A few weeks ago, I stopped at the Stargate Diner. I’ve driven by the Stargate Diner about 50 times going from New Jersey to Virginia. Located in Seaford, De, it’s an easy stop for anyone going down route 113.
The outside of the Stargate Diner has a large sign and is a modern building. It’s not an old metallic, shiny, diner, but it looks and appears clean.
It had the typical feel of a small-town diner; there are plenty of booths, tables, and even a salad bar.
The bathrooms were out of service, and there was a sign that said: “Rotorooter on the way.” Had I desperately needed to go; I would have been forced to leave the restaurant and drive somewhere.
The coffee was good, but nothing extraordinary. It was hot and fresh.
The Stargate Diner has everything a stereotypical small-town diner would have. From multiple breakfast options to lunch, and dinner, they have it all. They are known for comfort food like sausage gravy, pork chops, or onion rings, but they have healthy options like salads or even turkey bacon. There were a few specials as well, but nothing that called my name.
Since I was on the road, I wasn’t in the mood for anything hot or too heavy and decided to order their greek salad with chicken. The Greek Salad itself was a decent size and had plenty of chicken, olives, grape leaves, and feta cheese. I didn’t love their homemade dressing, and it was so thick and salty. The salad itself was decent, and I would order it again, but I would choose a different dressing.
The waiter was friendly, and my food came out fast. I was in and out in less than 30 minutes. Which is great, because my bladder would not have lasted much longer.
For my salad and coffee at the Stargate Diner, it was $11.
The food at the Stargate Diner wasn’t bad, but I don’t know if I would come back, due to the bathroom situation. Hopefully, they fixed that within the hour I left.
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Questions for you:
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