Eagle Diner (Pine Hill)
Eagle Diner (Pine Hill, New Jersey)
While browsing through my local paper, I noticed coupons for the Eagle Diner (Pine Hill, New Jersey). It’s a south jersey local diner I hadn’t been or heard of before which is actually shocking!
Since going with Amelia and Danielle, I have actually been a second time since I keep getting coupons in the mail and it’s close to my chiropractor. Both times have been great and it’s one I’ll keep going back too.
Eagle Diner (Pine Hill, NJ) Atmosphere: A
The atmosphere of the Eagle Diner is a big metallic, shiny diner. You can’t get more picture-perfect NJ diner if you tried. The inside of the Eagle Diner (Pine Hill) has all of the booths, tables, and full-length bars. I believe this diner is relatively new, so it’s also quiet (something I can’t say I mind).
Eagle Diner (Pine Hill) Coffee: A
They serve local Lacas diner which I’m a fan of. The waitress brought multiple refills and even plenty of whipped cream.
Eagle Diner (Pine Hill) Service: A
The waitress as the Eagle Diner was friendly and gave plenty of recommendations. She was one of the best waitresses I’ve had in my diner quest.
Eagle Diner (Pine Hill) Food: B
The Eagle Diner menu has everything a stereotypical diner usually has. There is all-day breakfast, lunch, and dinner, plus a page of menu specials. I’ve now to the Eagle Diner twice. The first time I went, I wasn’t hungry. After seeing the omelets on the menu the first time, I decided to order an omelet the second time. I settled upon the Mexican Omelet since it sounded good. I ordered rye toast, and it came with home fries.
The Omelet at the Eagle Diner was good but it wasn’t the best Omelet I’ve had. It was a typical diner Omelet and could have used a couple more fillings.
The home fries were good, and I preferred the crunchy and slightly burnt ones over the soggy. It’s hard to mess up toast, and the rye was good too. Although marbled rye is always the best. In all, it was good food.
Eagle Diner (Pine Hill) Price: $
For my coffee and omelet, the cost was $10, which is cheaper than most diner meals I get.
Summary/Overall Thoughts of the Eagle Diner (Pine Hill):
I like the Eagle Diner in Pine Hill and think it’s a hidden gem in South Jersey. It’s the stereotypical big, shiny, metallic diner, we have grown to love. When I’m back down in Pine Hill, NJ, I’ll be back a third and fourth time…maybe even fifth. 😉
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Questions for you:
What is your favorite omelet?
What is your favorite toast?