Victoria Restaurant is an old hole-in-the-wall diner located on the corner of 49th and Victoria. I’ve passed by the place a countless number of times, and recently, finally decided to check it out. They have a menu of breakfast fare, as well as lunch items and Chinese food as well. I had their Breakfast B, which consists of 2 eggs, a choice of sausage, ham or bacon, and a choice of toast or pancakes; I had sausage and pancakes.
Breakfast B ($7.50):
This comes with 2 eggs, your choice of toast or 3 pancakes, and sausage, ham, or bacon; I had the pancakes and sausages. The eggs were a little strange in that they have a circular disk shape; I did find them to be underseasoned. The sausages were standard breakfast sausages. The pancakes were a bit dry and tough, but still tasty. This isn’t anything special, but it’s still fairly good.
I’m glad to have finally checked out Victoria Restaurant. The food was nothing to write home about, but fairly good; the price was was very cheap: you can probably have a meal for $10, tips included. This is certainly not the best diner in terms of food and service, but for affordability, I’d definitely recommend checking this place out.