Lunch Choices

Whether your a Soup and Sandwich or a pasta person, we gotcha covered for lunch.

Soup and Sandwich

Some folks say your biggest meal should be lunch and your smallest should be dinner. Who is to say, either way, we are ready.


Pasta Lunch

Are you looking for an energenic lunch? We have it covered with a wide selection of our pasta dishes.


Let's Do Lunch! Lunch with us, we are ready for you.

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Lunch with Us

Wilma's has the best traditional lunch menus you will find in Orange County. Notably a Hamburger to die for.

History of the Hamburger

Immigrants to the United States from German-speaking countries brought with them some of their favorite foods. One of them was Hamburg Steak. The Germans simply flavored shredded low-grade beef with regional spices, and both cooked and raw it became a standard meal among the poorer classes. In the seaport town of Hamburg, it acquired the name Hamburg steak. Today, this hamburger patty is no longer called Hamburg Steak in Germany but rather "Frikadelle," "Frikandelle" or "Bulette," orginally Italian and French words.

History of Lunch

In English-speaking countries during the eighteenth century, lunch was originally called "dinner"— a word still sometimes used to mean a noontime meal in the UK, and in parts of Canada and the United States.[where?]

The mid-day meal on Sunday and the festival meals on Christmas, Easter, and Thanksgiving (in the U.S. and Canada) are still often eaten at the old hours, usually either at noon or between two and four in the afternoon, and called dinner. Traditional farming communities also may still commonly have the largest meal of the day at mid-day and refer to this meal as "dinner."