I know what you’re thinking, and the diner was not named after Chobani yogurt! Just kidding. While driving down to Charlottesville, VA last month I opted to go to Chobani’s Diner and Restaurant in Pennsville, NJ. It’s about 10 minutes from the Delaware Memorial Bridge. I hadn’t heard of Chobani’s until I made a stop at the Salem Oak Diner and saw it on my way. All I thought was, YES another easy stop when going south (either to my hometown of Chesapeake, VA) or just south.
Chobani’s is a well-maintained diner. When you arrive, there are plenty of booths and tables. They have plenty of desserts and do serve alcohol. When I arrived, I was seated quickly. There weren’t that many people in the restaurant.
The coffee was good, but there was nothing unique or unusual. The waitress refilled it once. I could have used more, but it was probably better since I was on the road.
I wasn’t sure what to expect for Chobani’s because there isn’t a lot of information online. I wouldn’t be surprised if they had 5 options to choose from or 10,000. Chobani’s has a massive menu, and you won’t find anything missing. Chobani’s has plenty of breakfast, lunch, and dinner options. There are specials too. There about 15 different salads to choose from if you want a healthier route.
I decided to order a cheesesteak which came with fries and soup. The cheesesteak was massive and had plenty of meat. The french fries were excellent. They weren’t great but not bad either. Even though it was 95 degrees out, my chicken noodle soup was good as well.
In all the food was good, and I would order it again.
The waitress was extremely nice but the food took a lot longer to come to out than anticipated. Since there weren’t many people in the restaurant, I expected it be a little faster. Other than that, the waitress was friendly.
For my coffee and meal, the cost was $12.
Overall Thoughts/Would I Come Back?
I was pleasantly surprised with Chobani’s and liked it a lot. If you’re looking for a quick stop near the Delaware Memorial Bridge, Chobani’s is a good one.
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