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Four Seasons Diner (Toms River)

Four Seasons Diner (Toms River)

A couple of weeks ago I went to the Four Seasons Diner in Toms River. This isn’t to be confused with the All Seasons Diner.

The owner of the website, New Jersey Isn’t Boring, and I met for lunch. Incase you’re interested we’ve been to several diners together including:
Park Nine
Daphne’s 
Sherbans
Fountainbleau
Jersey Diner
Freeway Diner (Now closed)
Broad Sreet Diner (Her 100th review)!

Holy moly, we’ve definitely been to a lot of diners together. One of her goals and jobs is to review all of the diners in the state, so it’s always great to get her perspective as well as learn about fun New Jersey activities going on!  You can see her review here.

Four Seasons Diner (Toms River) Atmosphere: B
The Four Seasons Diner actually used to be an old Wawa. If you look carefully, you can tell but if you just walked by you would never guess. Inside the Four Seasons Diner looks like a typical restaurant, not a diner. It’s not bad, but it’s not an old metallic building. It’s a clean restaurant, but it doesn’t scream diner. How many diners are old Wawas? Just the Four Seasons Diner in Toms River.

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Four Seasons Diner (Toms River) Service: C
The diner wasn’t crowded, but we waited for a while to be sat. If it were busy, it wouldn’t have a big deal, but we just waited. We went long periods without seeing out waitress. She was nice. However, she left our table for long periods of time.

Four Seasons Diner (Toms River) Coffee: B
The coffee at the Four Seasons Diner was good. There was nothing unique or special about it, but there was nothing bad either. Four Seasons Diner Toms River

Four Seasons Diner (Toms River) Food: B
The Four Seasons Diner menu had every time of diner food you can imagine. They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Toms River is right along the shore, and they have plenty of seafood options as well as being known for prime steak chops!  I’ve heard the Four Seasons Diner red pancakes were good, so that is what I chose to order. The pancakes were extremely thick and came with a cream cheese frosting. Of any red velvet pancakes I’ve had, these were definitely the best.

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My date ordered the pizza special which was interesting. It was more of a flatbread than pizza which was disappointing considering they have a brick oven.

Four Seasons Diner (Toms River) Cost: $$
For my pancakes and coffee the cost was $12. Not bad!

Overall Thoughts/Would I come back to the Four Seasons Diner (Toms River)?
Even though the service wasn’t the best, I enjoyed the Four Seasons Diner and there were a lot of specials I was interested in trying.  I would love to come back next time I’m in town!

Overall:
Atmosphere: C
Service: B
Coffee: B
Food: B
Cost: $8-12
Overall: B

You can see all of the diner reviews here.

Questions for you:
What’s your favorite type of pancake?
Have you ever had Wawa?

 

5 thoughts on “Four Seasons Diner (Toms River)”

  1. My first thought was that looks like an old wawa! Lol we definitely need to hit up a shore diner sometime

  2. No WaWa down south. Those pancakes look delicious, I don’t think I have ever had red velvet pancakes. I really like blueberry pancakes. One of the restaurants here, Moe’s Crosstown Tavern, has a different “pancake of the day” every Sunday and sometimes they are fun specials!

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