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Nick's Kitchen

506 N. Jefferson St., Huntington, IN - (260) 356-6618
Posted By Jason Warren on 2/2/2004 11:09:00 AM
A local favorite you will most likely the only out of towner to luck out into dining at this decades old staple of Huntington. Even though I was there are breakfast time there were nice enough to start up the fried so I could sample a tenderloin sandwich. And it was certainly worth it. Crispy outside, tender flavorful outside. All served on a soft chewey bun that with the size of the tenderloin, makes you wonder how much of a sandwich it really is. Of course you can't leave without having some sugar pie, a regional must have. Moist and sweet eat it slow enough to savor.

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4 - Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
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	Nick’s Kitchen’s tenderloin is gorgeous: a slice of boneless pork loin that has been pounded flat, breaded, fried to a crisp, planted in a bun, and dressed with mustard, pickle, lettuce and tomato. The plate-sized pancake of pork extends so far beyond the bun that it is impossible for even the longest-fingered hands to grasp the bread to pick it up like a normal sandwich.
" Nick’s Kitchen’s tenderloin is gorgeous: a slice of boneless pork loin that has been pounded flat, breaded, fried to a crisp, planted in a bun, and dressed with mustard, pickle, lettuce and tomato. The plate-sized pancake of pork extends so far beyond the bun that it is impossible for even the longest-fingered hands to grasp the bread to pick it up like a normal sandwich."
Michael Stern





Sugar cream pie, the most basic of sweets, is an Indiana farmhouse favorite.
"Sugar cream pie, the most basic of sweets, is an Indiana farmhouse favorite. "
Michael Stern


We never can resist an apple dumpling when we see it on a menu. We're glad we took the plunge here at Nick's. This one, served warm under a big scoop of ice cream, is a beaut!
"We never can resist an apple dumpling when we see it on a menu. We're glad we took the plunge here at Nick's. This one, served warm under a big scoop of ice cream, is a beaut!"
Michael Stern


We loved the craggy texture of the pumpkin pie!
"We loved the craggy texture of the pumpkin pie! "
Cliff Strutz


Don't even think about leaving Nick's Kitchen without sampling some of Jean Anne's excellent pie.  On the day of my visit, I was disappointed that only cherry pie was left.  One forkful later, I felt like the luckiest guy in the world!
"Don't even think about leaving Nick's Kitchen without sampling some of Jean Anne's excellent pie. On the day of my visit, I was disappointed that only cherry pie was left. One forkful later, I felt like the luckiest guy in the world!"
Cliff Strutz


Nick's carries the excellent Triple XXX root beer, accompanied by a frosty mug, of course!
"Nick's carries the excellent Triple XXX root beer, accompanied by a frosty mug, of course!"
Cliff Strutz


The quintessential small-town cafe, like so many others ... except that this one happens to serve magnificent tenderloins and blue-ribbon pie.
"The quintessential small-town cafe, like so many others ... except that this one happens to serve magnificent tenderloins and blue-ribbon pie."
Michael Stern



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