Papermoon Diner

I ordered the Triple Play for $9. I also got a caramel and sea salt milkshake. When the shakes came out, I was accidentally given the peanut butter milkshake. However, I was cautious and asked someone to check. In any case, I didn't like the mozzarella sticks or the sweet potato fries. I suppose I didn't really like the chicken tenders all too much either. I was happy with the caramel and sea salt milkshake.

Today's dining experience matches my previous Papermoon dining experiences: Papermoon is a little under okay. I like all the decorations, but the scenery doesn't make up for the less than satisfactory tasting food. Maybe I've just always chosen the wrong dishes. Maybe I think Papermoon is overpriced.

I've fine with all their rules except:
There is a minimum of $5 per person throughout the entire Diner.
Splitting of items is permitted, a $3 plate charge will be added.

Speaking of their rules, I thought they didn't allow a party to split the check, but it's not prohibited on their website menu and, in fact, we split the check.

Menu Description:
A mixed platter of chicken tenders, mozzarella sticks and french fries or sweet fries served with marinara and honey mustard, BBQ sauce


It's been a while since I've come to Papermoon and it was a joy to see all the toys lining the walls of this restaurant one last time before leaving Baltimore.

Today I ordered The Full Monte Cristo and I'd have to say that it was both delicious and filling.

Menu Description:
THe FULL MoNTe CRiSTo Grilled ham, turkey and melted havarti between two pieces of French toast. Served with powdered sugar and syrup.

Papermoon Diner

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