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Review of Niko’s Restaurant Court St. Binghamton

26 Nov

Niko’s Restaurant on Upper Court Street on Binghamton’s East Side is by far the best diner in the Binghamton area. The diner is divided into two sections; one section is lined with wooden booths, an old fashioned diner counter, the local paper and a television playing local news. It is a relaxed atmosphere where families can dine and chat. The other half of the restaurant features a mirror wall, tables covered with tablecloths and carpeted floors to reduce dining noise. This is where people who prefer a quieter, more intimate diner experience typically eat.

The whole dining experience at Niko’s is phenomenal. The owner, if he is near the door, will greet you with a warm smile. The waitresses are no different. They smile and greet everyone; even my overactive children are greeted openly. If a diner chooses the booth side of the establishment, he seats himself. If the carpeted section is chosen, a waitress will seat the guest.

Once seated, the waitress brings the menus, and the low prices immediately catch the eye. With prices so low, diners may wonder if the quality or quantity of the food is also low. The food and the portions will bring a pleasant surprise to the table.

The portions are large. After eating at Niko’s, everyone feels full. The food quality also raises the bar for Binghamton diners. This is diner food, so there is no fancy steak or over the top pasta dishes, but the food that is served is a higher quality than any other diner in the area.

After eating the meal, visit the dessert corral, where huge pies, cakes and half moon cookies are on display. It will be hard to resist taking home one of these fairly priced, delicious treats after your meal. Again, the portions are more than fair for the price paid for a slice of dessert.

Niko’s makes as much as possible in house, including the desserts and breads. When ordering, ask specifically for Challa bread. If it is not included in the meal, ask for a side of this on-site treat. It is thick, sweet, delicious bread made by the fabulous Niko’s bakers.

Visit Niko’s on the East side in Binghamton NY for breakfast, lunch or dinner. It’s always worth the trip.

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