. It filled my craving beautifully (i'm not much of a meateater, so when i DO crave it - usually in bacon form - i don't want to go away disappointed. I went away happy, my wallet not so much lighter. I plan to go back for breakfast to see if it lives up to my first visit.
My boyfriend and I come here all the time for breakfast. They have a simple menu with the usual two eggs breakfast, selection of omelettes, and eggs bennies. They have great coffee and service. I enjoy the hashbrown potatoes as I am not a fan of the shredded hashbrowns. It's located on the one way in Langley. Their food is great!
Trying to find a good little niche spot in Langley for breakfast, but this place is not it. It's a bit overpriced for breakfast and there is nothing really to be desired to wanted. I ordered eggs, toast and hashbrowns and it wasn't great. Boyfriend order the same with bacon.... again it wasn't that great.
Onwards and upwards to search for the cute family diner.