Best breakfast in town. Friendly people great food . There is nothing bad about this place. I'm a local. I go here all the time.
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Mediocre breakfast. Tried an omelette that that was thin, more like a crepe than an omelette. It had bell peppers and tomatoes in it but the peppers in particular didn't seem to be cooked much, too crunchy. Cottage potatoes were overdone and dry. Maybe it...More
Good local restaurant for eats in old town Temecula. Came here for breakfast with the family. It was a little cramped to have the baby in her car seat but we managed. Fast friendly service. Heartiful portions of food.
Grew up coming to the Swing inn, as did our boys. We moved to Arizona a number of years ago. Whenever we come home we always come back for Breakfast or lunch. Nothing fancy, just good food, fast service and atmosphere. If your looking for...More
So disappointed! Home fries are frozen and terrible! Service was very slow waitress talking to each other about personal lives swearing and actually looking around me while I was standing at register waiting to pay so she could continue her personal conversation!!!! Will definitely not...More
When we arrived, the place was packed, but we were seated at the counter in no time. We were served efficiently and quickly! Both the corned beef hash and the eggs, sausage ( delicious) and hotcakes were terrific. I'd return for any meal!
Temecula's Old Town has a variety of venues for visitors and locals alike. Amongst the latter is the Swing Inn Cafe that is celebrating its 90th Anniversary of existence. You can order by numbers or ask for a custom meal - gluten-free, etc. It is...More
First time visitor based upon TripAdvisor reviews. Had the patty melt, and not that great. Patty seemed to be previously frozen and was not seasoned to add flavor. Onion rings had too batter..didn't eat them. Potato salad was just ok. Didn't wow me to return......More
This is a cowboy restaurant for a cowboy town. The Swing Inn has been around for a very long time. We only go there for breakfast and it is really good. Not in a yuppie, Orange County sort of way. In a old fashion, biscuits...More