Cafes and Bakeries, Food, Vancouver

Lucy’s Eastside Diner

I imagined myself being Sandy from Grease sipping on my milkshake across my Danny boy when I went to Lucy’s Eastside Diner for a Sunday dinner with Jacky. Rocking the 80’s look, Lucy’s Eastside Diner will take you to a scene from a 70’s or 80’s movies. Located in the Mount Pleasant area, the diner is opened 24 hours serving all day breakfast, dinner and amazing milkshakes. All they needed was a jukebox or a pinball machine to complete the vintage diner look.

The service was slow at first, until a really nice lady server got to us. She was so cheerful and she was fast with her orders. At around 7:30pm, she was the only server in the whole diner, so huge props to her for being so efficient and kind!

lily (4)

The first thing I ordered was the Peanut Butter and Chocolate Milkshake (CAD5.5). I thought that you couldn’t blend the flavours together, so it was definitely PB and chocolate when I was told that I could be creative. This is a 20 oz heavy, creamy and cold milkshake topped with whipped cream that must be shared between two people. I could taste the peanut butter bits in the chocolate ice cream mix which made it even more sweeter and heavenly.

lil (3)

Jacky likes breakfast food for dinner, so he ordered the 3 Egg Omelette (CAD9.5) with chorizo, mushrooms, caramelized onions, and monetary “Jack” cheese (punny). The omelette was huge and it was definitely made out of 3 eggs. Overall the meal tasted a bit dry but it’s good enough to make you full.

lily (1)

I wanted a fat, heavy, carb stuffed, and cheesy dinner. What better option than the Mac n Cheese and Pulled Pork Hoagie (CAD9.5)? I chose the vegetable soup on the side to add some “greens” to my meal, but I found it tasting like vegetable canned soup. On the good side, the toasted hoagie with hot and juicy pulled pork sealed with BBQ juiciness and a mountain of melting mac n cheese was very very good.

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