I ordered the double monster burger & it was good before catching the new jersey transit. I plan to come back on my future visit. Waitress was friendly. I would recommend it to anyone who's visiting their families. Thanks!
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The Silver Coin is a diner. So you go for diner food. I have been working in the area lately and stopped in for breakfast a couple of times and some lunches too. Breakfast is great, with nice portions, crispy bacon, friendly service. For lunch,...More
At a soccer tournament, so they were busy. We didn't have to wait long for a table. Our waitress was friendly and accommodating. Even though she was running from table to table she continually checked in on us. The food was really good. This is...More
Looks like your lassi small-town diner-Friendly service and extensive menu-They go beyond breakfast and burger type stuff with many entrees whih are exellent.My wife loved her chicken marsala-I tasted it and it was exellent.My roast half chicken with stuffing also was fine.Prices are diner type...More
Hadn't been here for several years. I stopped by for a late breakfast. Ordered scrambled eggs soft and french fries. Eggs were undercooked, cold, and watery. Fries were absolutely saturated in grease and cold. Server never came back to ask if I needed anything or...More
Used to go regularly with a group. Always great service, friendly servers; good food. No problem ever with desired changes in menu.
plenty of parking with easy access from rt. 30, white horse pike in Hammonton NJ with a selection of food. Good for any time of the day, seven days a week. Homemade pie and cake with a hometown flavor. Visited this location many times over...More
You want good food ,not fancy, inexpensive and really fast service,this is your place.4 for lunch business meeting,one omelette, one large Greek salad with chicken ,one eggs Benedict with Salmon and one special meat loaf.All tasty ,better quality than some higher end restaurants.Food came out...More
Took the family to Wharton State Forest because of the uncommon hot weather in the Northeast. After walking the trails we decided to stop and grab something to eat. Ran across the Silver Coin and we are sure glad we did. We walked in and...More