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How Is The Norwood Town Square Diner?

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I have driven by the Norwood Town Square Diner on Nahatan Street in Norwood about a hundred times, but have yet to try it. There is next to nothing on the diner on the Internet, and I don't know anyone who has eaten there. How does it compare to other diners in the Boston area? [Go here to post a reply.]
(Posted on 1/4/08 by hiddenboston)


Eric H. wrote:
The Norwood Town Square Diner is one of the better diners I've been to in suburban Boston. The food is prepared well and in ample portions, the presentation you would expect in a diner. The staff is exceptionally friendly and seems to know everyone. They also have dinners on Friday night. I had a terrific turkey dinner and another time, an excellent American Chop Suey. The chocolate pancakes are quite good, as are the club sandwiches for lunch. The times we've been to the Town Square Diner, there haven't been great dessert choices, unfortunately. Recently renovated but keeping its classic diner presence intact (counter, booths, stainless steel, etc), the Town Square Diner is a nice place to be if you're in the Norwood area. It's what you would expect of a diner, and that's a good thing!
- Eric H.
(Posted on 3/31/08)

E.M wrote:
It's the best place to eat breakfast. It's very cheap too.
(Posted on 9/4/09)


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