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article imageReview: Golden Coach Diner is a gem in Huntington on Long Island Special

By Markos Papadatos     Aug 23, 2018 in Food
Huntington - On August 23, this journalist was afforded the privilege to dine at Golden Coach Diner in Jericho Turnpike in Huntington, New York.
It is family owned and operated by a Greek-American family, and it has been serving customers in the community for 38 years.
One's culinary journey at the Golden Coach Diner begins at breakfast. All breakfast selections are homemade from scratch, with no artificial colors or flavors added. These delights include their Belgian waffles, French toast, and their pancakes.
For lunch, one ought to try their Greek salad with their own home-made dressing, coupled with anchovies as an added bonus. The diner offers a wide selection of soups, as well as steak, wraps, and burgers.
Finally, the diner offers several distinct desserts, including their Boston cream cake, cheesecakes, rice pudding and their savory chocolate mousse tarts.
All of the meals arrive at the patrons' tables swiftly and fresh. The wait service is remarkable. Particularly impressive about the Golden Coach Diner is at every visit there is always something different to try due to its elaborate menu listings.
The Verdict
Overall, Golden Coach Diner is a gem in Huntington and it deserves more than just a passing glance. It is a warm and friendly environment that makes one feel at home, and the quintessential dining experience on Long Island. It garners five out of five stars.
To learn more about the Golden Coach Diner on Long Island, check out its official website, and Facebook page.
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