Bridgeport Flyer Diner (Milford)
Over the last few months, I’ve been to Connecticut far more than ever! That includes going to a couple of new diners too! Recently I was in the Bridgeport and Milford area and decided to stop at the Bridgeport Flyer Diner. I was hungry, and it was close.
Bridgeport Flyer Diner Atmosphere: A
When I arrived at the Bridgeport Flyer Diner around dinner time, it wasn’t too crowded. The outside is that of many diners. It’s modern but clean. There is nothing unusual or that stands out, minus the sign that says “busses welcome.”
When I went in, the waitress motioned to sit anywhere I pleased, and I got a fun locals vibe from it. I chose a booth since they are my preference.
Bridgeport Flyer Diner Coffee: B
There was nothing unique or unusual about the coffee, but it was good. The waitress refilled it a few times.
Bridgeport Flyer Diner Food: A
The Bridgeport Flyer Diner menu has many options whether you want all-day breakfast, lunch, or dinner. There were morning classics like eggs served with meat, bacon, ham, sausage, turkey and of course served your choice of home fries, grits or fruit. There was almost a full page of specials which caught my eye. I decided to order the prime rib, which came with salad, vegetable, and dessert.
Since I was hungry, I also ordered the Mezze platter, which was a Mediterranian platter with chicken, gyro, olives, tomatoes, salad, hummus, pita bread, and feta. In short, I ordered way too much food but had no regrets. Very few mezze platters include chicken and gyro, so it was a nice treat. The appetizer itself was great, and so much food. It could easily be a meal for someone.
My prime rib was cooked perfectly. I couldn’t have asked for better prime rib and was a thick cut, cooked medium-rare. I was pleased. I chose French fries and carrots for my sides but was full of the fries.
Bridgeport Flyer Diner Dessert: B
Since my meal came with dessert, I ordered the bread pudding. It was decent bread pudding, not my favorite but not my least. It was good, and I would order it again.
Bridgeport Flyer Diner Service: A
The waitress was one of the most friendly of any diner waitress I’ve had. She was friendly, attentive, and seemed to know every local that stopped by.
Bridgeport Flyer Diner Cost: $
For my prime rib, coffee, and mezze platter, it was about $35. The meal at Bridgeport Flyer Diner was enough for three people.
Overall Thoughts/Would I Come back to the Bridgeport Flyer Diner:
I liked the Bridgeport Flyer Diner, and I would go back if the opportunity presents itself.
Bridgeport Flyer Diner Overall: A
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Questions for you:
Do you like prime rib?
Are you a local anywhere?