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Country Town Diner (Berlin)

Country Town Diner (Berlin)

Sadly, the Country Town Diner is now closed due to a fire. It’s actually an interesting story: The owner hired a friend to set fire to it so he could collect the insurance money. The man accused of setting fire to the Country Town Diner, Zbikowski, set fire to the Country Town Diner after Thomas Giannisis, the Diner owner, hired him to do so. He wanted to file an insurance claim. The fire destroyed the Country Town Diner but no one was hurt thanks to the Berlin Borough Police department.


Going to a new diner can always be hit or miss.  Usually, I like to give diners a few weeks before going in.  The Country Town Diner in Berlin on White horse pike opened a couple of months ago. It replaced the White Horse Diner. It’s another somewhat nearby diner to me.

Atmosphere: B
The outside of the Country Town Diner looks like a regular building.  It doesn’t look like an exciting, metallic or shiny building but it looks nice with plenty of parking.

The inside has plenty of booths and tables with a full-length bar.  The diner had an odd smell to it which I couldn’t pinpoint.

Country Town Diner Coffee: A
The coffee was brewed extremely hot, and the waitress brought a bowl of whipped cream.  It was hot, brewed well, and who can argue with that much-whipped cream.  In all, I enjoyed it.

Country Town Diner Food: A
The Country Town Diner menu has everything a standard diner has.  Breakfast all day, lunch anytime, plenty of seafood and steak options.  There is very little diner food you can’t find.

I decided to order the Hungry Man breakfast.  It came with eggs, sausage, hashbrowns, bacon, pancakes and pork roll. I had to look at the photo to remember everything!

The pancakes were light and fluffy and some of the best pancakes I’ve had.  It’s only my second time having pork roll, but I enjoyed it.  In all, I enjoyed my meal a lot.

Service: A
Our waitress at the Country Town Diner was friendly and kept our beverages refilled at all times.  Plus our food came out quickly, she was one of the best waitresses I’ve had.

Country Town Diner Cost: $
For my coffee and breakfast, the cost was $12.

Summary/Would I come back to the Country Town Diner?
The Country Town Diner is a great addition to the area, and I would come back.  I do hope whatever the smell is taken care of.

You can see all of the diner reviews here.

Atmosphere: C
Coffee: A
Food: A
Service: C
Cost: $8-15
Overall: B

Questions for you:
Have you ever tried pork roll?
Have you been to a new restaurant lately?

1 thought on “Country Town Diner (Berlin)”

  1. I’ve never heard of Pork Roll. I guess it’s not something we have down south. That breakfast looks really good and seems like a good deal for $12 for everything too.

    We always give places a few weeks before trying them, or if we do try a new restaurant, we don’t judge it based on one trip. With local places, Clay and I both give a place 2-3 visits before we review them on Yelp, and if we travel and probably won’t get back we say that our review is based on one visit bc anywhere can have an off day.

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