This is a great place to go for late-night dining or a delicious breakfast. The diner has a 1950s decor scheme, with booths and seating at the bar. ... More
This is a great place to go for late-night dining or a delicious breakfast. The diner has a 1950s decor scheme, with booths and seating at the bar. Some people like to eat at the diner with friends just so they can play songs on the jukebox; you get a full 11 songs for $1. It is located near Forest Park at Hampton and Highway 40. Breakfast choices include pancakes, French toast and cereal. The lunch and dinner menu includes the restaurant's famous chili-mac, burgers, ham and cheese, fish, chicken, steaks and pasta.
Just okay, the food is cooked rather greasy and raw, fri's hash browns have not crisp to them just raw looking and tasting..
I give this place a 10 compared to The south Kings highway courtesy that is over run with bugs and drugs,, yes,, YUCK
The only good cooks is in the morning and one in the evening, once in a while.. Other than that you have to deal with some jerk that undercooks your food and lets his beard hair fall in your food.. The lost my $300.00 a month and a few others that paid good to eat there 5 times a week.... Eat that up $ Want people to stop coming you will lose money either way it goes cause I know how much I spend and a few of my friends.. Soon business will die off on Kingshighway..
Oh and it was said regulars ruin the business, by one of the owners..
Ha ha lets see how much money you lose form those regulars now...
I really wanted to like this place, but not so much :( Yes it was a good value, but aside from the shakes and the atmosphere, nothing special. I had the Devil Slinger with eggs, hash browns, chili, cheese, onions, all on a plate. Not bad, but the flavor weren't the best match. The chili is very mild, I had to add hot sauce. Someone else had a burger, for $2.oo you can't go wrong. The last diner was really looking forward to their country fried steak, a huge disappointment, ground chicken pattie, yuck. No offer of seconds on my coffee, plus an ATM at $1.95. Not such a great find.
The food is great...value is amazing..10times cheaper then denny's or steak n shake (other late night stops) On hampton...dennys and ss close earlier..so courtesy diner is the place to go..cleanliness isn't the greatest..but they do what they can on a busy friday/saturday night. When you are looking for a hot and fast meal..this is the place to go.
OK SO ONE NIGHT I WAS LOST IN ST LOUIS AND IN NEED OF FOOD AS ALWAYS AND STOPPED THEIR LOOKING FOR DENNIES SO I END UP EATING THEIR THE FOOD WAS FIRE BALL THEY SHOW CAN BURN IN THEIR IT REMINDED ME OF HOME WHEN I LIVED IN MISSISSIPPI THOSE SUMMERS WITH MY GRAND MOTHER THE SMELL AND THE TASTE JUST BROUGHT ME BACK TO MY ROOTS SO IF YOU HAVENT EATEN THERE YOU NEED TO DROP END THE ARE VERY NICE PEOPLE.
This place is perfect for the late late night owls, the food is good even though the staff sometimes don't keep up on the dining room cleaning chores. Whenever we go the food is always good and hot the service is good and the price is right. So please stop on in after a long night of dancing grab some breakfast tos some quarters in the jukebox and enjoy.
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