The retro vibe of Kitchen Eatery's logo is a perfect match for what you find inside – a kind of classy, 1960s diner feel, but serving much higher quality food than you'd expect to encounter. Read about our Mystery Diner's experience at http://shawurl.com/w7z
The steak salad at Kitchen Eatery hits most of the major food groups very nicely.
Grilled Scottish salmon comes with vegetable of the day and herb-roasted potatoes – but don't be afraid to ask if you can substitute another potato side.
Dinner plates at Kitchen Eatery come with a choice of salad or a cup of soup.
Here's a treat: The steak bowl features grilled skirt steak, melted jack cheese, onions, peppers, mushrooms, "KE potatoes" and two eggs cooked any style.
An appetizer that could serve as a light meal is the steak quesadilla.
You can't go wrong with a slice of apple pie and a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Decadent and tasty describes the chocolate pie at Kitchen Eatery.
Sometimes you just find yourself in the mood for a good old-fashioned house salad.
If you're looking for Kitchen Eatery, you can't miss the brightly colored sign at Route 83 and St. Charles Road in Elmhurst.