The restaurant has character, and a history dating back to 1919. Old photographs are mounted on the walls – 1940s/1950s pictures of the diner – and there is an Elvis room, with pictures of the singer, acknowledging the fact that he ate at the Élite, and came to nearby Fort Hood for military service in the late 1950s.
We thought the food was good, with reasonable vegetarian choice. The staff were friendly and our order arrived promptly. The restaurant is somewhat noisy, however, having a tiled floor. This is slightly mitigated by the seating, which is mainly in alcoves.
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