This was ok for breakfast on NJ diner standards. The menu is varied and offer nice breakfast specials. Pancakes are a little dry but the gravy for the disco fries is delicious. Kids menu is good too.
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Very fast and convenient a huge menu with big portions the soup and salads are good so are some of the daily specials. Great price on dinners, soup or salad and entree dessert and coffee or tea. Usually always busy. Will return, like it much...More
If you live in New Jersey, chances are, you're at a diner at least once a month, if not, once a week. Time to Eat is a good diner with the typical food you'd expect from a diner plus their portions (and every other diners'...More
Very typical Jersey diner. Very difficult to exit from the highway. Large menu, I had the prime rib. It was way overlooked, but came with corn, baked potato, salad, soup and dessert. Nothing to rave about, but I left full. Server was a young guy,...More
Your average NJ diner. Clean, crowded, staff in a hurry. Good sausage but much to be desired scrambled eggs - seemed "boxed" not freshly cracked. No seasoning of any kind in home fries. Weak cranberry juice - perhaps a cheap brand and/or watered down.
We were hoping for a solid small town diner breakfast. The facility was clean, a bit cold, but there was a sign warning on the door. The hostess was polite, but directed us to the table without a word, chucked the menus on the table....More
I visited in the evening, and ordered their Polish Sampler special. It was amazing. The food was well priced tasty, and there was way too much of it. I had a whole other meal out of the left overs. The staff were all friendly. I...More
I was told about the Time to Eat Diner by some co-workers in Raritan. I had been wanting to try a real NJ Diner. This is it! I have gone there several times. Every time, I’m back there I usually have dinner there 1-2 nights....More