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The Markham Station

Posted by Staff / Listed on September 7, 2010 / review policy

The Markham StationThe Markham Station has a $4.99 all day breakfast that might get you in the door but this restaurant is popular with night crawlers and the hungover alike. It's open 365 days a year and even has it's own Facebook fan page! 16oz t-bone classic reminiscent of that scene in the Great Outdoors where John Candy polishes off the ol' 96'er.



Julian / September 14, 2010 at 08:03 pm
This is a great restaurant to be at after a night of boozing and partying. The food is decent but the place reeks of oil from the deep fryer. Don't be surprised when you get home and sniff your clothes to find out how greasy it smells.

The general cleanliness of the place isn't the time I went to the bathroom and saw the sink filled to the brim with vomit. I came back a day or two later and it was still there. I have no idea why they didn't clean it out immediately but you can make your own judgments from that.
Christina / September 23, 2010 at 10:21 pm
Seriously. This restaurant deserves higher ratings. Their breakfast is amazing! And it's clean with nice staff for a place that's open 24/7. Definitely recommend this.
Sumeet / January 13, 2011 at 11:48 pm
Great Restaurant! For a 24 hour diner you cant go wrong at Markham Station. Breakfast is the bet thing ever. Bang for your buck! and if you go there late night/ early morning on Friday and Saturday (3am-4am) you can see the club crowd come in (short skirts and all)
seanto / July 7, 2012 at 05:22 pm
Good value for money at this place. The food is decent. The last time I was here I was not impressed with the service; we were seated and then someone came to take out order 15 minutes later.
Jose / December 13, 2012 at 02:40 pm
The Station Club, with Turkey and the works and a side of fries and their house made mayo -- Dope.

Great sandwiches and Greek food.

They need to add Waffles and Fried Chicken to their menu.
Me replying to a comment from Julian / December 16, 2012 at 07:42 pm
Maybe they were saving it to make soup?
Disappointed / February 22, 2013 at 07:24 am
Worst ever. Went there one morning after a long shift at work with my son after boycotting this place for years because of lazy ignorant service , I thought I would give it another chance. Big mistake . The tired decor with the eighties color scheme and dusty vines hanging from the ceilings. This place hasn't changed from when I was a teen ( more than 20 years). Lazy brunette waitress who was also as old as the hills did not wait on us until 15 minutes after we got seated ( timed it). The place had about a dozen customers at the time. No she was chatting with the boss and other staff . When I was about to leave she finally arrived with coffee. We ordered and of course food came and it was cold. When we wanted to leave we had to ask another waitress who was very nice for the bill. She was prompt and courteous unlike the old hag that was still chatting with the boss. Unfortunately my son and I were disappointed all around withe place we left a 50 cent tip and told the waitress to enjoy it cuz it was definitely the last time we were coming here.
Resta_Rich / May 8, 2013 at 04:09 pm
Rating 3/10

This place used to be decent now its gone downhill. Service is horrible, and food quality is really bad. Went there the other day in hopes of having a good late night breakfast and the food was horrible. I know its breakfast so i expected grease, but when my omelette came to the table it was so oily mixed with the roast potatos and barely toasted bread it was completely dissappointing. Never going back.
Crumb / July 30, 2013 at 10:53 pm
This place has gone massively downhill. In only the 6 or 7 years since I first went there, the service has become a joke and the fries went from amazing and crispy to these flavourless shoestring bland cuts of potato. Regardless of time of day (even when its dead), it's hard to get someone who wants to service you.
Matt / October 10, 2013 at 04:05 pm
Had a meeting nearby and was dreading the typical suburban strip mall Milestones, Kelsey's, Montana's etc.. I was pleasantly surprised by this down home hole-in-the-wall. Club sandwich and fries were hearty and well-priced. Service was quick and efficient.
Kam / April 27, 2014 at 10:27 am
If people want a maitre'D to seat you, polished cutlery, window seats with a view. then you better go to some place that will cost you $15 for ham and egg and $5 coffee. For the price you pay at this place, the food isn't too bad. Good Value !
Rita / November 24, 2014 at 11:11 am
The manager wors ther on the weekend night is extremely rude and he likes to bully the workers

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