The Tilt'n Diner serves four star food
in a diner car setting
By Eric H.
The Tilt'n Diner is a four
star caliber restaurant in a 1950s diner car setting. What a
Try the homemade turkey dinner
with all the "fixin's" and you'll wonder why you spent
twice the amount in some overrated urban restaurant. Sample the
tangy and ample macaroni and cheese and you'll understand how
phony the market brands are. Taste the seafood chowder and wonder
if Rand McNally possibly made a mistake
and that the Town of Tilton is actually on the Maine seacoast.
Other standout dishes include
the wonderful homemade meatloaf dinner, a high end restaurant
caliber caesar salad, a flavorful and abundant tuna melt and, as a
side, perfectly formed french fries.
The Tilt'n Diner serves breakfast,
lunch and dinner under lots of neon within two dining rooms and
the classic diner car-- all set to the background music of the
Elvis Presley, the Coasters, Five Satins, Buddy Holly and other
1950s stars. It is the "feel good" restaurant of New
England, enhanced by a friendly, sometimes wisecracking waitstaff
and absolutely marvelous food.
Top off your meal with some
delicious blueberry pie, moist carrot cake or a sinful mud pie
and you'll leave the Tilt'n Diner wishing that they would franchise
into every community in the United States. They haven't franchised,
however, so the next time you're in a 50 mile radius of Tilton,
make sure you experience the Tilton Diner. It is indeed a true
Exit 20 off Route 93,