Valliant’s Diner Menu

  • Soups & Salads
  • Sandwiches
  • Burgers
  • Eggs
  • From The Griddle
  • Omelettes
  • Side Order
  • Desserts
  • Milk Shakes
  • Beverages

Healthy Meal suggestions for Valliant’s Diner

  • Soups & Salads
  • Sandwiches
  • Burgers
  • Eggs
  • From The Griddle
  • Omelettes
  • Side Order
  • Desserts
  • Milk Shakes
  • Beverages

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  • They split the huge sausage links long ways then fry them. Yum ... I could make a meal on the home fries. I don't think anything is broiled ... so take an aspirin with you. They do breakfast and early lunch ... and then go home. It is a family owned business. See the write up in the Pittsburgh Tribune / Post Gazette ... Every time the front door opens ... I look up expecting to see Fonzi coming through the door. The 50's decor is just right. Parking is limited but the food is delicious. The waitresses are wonderful. I am very happy to see a non - chain mom and pop restaurant thriving.

    (3)
  • The best diner around to grab breakfast and lunch. Can't recommend it enough. I've been coming here for years, since I was a kid and worked just a couple doors down the road. I live in Butler now, and still stop occasionally when I'm in the area. I highly recommend the super burger. It's fantastic! Anything on the breakfast menu is delicious also. Make sure to check the specials board. They roast turkey and ham in-house for their sandwiches. You can't beat that. Not certain what the reviews about the poor service are about. Not that we're regulars, but we've never had to wait to be served, or noticed for that fact. They remember us and engage in small talk, but the waitresses are working for tips, and just being friendly. Depending how busy the place is you may need to wait a little for a refill of coffee, but it's still quicker than any big chain restaurant. They do accept credit/debit cards now, which I believe is relatively new. Parking can be a little tight, but there's usually a spot in back.

    (5)
  • Nice little place, friendly staff and attentive. Everything is always really good, the fish sandwich was disappointing. Just fish on bread. Could use a little work! Over all a nice experience very cousy and efficient for a staff that small.

    (3)
  • Went in for breakfast at around 10:30 this morning. The place was busy. It took about 15 minutes for the waitress to come to our table. Took about 45 minutes to get our food. We did think that the breakfast was great, however--one hour to get our food is way too long. I can't prove it, but as others have posted, I do believe that regulars get bumped to the head of the line. Were it not for the long wait, I would have given them 4 stars, but given the hour wait for food I am giving them 2 stars.

    (2)
  • Service was soo poor. People who came in after us ate and left. Another group was half done eating when we inquired about our food. When the waitress came back from checking we were told they just put it on the grill. We told her we were leaving. The last time I ate here the service was slow too. It seems that REGULARS slips get to jump the line. Just saying. Went to Eat N Park from order to food (they were busy too) was 16 minutes.

    (1)
  • This place is one of my favorite breakfast joints. Their food is exactly what you'd hope for from diner. Amazingly priced, tasty, and plenty of coffee to go around. I'm a fan of the basics, two eggs over easy, corned beef hash, toast and potatoes or pancakes (depends on how I feel that day). All that and a cup of coffee for around 10 bucks. Can't beat it! I will say that service can be slow from time to time, but they are always friendly polite. This may not be the place to get breakfast if you are in a rush, but on the days you can take a few minutes to relax and enjoy your cup of coffee, I recommend stopping in and giving this place a try. You may want to carpool as parking can be tight on the weekend, but there's usually enough room to find a spot.

    (4)
  • Breakfast 10:30am on a weekday, not very busy. Two omelettes, two sides, one coffee. 35+ minute wait for the food, $20 plus tip. Food was so-so, omelette was very salty. Go to Kelly Os.

    (2)
  • Walked in on a Sunday morning. Place was pretty busy but several tables were open. We sat there for about 15 minutes. Nobody approached us. An older gentleman, who is obviously a regular came in after us and was waited on and given coffee. Lots of staff shooting the breeze with regulars, nobody approached us. Mind you, this is not a big place. When we thought about how long it's taking to get waited on, how long would it be until we were eating. We left. Unless you're a regular don't wast your time.

    (1)
  • A quaint, retro-style diner with bright colors and 1950's decor. The food is inexpensive but good. We stopped in for breakfast and the bacon was perfectly cooked, omlettes were stuffed with veggies and cheese (I had the Greek), and the waitstaff was quick and friendly. Soups are homemade and they had ham & bean on special today.

    (3)
  • I've passed this place a few times and today we decided to give it a try. The service was very slow, the food took even longer. I had a ham and cheese omelette and my ham was charred and the omelette tasted so so. It's a cute diner but the menu selection for breakfast is ok. Just simple things like pancakes, French toast, eggs, and omelettes. It's not spectacular like a few other places around town. I don't think we will be going back. The waitresses don't really pay attention and don't come around very often.

    (2)
  • I've been here several times. Yes, it can get busy on the weekends. But if you have the chance to go earlier on a weekday morning (they open at 6am), please do so. My usual menu selection is the Greek Omlet however I decided to try the Bologna Egg and Cheese sandwich this last time. Both items are highly recommended, delicious and cheap.

    (4)
  • Raw pancakes, hard home fries and a waitress that only talks to you if you're a regular... Not heading back anytime soon.

    (1)
  • Valliant is awesome. It has such a great, classic diner feel, and the food is insanely inexpensive for the price. The servers are extremely friendly too, and talk to you like family. This is a family-run diner, and don't expect the service to be too quick - the kitchen can get busy and they often do not have that many cooks behind the counter. But the food and service have not let me down yet. Everyone I've ever been here with always orders eggs or an omelet, so I can't speak of much else, but everything is always great.

    (4)
  • Love this place. We go almost every weekend. Food is great. Prices are cheap and the servers are the best...polite, friendly and attentive. The kind of place they learn your name and bring you your drinks before you've ordered. I wouldnt recommend it if you are in a rush on the weekends. Its a popular place with a small kitchen. Try the burger if you are there for lunch.

    (5)
  • Slow service. Typical diner food. Probably won't be back.

    (3)
  • Went on a Sunday for brunch at 11:50. It was busy, so I sat at the counter. The staff was very nice, but the service was unfortunate. I gave the waitress my order - two blueberry pancakes and two eggs. There were two cooks behind the counter and a lot of order tickets. I haven't worked in a restaurant, but I don't think that its very sufficient to complete one order at a time. Anyway, it was 12:45, and I had finished my orange juice and decided that an hour for pancakes and eggs was too long for me, so I paid for my orange juice, which I actually thought was going to be taken off of the tab due to the wait, but no, I paid my $1.75 for a small glass and politely told the waitress that I couldn't wait any longer. Of course, my "order just went on the grill." I'm pretty sure that I didn't miss out on anything amazing.

    (1)
  • Charming diner. Good service. Food is just okay. Ordered home fries. The portion was about half a small plate. Very sad. Potatoes are inexpensive. Also were barely warm. Room for improvement.

    (2)

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Opening Hours

  • Mon :6:00 am - 2:00pm
  • Mon : 6:00 am - 2:00pm

Specialities

  • Takes Reservations : No
    Delivery : No
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Parking : Private Lot
    Bike Parking : Yes
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : No
    Attire : Casual
    Noise Level : Quiet
    Alcohol : No
    Outdoor Seating : No
    Wi-Fi : No
    Has TV : Yes
    Waiter Service : Yes
    Caters : No

Valliant’s Diner

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