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Jersey Diner (Cinnaminson)

Jersey Diner (Cinnaminson)

The Jersey Diner in New Jersey?  

Sadly, the Jersey Diner has closed. It doesn’t look promising the Jersey Diner will reopen.


A few weeks ago, Cyd of New Jersey Isn’t Boring, and I met at the Jersey diner in Cinnaminson, NJ.  Amazingly enough, this diner isn’t far from me, yet I hadn’t been before.  When she first told me about it, I was shocked it was one I haven’t been too.

Jersey Diner Atmosphere: A

The Jersey Diner itself is picture-perfect NJ diner.  It is after all called, the Jersey Diner! The outside is a shiny metallic building, and inside is filled with booths, tables, and a long bar.  It’s everything you picture from a diner.

Jersey Diner

Jersey Diner

So shiny…

Jersey Diner Service: A

I’ve been fortunate with waiters and waitresses lately, and this was no exception.  Our waitress was extremely friendly, and I have no complaints.  She was one of the kindest and friendliness servers I’ve had to date.

Jersey Diner Coffee: A

The coffee at the Jersey Diner was excellent, and I have no complaints.  The waitress added a lot of whipped cream, possibly more than actual coffee.  Let’s be honest; we all know that was okay by me.

Jersey Diner

Food: A

The Jersey Diner menu is enormous with many different and unique options like Mexican food.  I haven’t seen a lot of diners with that.  I decided to order a gyro quesadilla.  The quesadilla came with gyro, feta cheese, onions and French fries.  The quesadilla itself was good but messy. Jersey Diner

 It was filled with feta cheese and chicken that seemed to spill everywhere.

The French fries were nice and soft.  Personally, I like soft, large fries versus small crispy ones.  These fit the bill.  It also came with soup, and I ordered the beef barley.  It was good but nothing out of the ordinary.

Jersey Diner

Dessert: A
We had been sitting right next to the dessert case, so it was hard not to stare.  I ultimately decided to get a “puff pastry,” which is something I’ve never had before.  It was like a giant pastry filled with frosting and whipped cream, so for me it was perfect.  This was one of my favorite “noncake” desserts to date.

Jersey DinerPrice: $

For my quesadilla, coffee, and pastry, the cost was $14.  The pastry was only $2.99; I could not believe it.

Jersey Diner Summary/Overall:

The Jersey Diner was good and a very stereotypical diner.  The puff pastry was one of the best desserts I’ve had, and I will be back.

Atmosphere: A
Coffee: A
Service: A
Food: A
Dessert: A
Overall: A

You can see all of the diner reviews here.

Questions for you:
What is your favorite type of cake?
Do you like quesadillas?

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