In town passing through and asked where to grab a bite. Two people at the gas station said "Tilt'n Diner". The old school signs you see as you pull in are from a bygone era but very very cool. When you see the the diner...More
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We had breakfast here - massive choice on the menu from fry ups to bagels. Traditional Diner decor 1960's feel. Very friendly atmosphere and vibe. We loved that this was different from the usual chains and everything was cooked fresh, and served with a smile....More
Went here 3 times while in Tilton for for electricity restoration in New Hampshire. What a great spot. Albums and old prints to browse through at the entrance. Look up, is that a cool guitar on the ceiling? Yup. And 10 commandments of proper dining...More
I had the shepherd's pie which was excellent. Great bread pudding. Service was great, atmosphere great. Would definitely eat here again.
We stopped here on our way to a weekend get away and WE LOVED IT. It was a little crowded when we got there but we were able to sit right down. The menu is great because it has so many things on it. Even...More
The liver and onions was delicious and the helpings were huge. The server was friendly and our order was taken quickly, but the food took a while to arrive. It was midweek for lunch, but it was in leaf season, so pretty crowded. Fun décor.
Our touring bus stopped for dinner on October 12th. The food was sooooo good and the service was outstanding!! What a pleasant surprise. Usually bus groups have to wait for service and food, but these people were ready with servers and cooks! One of our...More
Wonderful, prompt and polite service from a friendly but non-intrusive Kirsty started an excellent, correctly seasoned and prepared meal. The Chicken Parm dinner ($10) was fresh, the coating correctly seasoned and crispy but not crunchy and the spaghetti sauce was excellent and not too sharp...More
The food was good but our waitress was great!! I like the atmosphere here except the middle section of the place. The upper level and dining cart are great but I always feel uncomfortable in the middle section....too many people rushing by to the kitchen...More
This place has a 50's feel from the music to the décor. They have gluten free French toast so my husband was thrilled. We have been here several times and would recommend it to everyone