Prestige Diner (New Providence)
Recently, I met with my friend Christine at the Prestige Diner in New Providence. The Prestige Diner has been on my “to-do list” for a while. I’ve heard nothing but positive things!
Prestige Diner Atmosphere: A
When we arrived almost every parking spot in the Prestige Diner parking lot was taken. It was busy, but it was also a Sunday around lunch. We both managed to get a spot and waited at the front for about 15 minutes for a table.
The Prestige Diner is cute. It’s got a large cobblestone exterior. The interior has plenty of seating with booths, tables, and a bar. We sat at a table in the back.
The coffee was hot and fresh. There wasn’t anything especially good or bad about the coffee. The waitress did add plenty of whipped cream.
Prestige Diner Food: B
The Prestige Diner menu has everything you expect in a diner. From multiple breakfast options to lunch, and dinner you’ll find everything.
We were hungry, so we decided to order the Mediterranean appetizer. It came with a bowl full of olives, pita bread, feta cheese, and tomatoes. The number of olives alone made it worth it.
For my entree, the entire page of salads intrigued me, so I decided to order the “mama besides salad.” It came with Grilled Chicken, Baby Spinach, Diced Tomatoes, Red Onions, Walnuts and Creamy Goat Cheese with Balsamic Vinaigrette Dressing.
It was a good salad. I could have used bread with it, but it was filling.
While the Prestige Diner was busy, it felt as though the waitress had no interest in being there and was having a bad day. We asked for a few things, like drink refills that took a long time and our food came out fairly slowly.
For my salad, coffee, and appetizer, it was $25.
Overall Thoughts/Summary of the Prestige Diner:
I liked the Prestige Diner, and there is a lot I want to try on the menu. I would go back if I were in the area.
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