If you hadn’t heard by now, Doo-Dah Diner closed their downtown location for renovations. The owners hope to have that complete and ready to go by June 1.
But that doesn’t mean there’s no more Doo-Dah in town. The second Doo-Dah Diner opened in Wichita recently at 1530 S Webb Rd in the former Auntie Mae’s space at Harry and Webb Road. The building was the perfect fit for a second location and the owners jumped right at it. We stopped by and Doo-Dah Diner didn’t miss a beat.
1530 S Webb Rd
Wichita, KS 67207
Tuesday – Friday: 7am – 2pm
Saturday – Sunday: 8am – 2pm
The menu remains the same so your favorite lunch and breakfast staples are still there. Sometimes when restaurants open a second location, the quality may sometimes suffer. That wasn’t the case here. The complimentary monkey bread was available as always.
We ordered the crab cake benedict, triple D, chocolate chip pancakes, and the chicken & egg noodles. It was a first time visit for the kids and they were very happy with their meals. The kids can be extremely picky so to receive rave reviews was high praise in my book. They had the chicken & egg noodles and the chocolate chip waffles. There wasn’t a single complaint from them.
The chicken & egg noodles is the epitome of what comfort foods should be. Thick house-made noodles that were incredibly delicious and flavorful. I had the crab cake benedict and loved it. The Hollandaise sauce was probably something I’d drink straight out of a cup if given the option to. The triple D is the best way to get a little sample of the “best of” on the breakfast menu.
It was great to see the new Doo-Dah Diner and a welcome addition for east siders looking for some fantastic food. Everyone commented on our server who did an amazing job. His name was Dee (or D, I have no idea how he spelled it) and he was wonderful; very engaging, enthusiastic and helpful.
We will be back for sure!
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