GUTOM TRAVELS: LOS ANGELES
LOS ANGELES FOOD AND TRAVEL GUIDE
NICKEL DINER DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES
GOOD: Nice atmosphere, good menu.
BAD: Dining as a group, your whole party needs to be there before they seat you.
Nickel Diner in Downtown Los Angeles is a retro diner with new-school food. The restaurant looks like the set of a movie with vintage signage, decor, and booths.
You’ll find Breakfast and Lunch classics: eggs, pancakes, burgers, and sandwiches, but also Mexican dishes, donuts and more! The food is definitely a mix of LA culture. One trip to Nickel Diner is not enough with so much food on the menu.
Nickel Diner makes all their jams in-house. They are also famous for their donuts, biscuits and pop tarts!
Corned Beef and Hash
Strawberry Pop Tart
$ – $$ AFFORDABLE. After dish, drink, tax, and tip, expect to spend $15-$20 per person.
GOOD. Fair portion size. Pop Tart was good but I wish it was served hot. Corned Beef Hash was good. Biscuits were a little on the dry side.
GOOD. Friendly, and very patient with families who have kids and toddlers. However they won’t seat your party until everyone is there.
Overall, SATISFIED. Nice atmosphere. Good for small groups. Not the cheapest breakfast in town but Nickel Diner is still a solid brunch destination in DTLA that offers classic diner dishes, with a homemade modern twist.
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524 S Main St, Los Angeles, CA 90013, United States