Toast City Diner (Red Bank)
Recently I went to the Toast City Diner in Red Bank, NJ. Toast City Diner has a few locations along the Jersey shore, and the Toast City Diner menu looked good. Before recently, I hadn’t heard of Toast, but I believe it’s only a couple of years old.
I got to the Toast City Diner around 11 am and it wasn’t too crowded. I’ve heard on weekends it’s hard even to get a table.
Toast City Diner Atmosphere: A
Toast City Diner is located in the downtown of Red Bank. It’s a cute, metallic, shiny building. It stood out in a good way.
The inside is metallic interior, with a full-length bar, plenty of booths and tables. One of my favorite diner features is built-in table jukeboxes which toast had.
Toast City Diner Coffee: B
The coffee was brewed fresh and hot each time. There was nothing unique or unusual, but it was still good.
Toast City Diner Service: A
Our waitress was one of the best I’ve had in a while. She was extremely friendly, brought plenty of refills, and our food came out quickly. Granted, we were in Toast at a quiet time, but everything came out fast, and it was a great experience.
Toast City Diner Food: A
Toast City Diner isn’t open all day and only serves breakfast and lunch. Toast City Diner menu has several different unique breakfast options such as carrot cake pancakes and vegetarian wraps.
I was intrigued by the carrot cake pancakes as well as the grilled cinnamon rolls, so I ordered both.
The grilled cinnamon buns were delicious. It came with three with melted frosting.
The carrot cake pancakes were some of the best pancakes I’ve had. Often times, when you order a flavored pancake like carrot cake or red velvet, it rates artificial or it doesn’t taste any different than a regular pancake. This was not the case with toast. The carrot cake pancakes had coconut and shredded carrot in them. They were some of the best pancakes I’ve had in a restaurant.
In all, my food was in the top percentage of diners I’ve been too.
For my coffee, pancakes and cinnamon cubs, the cost was $20. For the amount of food as well as the quality, it was worth it.
Overall Summary/Would I Come Back to Toast City Diner (Red Bank)?
I enjoyed Toast City Diner, and it was one of the better diners I’ve been too. I highly recommend it.
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Questions for you:
Where are the best pancakes you’ve had? Do you like carrot cake?