Oakley >Food & Dining > Road Island Diner
I recently ate at the Road Island Diner for the first time, and I was blown away. Not only is the area of Utah beautiful and the condition and environment of the building astounding, but the food is awesome. We tried several of the appetizers and had breakfast food and lunch food and we were all sharing each others meals and trying different selections and we loved it all! Can't wait to go back.
It's a bit out of the way, but well worth taking the time to find it. A 1939 diner towed to Oakley, UT from Rhode Island. What an experience. The diner is beautiful...like a step back in time. The food was delicious, the service was great and the atmosphere was too. As someone from the south, I was surprised and delighted that they even had grits as a side item. "Road Island Diner" was truly my favorite dining experience while visiting Utah.
The server we had was great. Lots of energy, fun and very engaging. Food portions were just right and the food was pretty good and they are open on Sunday morning for breakfast. Not many restaraunts are open on Sunday in this area. Thanks for being open.
I came during the most busy day possible but i wanted to impress my friends with the great new spot. Though it was the 4th of july in oakley we were received with a smile and treated like stars. The food was fresh, carefully prepared and served hot. Though i didn't grow up around diners i can appreciate the craftsmanship. I loved the sweet girls in their old fashioned dresses. Great place to eat!!!! Try the Keith's Philly
Not very good. I have eaten here a few times and all three times I have left disappointed. I have tried dinner twice and breakfast once. The dinner food wasn't anything special - just greasy and definitely not fresh. Breakfast isn't good either. Hash browns were cooking when we walked in and by the time we left (an hour or so later) the same potatoes were shoved to the corner of the cook top and you could tell they were way way overcooked/mushy and did I mention the flies swarming the potatoes? As I was walking out, the cook plated and then had the waitress serve to patrons. Not good. I really want this place to succeed, but they have to make better, fresh, healthier food.
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