Very plain decor, breakfast was excellent much better than I hop. Clean, waitress was friendly and attentative.
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OK we needed a quick breakfast and this fit the bill. The cook in training however forgot he was cooking our bacon....and burned it. Had to wait til meal almost over before we got it. Service from waitress was good.
We went here before going back to New York the place is somewhat retro maybe to add more character to the restaurant itself breakfast is like any others .
I always wanted to try this restaurant out, it so happened that I saw it while visiting Dutch Wonderland. So we gave it a try.. I would say they are not any better than IHop.. I would think IHOP would have more choices on the...More
Went there around 11pm. The hash browns are amazing!!! The staff was super friendly. My first time there. Will be returning!!!
We were in Lancaster for an annual event and had to leave at 0'dark Thirty and need to fuel up on breakfast before we headed out. It was still dark out as we ordered and it was quiet inside. Food was prepared as requested. Staff...More
We had breakfast at the Waffle house before leaving Ronks and it was a great start to our day of travel. The cook prepared our hashbrowns perfectly and our eggs as well. Couldn't have been happier. They even topped off our travel mugs too!
There are no Waffle House's in New England, so we always make sure to stop into one when we can find one. They are very reasonably priced. There is a menu with 18 meals for $6.00, 12 for breakfast and 6 for dinner and they...More
My husband wouldn't miss eating at the Waffle House when we are in Lancaster. During our most recent trip, we ate there 3 times, and had something different each time. The restaurant is always a bit chaotic, but that's because of the open layout. The...More
With a name like Waffle House figured they would have a selection of different waffles. Nope just simple waffles. Ordered eggs and sausage and a side waffle , never did get the waffle they forgot to make it, sausage patty's were inedible. Never agiain