here's what people ARE sayING about us...
Welcome to the Hilltop!
We have incredible customers!
Ben Humphreys, Vancouver
A very classic-styled diner with some cool artifacts. Really tasty burgers and sandwiches. Delicious, habit-forming pies. We’ll be back again!
Jay Z., Aldergrove
One of the best legitimate diners that are out there on an actual main roadway
in Langley!!! When I was little we always drove by The Hilltop but never stopped
in to eat but only recently my wife, daughter, and I finally made the trek out to
eat here. My uncle says the original owners were these two brothers and then
the establishment changed hands a few times but the food is still great.
It always looks packed in the parking lot but there are a lot of seats inside so
it can be misleading. Upon entering you see the special of the day on the
chalkboard sandwich board and numerous photos of people who have eaten
“The Everest burger” There is the long counter with stools to sit if you’re solo
or with a buddy and lots of tables that seat groups of 4 and I believe 8.
Lots of cool memorabilia on the walls like pictures and trucker hats
with some cool things like an old soda counter and the classic little
fridge with the pies. Food is good no-nonsense home cooking
with breakfast served till 11:00 am, please correct me if I’m wrong,
and an all-day breakfast with the standard fare of burgers, onion rings, excellent sandwiches, and other hot meals. I had the Hilltop Burger which was great. Lots of toppings such as mushrooms, onions, and lettuce but I could have had onion rings instead of fries but the fries were awesome.
Service is very friendly with staff coming by on a basis asking for refills of coffee, the kitchen staff makes everything tasty so my hats off to them as well. There is a lot of action in the kitchen with staff prepping, cooking, and moving about.
The Hilltop is a definite must for anyone coming through the south Langley area as there aren’t many actual roadside diners left.
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Aaron Campbell, Vancouver
Have gone there 3 times in last month. Love the place. Great breakfast, great staff and love the diner feel.
Diner from Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
My wife is a light eater so was allowed to order a kid’s portion. I ordered the smallest of the many hamburgers. The largest, well named the Everest is a foot high (30 cm) and has a pound (445 g) of all beef patties made fresh daily on the premises. My burger and fries were fantastic and only about a dollar more than Micky D’s. This small place built in the 40′s has gone through many owners but the newest since 2011 are doing a great job.
Diner from Vancouver
Three of us went for a late breakfast. Classic older diner. Have driven past it for years, never seeing it. One of our party had seen the restaurant featured on TV Show ‘You got to eat here’ which is how we made our selection. It didn’t disappoint.Tammy the server was very attentive throughout our meal, but especially when the two other guests had not arrived and I needed to eat something being diabetic.
The restaurant was half full mid-morning, Service was fast and courteous. The breakfast food we had was tasty – all three of us had different dishes. My only suggestion would be for the tomato Benny to have the tomato sliced much thinner, rather than half a tomato on each English muffin side. The Hollandaise sauce was flavourful and of pleasing consistency and flavour. extra was given without extra charge. One of our party was celebrating a birthday and a complimentary pie was offered. Delicious! Very nice touch! Would definitely return to eat there again. Owner very pleasant.