We stopped at the restaurant because we prefer to try local places when traveling. This little run down place is not very clean nor is it kept up but it has its charm and the waitress/ cook was super friendly. If you can over look...More
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Tina is hostess, waiter, cook, busboy and dishwasher. She welcomed me as I entered the restaurant. I took her advice and ordered the chicken dinner. The soup was excellent. The salad was huge. It appeared to be a pile of iceberg lettuce but underneath the...More
This place did the trick. I was at a gas station and starving to death when I saw this diner around the corner. We had lunch and Tina took special care of us as if we were the only people in the world to ever...More
Got stuck in a horrendous traffic jam when mudslides closed the freeways back to SoCal, stopped and went into this establishment. Food was mediocre, but the atmosphere and the friendliness of the locals made up for it.
Tina is so friendly it might throw you off your guard. She treated my like family the minute I walked in the door. Giant portions, delicious food. This place has a lot of character--if you're an Olive Garden type of person you may want to...More
Tina is a very nice lady. This diner is in the middle of nowhere like the hotel. Tina gives an abundance of food. Not sure if she normally takes credit/debit cards. The food is average. Quaint/Country Diner. Tina is a one woman organization.
This restaurant is definitely one of a kind. If you like fast food or a stainless steel environment, keep going. However, you will get super friendly service and decent food here. The owner makes you feel right at home. A bit of housekeeping would improve...More
We just happened across this place...well let's face it, Tima's (The sign-painter spelled it wrong as Tina) was the only place open for dinner. LOL Fatima is a very friendly lady, more than happy to talk about the town and the unique building the restaurant...More
Our recent dinner & breakfast were a genuine treat. Tina's room & food are a lost treasure from another time of back-road travel in the West . The people looking for it on Route 66 will find it there.