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Orem's Diner

167 Danbury Rd., Wilton, CT - (203) 762-7370
Posted By Bob Walker on 1/16/2011 9:56:00 AM
Can't add anything to Michael Stern's excellent review from five-plus years ago. Orem's is still THE place to go in the Wilton/Norwalk area for great Roadfood. The new quarters still dazzle in comparison to the old, which I frequented often as a Wilton resident for 25 years. Orem's IS Wilton and Wilton IS Orem's. Still a great place to eat.

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4 - Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
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Soups are especially good at Orems. Different ones are available every day. This is split pea, with croutons, on the first full day Orems opened in its new facility, June 10, 2003.
"Soups are especially good at Orems. Different ones are available every day. This is split pea, with croutons, on the first full day Orems opened in its new facility, June 10, 2003."
Michael Stern





Orems has a huge, multi-page menu, with dishes from around the nation and the world. The one and only thing Jane ever eats is a hot turkey sandwich. The meat is moist and flavorful, the mashed potatoes are for real.
"Orems has a huge, multi-page menu, with dishes from around the nation and the world. The one and only thing Jane ever eats is a hot turkey sandwich. The meat is moist and flavorful, the mashed potatoes are for real."
Michael Stern


Crusty grilled chicken, chopped tomatoes and onions are heaped on a chewy pita bread and accompanied by a chunk of feta cheese (right) and a cup of powerful garlic cream.
"Crusty grilled chicken, chopped tomatoes and onions are heaped on a chewy pita bread and accompanied by a chunk of feta cheese (right) and a cup of powerful garlic cream."
Michael Stern


When Orem's opened in 1921, it was surrounded by open land and Route 7 was a country two-lane.  Much of the road remains two lanes ... packed with traffic during rush hour!
"When Orem's opened in 1921, it was surrounded by open land and Route 7 was a country two-lane. Much of the road remains two lanes ... packed with traffic during rush hour!"
Michael Stern


Orems moved down the road in June, 2003, to this new building that is big and bright and very well air-conditioned!
"Orems moved down the road in June, 2003, to this new building that is big and bright and very well air-conditioned!"
Michael Stern



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