Schuyler Diner (Lyndhurst, NJ)
Sadly, the Schuyler Diner has closed due to the owner committing credit card fraud.
The owner, Sanjiv Kumar, of Paramus, was found on separate occasions running fraudulent activity on his credit cards that benefited his restaurant. He was later sentenced to repay a portion ($91,000) of the $138,000 in illegal purchases on his credit cards.
Schuyler Diner Atmosphere: A
When we arrived, we were the only ones in the entire Schuyler Diner. There are very few diners I’ve been to that have been empty.
The Schuyler Diner in Lyndhurst has recently been reopened, and it’s very different from what people have remembered. It’s also attached to an Indian Restaurant which makes it one of the most unique restaurants I’ve been too.
Schuyler Diner Coffee: B
The coffee was good. There was nothing overly unique or special, but it wasn’t bad either.
Schuyler Diner Food: A
The Schuyler Diner menu has everything and anything you want. They have one of the biggest menus I’ve seen and a lot of specialty items. There is pizza, flatbread, breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
I decided to order off the lunch menu and ordered the grilled portabella wrap. It was stuffed grilled portabella, as well as other vegetables, goat cheese, and pesto. It was incredibly packed and tasted great.
Schuyler Diner Service: C
The waitress was nice but often forgot parts of the order. For being the only ones in the restaurant, the food did take a while to come out.
Schuyler Diner Cost: $
For my wrap and the coffee, the cost was $12.
Overall Thoughts/Summary of the Schuyler Diner (Lyndhurst):
I liked the Schuyler Diner in Lyndhurst and it was a nice surprise. The service was a bit slow but other than that it was great.
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Question for you:
What is your favorite grilled vegetable?