The New Olga’s Diner in Marlton is Open & Features Vegan Menu

Olga’s Diner is back and offers something for everyone — including vegans.

The new Olga’s Diner opened this past week at 200 Route 73 North in Marlton. It is a remake of the iconic diner that was located where Routes 70 and 73 meet and closed in 2008.

This is not your parent’s or grandparent’s Olga’s Diner, though. While classic breakfast, lunch, and dinner items are offered all day long, they’ve considered the vegetarians and vegans who may want to dine at the establishment as well.

Vegan specials such as the Beyond Burger and dishes made with locally produced Michael’s Savory Seitan are featured on the special vegan menu. This is good news for those who are trying to live a more plant-based lifestyle or simply want non-meat options.

Looking forward to visiting soon! Have you been yet? Sound off in the comments.


Marilyn Johnson

Marilyn is a freelance writer covering the food and drink scene of South Jersey. You can find more of her writing on Philly Grub and NewsBreak.

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    Anthony Zarrella says:

    Visited diner on 12/28/2019 around 1PM. It was very crowed but there was no wait for a seat. My wife and I ordered breakfast, two eggs over medium, her with bacon, me with Italian sausage. The food arrived in good time, but, the home fries were overcooked (burnt brown) and for all intents were inedible. The bacon was ok, nothing special. My large slab of sausage was extremely greasy, actually dripping grease. The eggs were kind of rubbery though edible. I was surprised by the overall poor quality of the food which has served to be a one and gone for me. Plenty of other diners around with good food.

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