A tidy, simple place to get breakfast. The waitstaff was friendly a quick, the food was hot and plenty and everything came correct. The coffee was not terrible. The only improvement I would have loved is real maple syrup instead of artificial.
Lovely family diner located right in downtown Penn Yan. Parking was easy right on the street, if not you can park further up and enjoy the short walk. Lovely server and food was good! Portions were very generous. Prices were fair.
Angel's is a very old diner in Penn Yan. I don't know how old the place really is, but there is an old menu board with eggs for 30 cents and wheat cakes for 45 cents. I think the wooden booths could be the originals. We have mostly been there for breakfast which were very good. Our last visit was for lunch, which wasn't bad, but not as good as they do breakfast.
I was a bit disappointed 😞. I'm from out of town driving Amish. I thought I'd try a local mom and pop's place for breakfast. I was going to go to the Penn Yan diner but there was no parking and seemed too busy. So I saw Angels family restaurant down the road and went there instead. Only a few diners. Clean. Staff was friendly. I ordered coffee, scrambled eggs, bacon and sausage patty. No toast or home fries because I'm doing keto. The coffee wasn't the best. The bacon was extremely thin and barely any flavor. The eggs tasted like they were cooked in old grease and were floating in it. The sausage was ok. I couldn't finish the eggs because of the taste. The bill was $10. I still left a good tip because I used to be a waitress and it's not her fault. Service was good. But I feel like I could've had a better breakfast and coffee at the Byrne dairy down the road, which I did last time I was in the area.
Wonderful breakfast with a hometown feel. Cheryl is a delightful server and it's always a pleasure to see how hers Donna & Angel. Great value for breakfast and lunch.
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