Just before opening this fifties-style eatery in 1990, owner George Graham described the menu as being "diner fare with Louisiana flair." Home-style ... More
Hub City Diner
Just before opening this fifties-style eatery in 1990, owner George Graham described the menu as being "diner fare with Louisiana flair." Home-style Louisiana cooking which includes meatloaf with gravy, chicken-fried steak, Louisiana Catfish, Pain Perdu Po-boy and much more!
Our son, and wife to be had planned a rehearsal supper inthe first week of December, the supper was on the night of the 26th. This place knocked our socks off. The food was awesome ( the menu was narrowed down to 7 items for faster service ), the service was wonderful, friendly, and quick. The party of 28 didn't seem to phase the service at all. The appetizers, food, service, atmosphere was top notch 5 star's all the way. You will find the prices very easy on your wallet, bring the whole family, and enjoy the surroundings, truly a family place.
OUR SINCERE THANKS, AND APPRECIATION GOES TO MR. GUIDRY, AND HIS STAFF !!!
When I walked in and saw that it has the old times theme, I love it. The first time I went was to the one on College across from Lafayette General. I liked that one, but it was too crowded and small for the amount of people that attend it. Which is alot. But now I go to the one on Kaliste Saloom and it has everything. The food is wonderful, I always tip the waitresses a good amount because they are unbelievably awesome and sweet. Now, I am working at Hub City Diner, and no matter how many times I walk in there I will never stop liking it.
Food used to be excellent. Now, you get your hamburger steak with gravy and side items all in one plate. Which means that your fries or whatever side item you ordered is drowning in gravy! You have to request them to put sides "on the side"! You would think presentation would mean something to them! There is one waitress that is absolutely awful - she is so rude! I have since stopped dining there and switched to the one on Kaliste Saloom b/c of her!
I live in Lake Charles, LA and always visit Hub City Diner when I'm in Lafayette - once a month. Love their appetizers especially the onion rings and the fried mushrooms! I enjoy their salads, too! Really good rootbeer floats. I always enjoy their hamburgers. I'm always satisfied when I visit this diner. Oh! And my kids always enjoy the classic car food trays that the kid meals are served in. Overall, a great place to eat and relax for a meal.
This used to be my favorite restraunt tin Lafayette. The sytle is charming, the service good, and always a great sound track. The last four times I've been however, the food was either warmed over, old, or over cooked. I have since stopped eating there due to the poor quality of the food. Sorry guys...
This is an amazing 50's style diner with Excellent breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Grab a blue plate lunch and a bargin. I'm a local and eat at HCD at least once a week.
The diner is owner operated and the owner ensures that the restaurant is customer service friendly. An added bonus is a menu with a Cajun/Creole flair.
A very friendly atmosphere and the best tasting burgers! My other favorite is their fried pickles! A must for anyone. I haven't had a bad thing there. Lots of fond memories. It was my husband's favorite place before he passed away.