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Peter’s Diner (Williamstown)

Peter’s Diner (Williamstown)

Last month, Angela and I met at Peter’s Diner in Williamstown, NJ. (This is not to be confused with “Two Peters Diner” up north ha), Angela and I have been friends for a long time and hadn’t been able to grab lunch for a while, so it was nice to catch up before she left for the summer.

Old Photo of Angela and I

Old Photo of Angela and I

Peter’s Diner (Williamstown) Atmosphere: A
The outside of Peter’s Diner diner is a picture-perfect metallic diner.  It’s everything you imagine from a stereotypical diner.

peters diner

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The inside of Peter’s Diner is a stereotypical diner. It’s one of the most prominent diners I’ve been too, and there were dozens of tables.

Peter’s Diner (Williamstown) Service: B 
The service at Peter’s Diner was decent.  It wasn’t terribly busy, and the food came out quickly, but we could have used more water and beverages.

Peter’s Diner (Williamstown) Coffee: A
Peter’s Diner serves Lacas brewed coffee.  For those not in the northeast region, Lacas is brewed Pennsauken, NJ.  It’s a great local brew, and the coffee at Peter’s Diner was perfect.  The waitress also added lots of whipped cream too.  Diners with Lacas coffee typically can’t go wrong.

Peters Diner Coffee

Peter’s Diner (Williamstown) Food: B
Peter’s Diner menu is one of the biggest of any diner I’ve been too.  There are plenty of breakfast, lunch, and dinner staples. From pancakes to seafood, they have it all. There weren’t a lot of healthy options, but there were plenty of different options.

I ordered the Greek Gyro.  It came with soup too.  I ordered chicken and orzo, which was good.  There was more orzo than chicken, but it was good soup.

Peters Diner Soup

When the Gyro came out, it was oozing tzatziki sauce, and it might have been the messiest meal I’ve ever had.  I think half of my gyro ended up on Angela’s plate as I attempted to eat it.  I don’t mind, though. To be honest, I like a lot of dressing on my foods.  Even though it was difficult to eat, my gyro was good, and I was glad I ordered it.

Peters Diner Gryo

I enjoyed the meal, but I wish it were a little easier to eat.  I guess there is no easy way to eat a gyro.

Peter’s Diner (Williamtown) Price: $
For the coffee and gyro, the price was $11, which was a pretty good price.

Overall thoughts/Would I come back to Peter’s Diner (Williamtown)? 
Out of the few diners in the area, Peter’s Diner is my favorite, and I would come back.  It was an excellent gyro for a diner.  There are hundreds of different menu items so you would never get bored eating. If you’re looking for a diner stop on the way to the shore, this is a good one.

Summary:
Atmosphere: A
Coffee: A
Service: B
Food: B 
Price: $5-15
Overall: B

You can see all of the diner reviews here. 

Questions for you:
What’s the messiest meal you’ve ever eaten?
What’s your favorite lunch item? 

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5 responses

  1. Gyros are the worst to eat without getting it all over myself. I had to stop going to a place at lunch if I was at work because I’d get back to my desk with half of it on my shirt still. Looks good though!

  2. I love when diners and restaurants have huge menus! That reminds me of the Chesse Cake Factory. The menu there is insanely big, haha. Reading this post totally made me want a gyro!

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