Llanerch Diner (Upper Darby, PA)
Last week I ventured to Pennsylvania for my first PA diner review. It was a shorter drive than many diners in NJ. I got to meet up with Lauren finally! Lauren was one of the first bloggers I started to read (roughly five years ago).She has gone through 8 knee surgeries and is one of the strongest people I’ve met.
We decided to meet at the Llanerch Diner (which has taken me ten times to type out and spell). The Llanerch diner is located in Upper Darby, PA but also has a location in Vorhees, NJ (named the Vorhees diner). Good them for not calling it the Llanerch diner 2.
This Llanerch diner is a lot smaller than I imagined! We had both researched it beforehand, and the photos make it appear to be a lot larger then it is. The inside of the Llanerch Diner is old, and you can tell this diner has been around for quite some time. If it’s been around it must be good, right?
The waitress was not the greatest. She seemed to disappear into the back for long periods. While we never complained, we noticed several of her tables did. We overheard two separate tables (we were in there a while) complain to the manager.
Llanerch Diner Coffee: A
The coffee at the Llanerch Diner was delicious. While I would have liked more refills I have no complaints about the taste. The mug was nice, and I wish they had them for sale too. I could tell how old the restaurant was because the durable mug had multiple chips, dents, and pieces missing. It looked like it had been through the dishwasher several times.
Llanerch Diner Food: B
The Llanerch Diner menu was not the most enormous diner menu but not the smallest either. I debated between the asparagus and lox salad and the Greek. I ultimately went with the Greek salad. I know, I’m so predictable lately!
I got the beef orzo soup. It was decent but at the end of the day, not my thing.
It was one of the smaller diner salads I’ve had. It contained greens, onions, olives, grape leaves, anchovies and ten blocks of feta cheese (I counted because it seemed like there was more cheese than salad). I ordered a side of pita bread and salmon. It was oozing with dressing and oil, which caused it to be more filling!
Llanerch Diner Price:$$
My salad and coffee was 21.
Overall thoughts/Would I come back to theLlanerch Diner (Upper Darby, PA)?
The Llanerch diner (Upper Darby) is decent, but it wasn’t a diner I would drive too. If someone wanted to meet there, I wouldn’t say no but left to myself I would dine elsewhere.
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