Bad food. Long wait. Pedro need to fork over some pesos to upgrade this diner. Polite staff. Gave us free french froes and drink since we waited so long.
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The good: The food was acceptable. I got tacos which had fresh lettuce and tomatos. My son got a cheese burger that he also said was tasty. Chicken tenders were also fresh and good. The bad: As you enter the building it appears the interior...More
Well this place needs a do over, dated, staff not responsive, like zombies, food was diner food or less, price was average, OK to stop and get a quick bite, but you may want to go to the next Exit to a food chain. Other...More
In spite of the billboards every mile on I-95, Pedros's is rundown, seedy, and mostly abandoned. A far cry from the glory days.
Below carnival quality food - just awful. What a disappointment... Junky interior (not in a fun retro way) just junky. Not very clean - or maybe whole place was just dingy.
South of the border is a landmark on the 95 corridor. Over 60 years old, it allows the driver to know that they have crossed over into South Carolina when coming from the north. But they really haven't made any spectacular improvements to the place....More
Where Pedros Diner used to be, it is now called the Sombrero. I understand that the building where the Sombrero used to be was torn down. So now the restaurant that used to be called Pedros is now called the Sombrero. We had dinner at...More
nothing to write home about, but along this stretch of road, it's the best breakfast you're going to get. Simple diner options, can't go wrong with the egg dishes.
The steakhouse was closed so we ate here, thoroughly enjoyed it. The service was very good, and the house fried chicken was excellent. Be advised while you can have a drink this is definitely a kids domain.