Delicious traditional diner breakfast. The home fries from local potatoes were remarkably tasty. Coffee was just so-so.
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We were forced to exit I-5S due to a large accident and we stumbled across a blueberry farm up the road whose employee recommended Edison Cafe for lunch. We were grateful for the tip and wandered into this cute little diner just down the road....More
Small out of the way cafe that serves wonderful biscuits and gravy; the half order is the Wednesday special. We look forward to trying other breakfast dishes (served all day). Try it; you’ll like it! Small with just a few tables; adds to the charm...More
We were the ONLY people here...We were not impressed with the waitress not so friendly approach...when we did try to order we were informed that the chicken, bacon, Swiss burger was not available because the school kids were expected so, I ordered the chicken strips...More
Wow the town of Edison is very eclectic a few restaurants, couple of curiosity shops and this diner!! Must stop and see, highly recommended
The place is cute and has been around since 1930. It's clean and the service is good and quick. The food, however, is ordinary. Burgers, sandwiches and breakfast all day long. There's no inspiration and nothing extraordinary; the prices are on the high side.
Stopped here on the way to Seattle from Bellingham. We were there during happy hour, about 3:30pm. It was a nice day so we sat outside. Only about 10 total people there which was great! Food quality was on par with the best Seattle restaurants...More
The soup, while warm, seemed canned. The service was pleasant, and the place quiet. We thought kids who love fries would really like it.
Tiny, neat, and tidy. Went for breakfast and stayed for the coffee. Great little diner with reasonable prices. Nothing fancy with good food.
Simple menu, well prepared, well presented, cheerful wait staff. I had chicken Swiss burger which included avocado a nice surprise.