542 3rd Ave, New York, NY | Directions 1001640.747222 -73.977402
Monday 6:00 AM - 10:30 PM
Tuesday 6:00 AM - 10:30 PM
Wednesday 6:00 AM - 10:30 PM
Thursday 6:00 AM - 10:30 PM
Friday 6:00 AM - 10:30 PM
Saturday 6:00 AM - 10:30 PM
Sunday 6:00 AM - 10:30 PM
Neighborhoods: Midtown, Murray Hill
Annoying manager – The food is okay but there is a lady that is there all the time (probably the manager) that keeps on yelling at her staff all the time, whether it is from behind the counter or from one of the tables. Instead of walking to the staff she yells across the restaurant, that it very annoying. One day she was talking in her cell phone and being extremely loud again. Other than that the place is okay.
Curious Place, Even More Curious Food – Euro Diner is the perfect reminder that diners are a uniquely American experience. The poor folks at Euro Diner can't get anything right, from the eggs to the home fries. For example, I never would have imagined that eggs could be both undercooked and burnt at the same time. However, the cooks at Euro Diner somehow worked their magic and gave me a miraculous stew of burnt yet runny eggs, accompanied by a small pile of ground, mushy potatoes trying to pass for home fries. Facing starvation in a London orphanage, even Oliver Twist would have refused to eat this gruel. Aside from the bizarre food, the wait staff seemed nice enough; but then again my foreign language skills aren't good enough to know whether they were complimenting me or deriding my mother. The decor is a schizophrenic blend of futuristic mosaic that makes one dizzy. Although the decorative theme was ostensibly intended to impart a European feel, it seemed more like a bad TV stage set -- I wasn't really sure if I was supposed to be dining with Elroy in a Jetson's episode or next to Dekkard in Blade Runner. The nature of the food, however, suggested that I was eating the mush prepared on Morpheus' ship "Nebuchadnezzar" in The Matrix. If you're considering the Euro Diner, do yourself a favor and find some authentic American fare. This place is like Fagen chasing The Artful Dodger through your stomach.
Best Diner So Far.... – The neighborhood is sparse with good diners. Euro diner is a good option with great homefries and good, dependable breakfast. Service is a little slow at times but, there are worst places to eat in the neighborhood.
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