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Posted by Peter on 02/05/2012
If you order online, you won't always get exactly what you want. ie if an entree comes with a side, Daisy's decides what you get. If they don't have what you ordered, they'll send something else close to what you ordered. Which is exactly what happened on my last online order. I'm going to call from now on so that I know I'll be getting what I ordered.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/12/2010
It might sound weird that a diner could have great delivery, but Daisy's is excellent. Yes it is diner food but the quality is way better - I'd almost compare it to if you cooked it yourself at home - doesn't taste gross frozen or processed. They seem to care about the food they are serving you. Definitely recommend it.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/09/2010
Not the most disappointing food, but definitely not as good as some of the ratings below suggest. The greek salad was decent but the burger was sub par.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/14/2010
Breakfasts are the best.
Posted by anonymous on 01/29/2010
The service there is not good in the morning especially the weekdays they are all distracted talking about everybody else or eating going in afternoon time was much more pleasent total oppositte waits stuff much friendlier attentive I would say very attentive but food is great and so are the prices but the boss needs to fix his morning crew.
Posted by anonymous on 12/10/2009
Daisy's always delivers and, as long as you're not expecting a gourmet five course meal, you won't ever be disappointed. Standard diner food but better quality than any diner in the area (including both Puritys) and a much better buy. Service is as good as you can find anywhere, both to stay and to go. Ive been ordering latenight delivery for years now. Just don't forget to tip these hardworking folks generously because an affordable place like this is the exception in this area.
Posted by D Meyer on 06/06/2009
You call them, and ask "Are you still delivering?". The guy on the phone says in a non-chalant tone "24 hours." There are nights when you get home, and there's nothing in the fridge, and all the corner stores are closed in a 4 block radius and you just don't have the energy to walk any further. It's not a big production, and the food shows up under an hour, and it's perfectly decent. You're not going to be amazed by the food, but it is certainly food, and certainly edible. The menu is very diverse, so your experience sort of depends on your quality as a meal curator. As long as you can be thoughtful and considerate of what will travel well as you are awaiting delivery, I don't think you'll be disappointed. Cheap too, just don't forget to tip.