Have you heard about the maple bacon donut? These sweet treats smothered in bacon are just one of the must-tries found on the Nickel Diner menu.
The Nickel Diner is located in a historical part of Los Angeles that used to be known as “the nickel.”
The Nickel Diner Menu
The Nickel Diner menu features some classic creations embellished with unique Nickel Diner flare and enough variety to include vegetarian and vegan options. They are open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and offer a wide range of tasty creative dishes.
The homemade corncakes, Brussels sprout hash, and fried catfish with a candied pecan sauce were featured on the popular Diners, Drive-ins and Dives where Guy Fieri admitted he was “blown away.”
The vegetarian entrees found on the Nickel Diner menu reflect a conscious effort to create a dish that not only looks good, but presents well and tastes great.
For instance the grilled tofu on tortillas with Polenta, maple syrup beans, soy cheese, avocado and salsa found on the breakfast menu makes it clear you don’t have to be a vegetarian to enjoy this blend of flavors.
Desserts to Die For
The desserts offered up on the Nickel Diner menu are all made fresh on site. They sell a fresh-made pop tart, a homemade nickel ding dong, and their famous bacon donuts among a long list of other desserts.
Bacon donuts are made fresh daily, topped with a maple glaze and dipped in fresh bacon bits. It’s a mouth-watering treat serving up a perfect blend of sweet and salty. It’s hard to eat just one!
The owners of the Nickel Diner have taken an abandoned restaurant and turned it into a hip and trendy Los Angeles restaurant complete with ambiance and great service. If for no other reason, you’ll want to at least stop by to try one of their famous bacon donuts.