Bridgeton Family Diner (Bridgeton, NJ)
A couple of weeks ago, Angela and I decided to go to the Bridgeton Family Diner. Initially, we had other plans, but things fell through, so the Bridgeton Family Diner seemed like a good option.
I have driven by the Bridgeton Family Diner once before on my way to the Golden Pigeon. I remembered it was directly in the middle of a Uhaul center.
Bridgeton Family Diner Atmosphere: B
We arrived at the Bridgeton Family Diner around lunchtime. The outside is clean and modern. The front has an overhead that almost leads me to believe it was once something else.
The inside is modern and clean. It was around the holidays, and they were festive and decorated. We sat in a booth towards the back.
The coffee at the Bridgeton Family Diner was excellent and the waitress added plenty of whipped cream. In fact, there might have been more whipped cream than coffee which okay in my books. It was brewed hot and fresh, and we both had plenty of refills.
Bridgeton Family Diner Food: A
The Bridgeton Family Diner has plenty of options, including breakfast, lunch, and dinner. I wasn’t that hungry when we arrived, so I decided to order a salad. I haven’t ordered a diner salad in a few months but went with a Greek salad with chicken.
It was one of the most massive salads I’ve had at a diner ever. It had plenty of toppings, including grape leaves, olives, tomatoes, and cucumbers. A unique addition was artichoke hearts which I like! I believe it was supposed to come with anchovies with they might have forgotten. Instead of pita bread, it came with garlic which was good. In all, it was one of the better diner salads I’ve had.
The waitress was friendly, and the food came out fast. I have no complaints.Cost: $
For my coffee and salad, it was $14.
Overall Thoughts/Summary of the Bridgeton Family Diner:
I liked the Bridgeton Family Diner, and it was a pleasant surprise down in Bridgeton. I would go back.
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Questions for you:
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