Berlin is a borough in Camden County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough's population was 7,588, reflecting an increase of 1,439 (+23.4%) from the 6,149 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 477 (+8.4%) from the 5,672 counted in the 1990 Census.
Things to do in Berlin
4.5 based on 112 reviews
We recently hosted the luncheon after my mother-in-law's funeral and I truly can't say enough good things.
From the very beginning Domenica was a pleasure to work with; she shared menus, gave me both plated and buffet options in several price points and well as options for beverage service. They worked directly with the funeral home who gave them final estimated counts as we left Mass.
Everything was prepared as discussed and they were thoughtful enough to reserve a table for the immediate family.
We had Caesar Salad, Rigatoni, Chicken Parmesan, Stuffed Flounder and Sausage and Peppers and we selected Cheesecake for dessert- everything was delicious, hot and kept full long after everyone had seconds... there was plenty of fresh bread and the staff took excellent care of refilling drinks, checking on my father in law and all of the guests.
I truly can't say enough nice things about their entire team and how kind, helpful and friendly everyone was.
4.5 based on 36 reviews
IT is a so so place that has so so ice cream and the prices for what they give you is not up to par ohsoo soo sweet loaded with fillers not just good for any price!!!!
4 based on 25 reviews
My rating doesn't indicate some of the advantages of this place. It has a small menu with some Thai and Chinese dishes. It's a comfortable and friendly place. The main virtue is the freshness of the ingredients especially in the soup. They get their bean sprouts, aka mung beans, fresh daily from Washington Ave in Philadelphia. if you order the soup as a take out they give you the ingredients separately so they stay fresh.The Phon Pen soup is good with a mixture of all the ingredients in the other soups. The House Special Vermicelli is the same, a mixture of the other vermicelli dishes. The Crispy Crepe is a very inexpensive appetizer which is actually a full meal. These dishes, especially the soups, can be filling and fit within a diet as long as you don't had hoisin sauce. It may or may not be on the menu but the Vietnamese coffee is excellent. I prefer the hot coffee but this coffee is best not diluted. A number of coffee shops now have this on their menus but I haven't found one yet that's authentic.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
Go a few times, and you'll see that they cater to their frequent flyers. They remember how you like your beverage. Just awesome
4 based on 87 reviews
A little shiny diner on Rt 30 in Berlin NJ is an amazing tiny place. I have never had a bad mean there. You get a small hometown feel, great service, and great food. One of my favorite places to go for good food. The Reuben sandwich is one of my favorites!
4.5 based on 17 reviews
Good hoagies. I don't care for the large onion chunks, so I asked if they could be cut smaller. The guy proceeded to tell me that this is how hoagies are made, with large onion pieces. Since I don't like large onion chunks, I ate...MoreOur onions are cut into 1/4" chunks they don't get much smaller so unless you want them minced into jelly I don't know what to tell you.
4 based on 7 reviews
We had been driving by this ice cream parlor for a while and finally stopped in. It's your typical ice cream place. Seating is all outdoor, nice outdoor atmosphere. Unfortunately the ice cream was only average and I thought the portions were small. I don't want to be too harsh, but I think I have had better supermarket ice cream. 'Sundaes' is another parlor close by that doesn't have the nice seating, but the flavor selection and serving sizes are much better there.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
There are 3 Dunkin Donuts within 2 miles of our home and this is our favorite one to visit. All DD serve basically the same things but this one sponsored an American Red Cross blood drive so I feel they are more community oriented than the other DD. The personnel are always polite, professional and proficient.
4 based on 30 reviews
We stopped in the other day for the first time and we were pleasantly surprised. We ordered the regular nachos (without meat). The platter was huge and they were delicious, too. We had the corn beef wrap and the New Orleans pasta. Both were excellent and reasonably priced.
4 based on 23 reviews
My wife and I went to eat here this past Saturday. The place was busy but not crazy busy... we were seated and waited for over 10 minutes for someone to come up to us. When the waitress did she said she would be right with us.. then another 5 minutes passed. We asked to be seated in another section so we could get served, which we promptly were. Unfortunately the waitress who never waited on us started getting mad and was walking around and talking about my wife and I to all the staff. Very unprofessional. At one point she was staring directly at me and shaking her head. I'm not sure what her problem or issue was. We never asked for a manager or did anything but ask to be seated in another section.
We did not enjoy our meal at all and have officially written this place off forever.
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