Delma's Platter - $23.99
12 oz Steak, Lobster Tail & Shrimp, served with soup or salad, potato & vegetable.
Our Mexican restaurant is second to none!
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Trying to decide where to eat in Albany, NY?
Come to Delma’s Diner & Restaurant in Albany, NY for the traditional American diner experience, coupled with the cuisine of an Italian or Mexican restaurant.
Delma's Diner is a local Mexican restaurant in Albany, NY. Delma's Diner serves some of the areas best breakfast dishes. If you are trying to decide where to eat, stop in at Delma's Diner today for great food served by an excellent staff.
Delma’s serves up the best breakfast in the Capital Region, along with authentic Italian and Latin American dishes. Dining is easy, tasty, casual and comfortable at Delma’s. Families, buses and single diners are welcome!
Open from Monday through Sunday from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m., we are located at 1343 Central Avenue, Albany, NY 12205. For your convenience, the CDTA bus line stops right in front.
call us today at(518) 454-0866 or
(518) 454-0867 or send us an e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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We have three separate dining areas, including a typical American diner counter. Whether you want a quick cup of coffee and eggs with toast or a delicious specialty dining experience, we can accommodate you with traditional American and authentic Italian, Mexican, and Central American specials daily. Soon, we expect to open a full bar with televisions in a separate area.
Start your day with one of our breakfast specials, such as French toast, biscuits and gravy with eggs, ham steak and eggs, or a breakfast wrap. All specials come with coffee!
Later in the day, try one of our Italian menu selections, like lasagna or chicken parmigiana in our own special sauce.
If you prefer, order a Latin American selection, such as authentic tacos and enchiladas/tostadas, served with homemade guacamole, pico de gallo, refried beans (frijoles refritos) and rice, accompanied in Central American style with shredded cabbage and tomatoes.
For dessert, sample our cheesecake or pastel de tress leeches" (three milk cake), a moist, custardy cake that’s not commonly found in the Capital District.
Here’s what folks had to say about us online:
“Loving family, excellent conversation and great food:)”
- Carla Turner
“…if you know where Kurver's soft ice cream is, and who doesn't, Delma's is next door. The menu has your basic breakfast items: pancakes, Belgian waffles, French toast, omelets, cereal, and all the typical sides that go with them, bacon, sausage, ham, corned beef hash, home fries, juices, fruits, etc. Their breakfast combination meals range from $6.99 for 2 pancakes and 2 eggs /w home fries, to $12.99 for an 8 oz. steak w/ 2 eggs, home fries & toast. There are children's menus for breakfast and lunch/dinner also.
The Lunch menu is full of sandwiches, salads, wraps, soup, and I imagine any entree from the dinner portion of the menu. Sandwiches were all less than $10 and the most expensive item I found on the menu was a 12 oz. steak & stuffed shrimp combo w/ crabmeat, served with soup or salad, potato & vegetable $19.99. (Correction!!! I just found Delma's Platter ($23.99) - 12 oz. steak, lobster tail & shrimp, served with soup or salad, potato & vegetable.)
Service was very friendly… With so many of our diners offering Middle Eastern dishes, it's refreshing to have one that will be offering more Latin American dishes.”
- Roger K of Clifton Park, NY
Delma's Diner & Restaurant, Mexican Restaurant, Family Dining, American Style Food, Italtian Specialties, Desserts, Cheesecakes, Burgers, Delicious Wraps, Submarine Sandwiches, Triple Deckers, Tasty Sandwiches, Eggs, Breakfast All Day, Belgian Waffles, Egg Sandwiches, Omelettes, French Toast, Buttermilk Pancakes, Ice Cream Floats, Children's Menu, Seafood, Broiled Seafood, Fried Seafood, Friday Fish Fry, Appetizers and Finger Foods, Soups, Cassaroles
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|Thu Mar 07 15:00:00 EST 2013|
In the 1950's, diners and malt shops were a symbol of prosperity in America.
|Cops And Robbers|
|Thu Feb 21 14:00:00 EST 2013|
In iconic diner lingo, "Cops and Robbers" is a pseudonym for what famous breakfast duo?
|Zeppelin In A Fog|
|Thu Feb 07 14:00:00 EST 2013|
If you heard a diner waitress call for "Zeppelin in a Fog" in the 1950's, you'd see her come from the kitchen window with sausage and mashed potatoes.
|Never The Same|
|Thu Jan 24 13:00:00 EST 2013|
No diner is ever the same as another. They immediately take on the personality of whatever area they serve. What a noble restaurant.
|For The Worker|
|Thu Jan 10 11:00:00 EST 2013|
Diners were invented by the American worker for the American worker. In 140 years, that hasn't changed. To this day, Americans run on diners.
|Thu Dec 27 10:00:00 EST 2012|
If you wanted a burger without onions in the 1950's, "don't cry over it" would be the way to order.
|Adam And Eve|
|Thu Dec 13 11:00:00 EST 2012|
Historically, diner waitresses used the term "Adam and Eve on a Log" when relaying an order of two poached eggs and a sausage link.
|Too Much Turkey?|
|Thu Nov 29 13:00:00 EST 2012|
Tired of turkey and dressing? Bring the family over for a Mexican feast and let us know what you are thankful for this season!
|Tue Nov 13 10:00:00 EST 2012|
Trivia Question: In iconic diner lingo, "Burn one, take it through the garden and put a rose on it" means what?
|Tue Oct 30 15:00:00 EDT 2012|
When you hear this word, it's time to join us for dinner!