The Coach House (North Bergen)
Recently I was at the Coach House Diner and Restaurant in North Bergen. Before leaving, I googled diners closeby, and the Coach House was only three miles away. I was driving around I arrived around 4 pm, and it took me over 20 minutes to drive 3 miles! I should have run.
The Coach House (North Bergen) Atmosphere: A
The Coach House plays the theme of a Coach House well. The outside looks like an old Coach House in the metro of North Bergen. It sticks out.
The inside of the Coach House is dimly lit with stained glass windows. It’s large, and there are plenty of windows. It’s always good to the diner that went with its theme.
The Coach House (North Bergen) Service: C
The service at the Coach House was extremely slow. When I arrived, there were no more than five parties in the entire restaurant, but I still waited 5 minutes to be seated. The server came over a few times, but the food took a lot longer to go out than it should have.
The Coach House (North Bergen) Coffee: C
The coffee was okay. It was boring, but at least it was warm, and there were no coffee beans inside. It was nothing unique or special to write about.
The Coach House Diner menu has a lot more dinner and pub fare than actual diner fare. While you can get breakfast all day, the Coach House menu focuses more on dinner options such as steak, seafood, and burgers.
I ordered the Coach House Grilled Salad as an appetizer. When it came out, I was surprised to find no actual greens for the “salad.” It was a few ingredients separated on a plate. There was chicken, grilled zucchini, mushrooms, and broccoli. On the uncooked side, there were onions, tomatoes, feta cheese, and olives.
There were far too many uncooked onions that most of them were left uneaten. It was an odd combination of either everything needed to be cooked or a raw salad. I enjoyed grilled vegetables much more. It lacked bread which could have made it ten times better. The appetizer wasn’t bad but could have used a few upgrades.
For my entree, I ordered the guacamole burger. It felt as if they dumped packaged guacamole onto a burger, added a few toppings and called it a day. It wasn’t a bad burger, but it felt as though they didn’t try at all. The French fries were good but nothing usual. My actual entree was underwhelming.
For the appetizer, coffee, and burger, the cost was $24. It wasn’t a bad price considering the appetizer was essentially another meal.
Overall thoughts/Would I come back of The Coach House (North Bergen):
The Coach House wasn’t a bad stop. My meal was fine, but there are other diners around I prefer.
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Questions for you:
Do you like onions?
Where is the best guacamole you’ve had?