Summerdale Diner – Enola, PA

On Tuesday March 9, 2010 we visited the Summerdale Diner at 505 North Enola Road in Enola, PA. It was Bill’s first visit to this diner, Craig had been there before. The Summerdale Diner is a big, busy place, probably comparable in size to the Middlesex Diner in Carlisle. It was very busy that morning. We found it to be very nice, both on the outside and on the inside. Plenty of seating, lots of booths and tables and they seemed to have plenty of waitresses and help. We were seated right away and our waitress was there in less than a minute. She came right back with our drinks and took our order. The food came out pretty quickly too, surprising for such a busy place. We both agreed that the eggs were really good. The home fries were a little bland and we both felt they could have been cooked just a little longer. The sausage patties and bacon were cooked just a little too much. This was the only restaurant we have been to that left a carafe of coffee on the table for us to serve ourselves. This didn’t mean our waitress wasn’t watching though, she was right there to clear our plates when we were finished. Overall, it was a good breakfast.

Category                Bill                      Craig

Eggs                       3                                3

Potatoes                  1                              1

Sides                       2                                 1

Drinks                    2                                   2

Service                   3                                  3

Cleanliness              2                                2

Atmosphere             2                              2

Totals                    15/21                        14/21

The meal was about $11.75 for two, in our medium price range.


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