Silverton Diner (Toms River)
Silverton Diner (Toms River, NJ)
A couple of weeks ago, I met Cyd from New Jersey Isn’t Boring at the Silverton Diner right outside of Toms River. It’s one of the last diners we both hadn’t been too in the greater Toms River area. Cyd and I have been to no less than 30 NJ diners together!
Silverton Diner Atmosphere: B
The Silverton Diner has a huge sign that can’t be missed. It’s located in a shopping mall.
The interior of the Silverton Diner has several booths, tables, and a bar. It’s a big space but nothing special or unique. The one thing I couldn’t help but notice was the “Psychic Night.” I would be curious to come back and see what it is all about.
Silverton Diner Coffee: A
The coffee at the Silverton Diner was brewed hot and fresh with plenty of refills. It was good coffee.
Silverton Diner Food: B
The Silverton Diner menu has plenty of options. There are several breakfast, lunch, and dinner specials. I wasn’t sure what I wanted. I had a migraine, and I wasn’t that hungry.
I decided to order the pebble peaches salad with chicken. It was a small salad with greens, canned peaches, nuts, and chicken, crunchy noodles. It was topped with balsamic glaze was tasty.
It was a good salad for what I wanted for the day, but it wasn’t my favorite ever. If I had been more hungry, I know I would have been more disappointed.
Silverton Diner Service: C
Even though the Silverton Diner wasn’t that crowded, the waiter took a while to come back. He seemed disconnected from the table and his day. He was friendly, but it seemed like he didn’t want to be there and forget Cyd’s soup and brought out the wrong dressing.
Silverton Diner Cost: $
For the salad and coffee, it was $15.
Overall Thoughts/Would I come back to the Silverton Diner?
It wasn’t a bad diner, but the Silverton Diner wasn’t my favorite. It was right in the middle as far as diners go.
Afterward, we stopped next door at the local donut shop, which was excellent.
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Questions for you:
Do you like peaches?
What is your Favorite restaurant sign ever?