This is a nice little diner located near the intersection of Highway 66 and Dalrock Road in Rowlett, Texas. It feels like you step back in time when you enter through the front door. This old-school diner has the black & white checkered floor and red & white booths that take you back to the 1950’s. Everything is very clean, neat and intimate.
I have dined here several times now and have really enjoyed it each time. Dalrock Diner serves American homestyle breakfast, lunch and dinner. The surprise for me was the Greek influences throughout the menu.
The menu is quite varied – with breakfast foods, sandwiches, salads, and “down home” foods. Breakfast choices include Tex Mex migas, omelets, pancakes, fried chicken & waffles, breakfast skillets, and a gyro breakfast. Their burgers and sandwiches are all delicious and come with French fries. (The Yankee Ruben is my favorite!) They also have a few seafood and cajun options, which are very good. The Greek salad (with gyro, grilled chicken or grilled shrimp), the gyro sandwich and chicken souvlaki are especially tasty and a welcome change when in the mood for something different. The meat is very tender and perfectly seasoned. This diner also serves the usual comfort foods – chicken fried steaks, chili, smothered steaks, fried chicken, and a variety of homemade country vegetables and sides. The food is served in a timely manner and is always piping hot. All the meals have nice-sized portions and are very reasonably priced.
Each time we have dined here, the service has been very attentive. The servers are very personable, helpful, and are on hand to refill your drinks and check on you. The owner is present most days and personally greets patrons and visits with regulars. Dalrock Diner is definitely a little neighborhood gem and is perfect for dining solo, couples, or families.
Be sure to check out the glass display up front when you enter or when you pay your check. It is filled with all types of delicious house-made pies and cakes. Have a slice for dessert or buy a whole one to take home.
Dalrock Diner is simply good food at good prices – nothing fancy – no more, no less. Check it out.
Sounds delightful. I was so sorry I missed the opportunity to dine there. Time to take the family. A great review.
Thanks, Britten! We need to have a ladies’ lunch or dinner here.
The setting and the menu reminds me of Johnny Rockets and , back in SOCALi. You definitely like your diners!! I have to say one of the things that I enjoy about a diner is that feeling of being taken back to the era of 50s and 60s when dining out was truly an enjoyable treat.
I do love a good diner! They just have that old -time vibe 😊
Agreed! Oh and the music 👌
Ruby’s got left out of my comment.
Dalrock Diner is great choice for a meal. The place is small–a reminder of the 1950s, when places like this were popular! Service was tremendous, food delicious and portions generous. The staff members were efficient and accommodating. Will definitely go back for seconds!