Restaurant Review: Hilltop Diner

Submitted by Gastrofork
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Hilltop Diner Cafe is a small diner located in Langley. On our way to Othello Tunnels, we stopped here for breakfast. This place is very busy, so expect to wait. The diner has some cool signs, actor signatures and photographs around the entire diner, so you’ll have plenty to look at as you wait for your food.

We ordered the Tex Mex Omelette filled with peppers, sausage, TexMex cheese and three eggs sandwiched in between some toast, fresh salsa and hash browns.

We were also given three hot sauces that are made locally in the Okanagan and contain no hot peppers. They were tasty and had a nice amount of heat.

We ordered the Hilltop Breakfast which comes with three eggs, farmer sausage, baked beans, toast and hash browns. I was not prepared for how big it was. The eggs were great over easy and the sausage were crispy on the outside to give the dish a bit more variation in texture. My favourite part of the dish was the hashed browns – it’s crispy on the outside with smashed potatoes but with a creamier, smoother texture in the inside, similar to mashed potatoes. I don’t know how they do this but it was heavenly. If you’re hungry, you definitely want to get this breakfast.

The wait is a little long for the food, but I knew this going. The wait is worth it. I would definitely recommend checking them out and I will be back again.


Hilltop Diner

23904 Fraser Highway, Langley, BC


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