Big 6

The first time we tried to find Big 6, we ended up in New Westminister!  Tucked away in the corner where Edmonds street suddenly ends, this old school Chinese-run western diner.

On 6th Street south of Edmonds

Inside its definitely a little worn down, but I don’t mind!  The loud, yelling waitress (in Cantonese) is a bit jarring, but meh, that’s not the end of the world.

We’ve only been around breakfast time, but they do have a full lunch and early dinner menu (they close at 7 PM daily).

Eggs Benedict ($5.95!)

I chose Eggs Benedict on a recent visit – a crazy low price for a big plateful of food.  The hashbrowns that come with most of their breakfast items have a lot of griddle-borne crispy edges, pretty great.  As for the eggs benedict, I was a bit sad to see the mould-shapped poached eggs, but…

Perfectly poached!

… when the result is such a perfectly medium poached egg, I can’t complain.

Steak & Eggs ($6.99!)

Another great value is the Steak & Eggs – a little 5 oz sirloin is cooked, again, perfectly to order (you can actually see the steak juice on the plate – yum!)

So far, everything we’ve had has been solid, honest, and really well priced.  Oh, and, unlike other tiny diners we enjoy, this one does take debit and credit card.

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