Toms River Diner
Toms River Diner (Toms River)
Last week, Cyd from New Jersey Isn’t Boring and I went to the Toms River Diner. The Toms River diner recently reopened after a two-year hiatus. The same owners also own the “Holiday City Diner,” which is one I haven’t been to yet.
The Toms River Diner sticks out on the main road. The exterior of the Toms River Diner is cobblestone. The interior has been redone and is modern.
The Toms River Diner menu has everything a diner typically has. There are all the breakfast favorites, including omelets, waffles, and pancakes.
There was page of lunch specials on the Toms River Diner menu. I was hoping to find a special that spoke to me but decided to order the pork chops.
I decided to upgrade my salad to a side Greek Salad and I’m glad I did. The small Greek salad had everything, including anchovies. Sometimes I can’t even find a dinner size greek salad with anchovies.
The pork chops themselves were presented well, but they were dry. I was kind of bummed and hoping for better pork chops. The mashed potatoes and corn were bland and nothing to write home about.
The waitress at the Toms River Diner was friendly and our food came out fast. I have no complaints.
For my pork chops, Greek salad, and coffee, it was $20.
I liked the Toms River Diner and it was a fun stop on the New Jersey Shore.
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Questions for you:
Do you like pork chops?
Where is the best corn you’ve had?