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Paulsboro Diner

Paulsboro Diner

Recently one of my good friends Angela was back home for a few days, and we were lucky to hang out.

We decided to settle on the Paulsboro Diner in Paulsboro, NJ.  To be honest, I didn’t know much about the diner until recently.  It’s only open until 3 pm.

Atmosphere: B
We met around lunch time, and it wasn’t too crowded.  The outside is a small building that resembles the size of a trailer.  There are about 10 booths and a bar but no tables.  It’s definitely a local favorite.

Coffee: B
The coffee was brewed hot and fresh. However, they didn’t have whipped cream.  It appeared they didn’t have any desserts which would make sense for the lack of whipped cream.  I was sad but the coffee was still good.

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Food: C
The menu at the Paulsboro diner is that of a typical restaurant.  Since they are only open for breakfast and lunch, they have a smaller menu and don’t have desserts or big entree platters.

We went between the holidays and I was still full on holiday cookies.  I decided to order something lighter and one of my favorites: a Greek salad with chicken.  It came with free soup, and they had one of my favorite types: lentil.

The lentil soup was one of the best I’ve had.  It was hot and fresh.

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The Greek Salad was decent.  There were a lot of salad greens, but not enough toppings and the dressing left a lot to be desired.  They didn’t have a lot of salad dressing options (all I wanted was a greek or balsamic dressing) and they handed me dressing packets instead of in a cup. There was plenty of chicken was great.  It was a combination of a lot of chicken and salad green but not a lot of toppings.

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Service: A
Our waitress was extremely friendly and made sure we had plenty of refills, plus our food came out quickly.

Price:
For the coffee, salad, and soup the cost was $10.

Overall Thoughts/Would I come back?
I enjoyed the Paulsboro Diner, and it was a nice surprise in the area.  I’ll be back!

Atmosphere: A
Coffee: B
Food: C
Service: A
Price: $7-12
Overall: B

Closeby Diners I’ve been: Colonial Diner Hollywood DinerHarrison House Diner,
See all 166 diners here.

Questions for you:
What is your favorite soup?
What’s the smallest restaurant you’ve been too?

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One response

  1. I absolutely love the She Crab soup at 82 Queen here in Charleston. Not a diner, but if you like soups and salads it’s a great place for it.

    Glad you and Angela got to hang out when she was in town! Smallest restaurant I’ve been in is a place here called Boxcar Betty’s… maybe 8 tables or so. Clay and I took a friend from out of town there and the three of us were cramped at the table.

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