The atmosphere is not fancy but they serve good basic food. Service was good. More of a diner than a "tea room".
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Had a great sandwich here. Was expecting a bit more, seeing as the place looks like a quaint old diner. Okay for the food but the rest of it is rather a let down. Had an Earl Grey tea too which was undrinkable.
Went for lunch, try the Specialty burger Big Kahuna ! WOW! Home made patty and fries, delicious. Decor date from the 60-70's, juke box, fun to travel back in time.
Great Place for a quiet bite! Food and service are both wonderful. I stop there often and have been doing so for many years.
No really that good fries were cold and small portion of meats left there feeling ripped off and coffee was cold will not be returning garbage food !
For those of you who know this institution from decades ago, it is not the Mel's of old. Much of the faded charm and cosiness is gone, as are the magazines, yellowed postcards, cheap cigars and extensive selection of junk food.......but times change and Mel's...More
Old style diner with the long marble soda fountain counter. Great homemade food. Old style booths with a few table choices up front. Staff is friendly and helpful. Downtown near all amenities. Check it out.
The hamburgers were excellent, you can taste the difference with fresh ground. Simple ingredients and nicely cooked. The smoked meat sandwich was huge, thinly sliced coned beef with nice flavour. Good service, fun environment and reasonable pricing. We tried the doughnuts and milkshakes too, which...More
Retro atmosphere. Good food. Good prices. Cheerful staff. Turkey soup really tastes home made. Smoked meat sandwich was tasty.
Mel's has been 'the spot' to eat & hang out since the late 50's for me. It hasn't changed much over the years; the food is great, service is good ,& staff always smiling & friendly. I guess the biggest change I have seen is...More