Mays Landing Diner
Mays Landing Diner (Mays Landing, NJ)
Recently I went to the Mays Landing Diner. I’ve found it more fun to ask Twitter to choose a diner based on a name. I have to go to all 500+ sometime, right? Anyway, after an appointment down that way, I ended up at the Mays Landing Diner.
I arrived at the Mays Landing Diner for dinner, and it was dark. When looking, I had thought I had already been to the Mays Landing Diner. It seemed so familiar. Then I realized it shared a lot of characteristics of the Galloway Diner.
Mays Landing Diner Atmosphere: B
The exterior of the Mays Landing Diner is big, clean, and shiny. It was well lit up for the holidays. The inside had plenty of booths, tables, and a full-length bar. It was everything you picture in a diner.
Mays Landing Diner Coffee: A
The coffee was brewed fresh and hot every time. The waitress brought out plenty of refills, and she added a lot of whipped cream.
Mays Landing Diner Food: B
The Mays Landing Diner menu is extensive. The menu has everything you want and need in a diner. Like many diners down the shore, it’s heavier on seafood. I ordered the Philly cheesesteak and seafood bisque soup.
The soup was interesting. I don’t know if I’ve ever had seafood bisque, so I wasn’t sure what to expect. It was a mix of Mariana and white sauce. There was imitation crab (I like that…as well as usual crab meat of course) and had a kick. In all, it was good.
The Philly cheesesteak was decent. It wasn’t the best or the worst. It was one of the biggest cheesesteaks I’ve had and was probably about a foot long.
Mays Landing Diner Service: A
The waitress was one of the best I’ve had in a while. She refilled beverages often, came over to check on us, and my food came out within 10 minutes.
For my coffee, cheesesteak, and soup, the cost was $16.
Summary/Would I come back to the Mays Landing Diner?
I liked the Mays Landing Diner and had a pleasant experience.
Questions for you:
What is your favorite soup?
Do you like cheesesteak?