The Silver Diner Changes Menu After 10 Years

The Silver Diner Changes Menu After 10 Years (Photo: Silver Diner)

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PhillyBite Silver DinerPhiladelphia, PA -The Silver Diner has recently updated its menu for the first time in 10 years with more than 25% of the menu bening replaced. “It was 10 years ago that we extensively changed menu items and implemented a large number of farm-to-table items. This year, we’ve shortened the menu to increase quality and have added a lot of new items,” said Von Hengst.


 

The Silver Diner has created modifications such as the addition of vegan, gluten-free, vegetarian and low calorie items however the entire menu has certainly not been modified this radically in over 10 years. The improvements have already been customer tested during the last few months and have received positive customer reviews and feedback.

“We’ve learned from our research on the industry trends and from our customers that shorter menus with higher quality food are more popular,” Von Hengst added.

Many of the new popular menu items include asian rice and meatless miso burgers, grain bowls, acai yogurt bowls, burrata avocado toast, roasted vegan dishes extra brunch items—to mention a few.

Additionally for those concerned that the diner is moving too far from of its origins, the most sought after classics are keep on being. “We’ve learned over the years that, as customers eating habits change, we must too,” added Von Hengst. “We are still tied to our flexitarian philosophy however—it’s all about choice and we have lots of choice for our customers.”

Cherry Hill Silver Diner
2131 New Jersey 38
Cherry Hill, NJ 08002

 

 

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