I had been going to the original diner called 'Ada's' since it opened years ago and my dad was also a regular there for a couple decades too. He loved Wilf and Ada (the original owners of this spot) as well, and he used to even get up to help them bus tables when they were super busy. So I was very excited to try Wilf & Ada's and really loved that they changed the name to add Wilf's name in honour of him as well. That was very touching to see. My dad passed away right before the new Wilf & Adas opened last year so I was sad he wasn't able to see what they've done in honour of Ada AND Wilf. But I know he would have really loved to see that too.
I've only been here a few times since it opened unfortunately (wish I could go a bit more often) but I LOVE the food and the service is excellent. The staff are very friendly and they take time to chat with customers and get to know them, which is what Ada and Wilf use to do, so I was very happy to see that. I had the standard 'two eggs' breakie the first time I was there and it was delicious.
Everything tasted fresh and I love that EVERYTHING is made from scratch. On
another visit for lunch I tried one of their (grilled) sandwiches with avocado, bacon and tomato and it was excellent. They even have gluten free bread (which was actually very tasty). If you are having a standard breakie, you can ask for GF bread for
your toast. I've been wanting to try their Eggs Benny but the couple times I've tried to
to order it they've run out of Hollandaise sauce (which was disappointing, but a good sign if they run out). I hope to try them on my next visit. A wonderful spot for breakfast, I hope to get there more often in the near future. Just a warning, it IS a small place so if you're visiting on the weekend, try to come early or at least be aware that there will be a line up. But don't worry, it's worth it!
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