Discover Restaurants offering the best Italian food in Plainsboro, New Jersey, United States. Plainsboro Township is a township in Middlesex County in the U.S. state of New Jersey. As of the 2010 United States Census, the township's population was 22,999, reflecting an increase of 2,784 (+13.8%) from the 20,215 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 6,002 (+42.2%) from the 14,213 counted in the 1990 Census.
4 based on 115 reviews
Bring a sweater it was very cold inside. Bring a bottle a BYOB. Bring an appetite... huge portions of pretty good Italian food. Good bread with dipping oil I add parmesan cheese to enhance it.A big menu with a lot of variety. Soup or salad comes with your entree. Flounder franchise was a tad rich for one person, the cavatelli with broccoli was a hit and linguine with clam sauce was tasty. Would return.
4 based on 199 reviews
Metro North featuring Italian Entrees, Seafood, Grilled Meats, Salads, Burgers, Sandwiches, Appetizers & Pizza. Along with your favorite cocktail,g lass of wine or beer on tap there is something for everyone. Reasonable prices in a casual atmosphere. Loca
METRO NORTH RESTAURANT PRINCETON378 ALEXANDER ROAD PRINCETON NJJUST A TAD OUTSIDE OF "IN-TOWNâ PRINCETONBack for yet-another round at Metro North Restaurant just a tad outside of âIn-Townâ Princeton. Still not a bad choice if you want to avoid the âin-townâ congestion and relax in an informal, comfortable, atmosphere; â¦ and, you wish to just, simply, enjoy a place filled with a cheerful, jubilant, crowd, out to enjoy a lively evening. Bring your revel-attitude and join the lively jovial, merry, jolly, environment that is far from subdued. For the price, you do get a reasonably decent portion of whichever choice you pick from a relatively wide tasty menu selection, along with a quite-honorable list of nice, different beers to choose from in many different taste categories. Fun, merriment, lively, decent meal from a decent menu selection; decent-tasting food in a proportionate price range â¦. Cannot go wrong if you are in that area and, again, choose to bypass the âin-townâ hassle. Those are some of the reasons why we choose to return to Metro North on Alexander Road whenever we find ourselves in this area.
4 based on 55 reviews
This is and old and popular pizza parlor in Princeton Junction, with ample off street parking in a strip mall. The ambiance is more or less industrial, but typical for pizzerias. It also offers more traditional Italian meals, which can be eaten there or for take out. The portion size is generous, but otherwise run of the mill. Prices for traditional meals are competitive. There are better choices in this area.
4 based on 394 reviews
Simple Italian inspired fare in a neighborhood trattoria style atmosphere in Princeton's Palmer Square. Fresh, local ingredients, seasonal pasta dishes, pizzette and a predominantly regional Italian wine list.
We were lucky ,walked in an were seated immediately within 5 minutes people were waiting to be seated. very pleasant servers and greeters I have trouble walking and use a walker the staff went over board to make sure I was comfortable the food was excellent every one enjoyed their food
This is really a Pizza place with a small dining area. There is ample off street parking. The decor is pretty basic, but they do have tables and table service. The Pizza selection was comparable to others in the area--tasted OK, but was slightly overcooked. Prices were comparable to others in the area. Overall not a memorable experience.
4 based on 112 reviews
Authentic Italian all natural & organic brick oven pizza as well as signature salads, sandwiches, & more! Nestled in the little historic town of Kingston the team here aims to please their guests. We look forward to serving you!
Friendly staff, great food. Can recommend the antipasti, different cheese and meats (salume, prosciutto), the buffalo mozzarella, and the thin crust (real) pizzas.Location, outside pergola seating in really nice especially on summer evenings.Good price/value ratio.Donât forget to bring your own drinks (BYOB)Looking forward to next occasion
4 based on 35 reviews
We've been going here both for eat-in and take-out for five years and the quality is consistent. Great, highly imaginative pizzas. Yummy subs. Nice people. Clean, simple interior. There's always plenty of seating available, which astounds me given the quality of the food. We're big fans of the arugula pizza and the spinach pizza, which are great as-is or with a sausage or chicken added.
4 based on 312 reviews
Located at the mouth of the Delaware and Raritan Canal in the historic Village of Kingston â equidistant from New York and Philadelphia â Eno Terra is the central meeting place for lovers of good food and exceptional wine. Eno Terra is founded on the prin
Through the years and chef changes, this place remains a favorite. The menu is ambitious new Italian, inventively shaped, and well executed. We especially like it on a quiet Sunday evening as we wind down the evening. My only complaint is that even with reservations they rarely seat on time: A wait is all but the norm here, which suggests some management challenges. But the decor is lovely and the bar offerings ample, so there are worse things. Long may they prosper.
4 based on 73 reviews
Carlucci's Italian Grill - West Windsor 335 Princeton-Hightstown Rd | Princeton Junction, NJ 08550After the tad tricky entering / leaving the parking lot and getting slots nearby due to the âalso-busyâ âneighboring & proximate establishmentsâ along the same enclave, and, due to following the âtraffic-signsâ, once you get in and find a spot close-enough, you are all set. We always go a tad earlier than our reservation time, as we prefer a âBoothâ. Once we confirmed our arrival and assure the staff that we do not mind waiting for a Booth to open up, we just sit and relax patiently. It is such a great dining place, that many linger a tad longer once they receive their check; so, even though you might be assured that a Booth (Table) might be opening soon, until the lingering, âsitting customersâ finally get out, you just wait. LOL. Once you sit, you feast. Eat. Eat. Eat, to your heartâs content. Delicious food, nice assortment of delicious menu selections at great prices. No wonder we keep coming back for more.
4 based on 151 reviews
Today we went to lunch at Romeo's' an Italian restaurant in a shopping center in Plainsboro. It's a BYOB that is side by side with it's pizza restaurant. We are on the restaurant side.We started with their calamari, which is one of the best we have had anywhere. The rings are huge. It's fried, but very delicately. It comes with a red sauce on the side. The portion is huge. I think it costs $10.99.We come here for the linguine puttanesca. It's also one of the best we have had anywhere. It comes with soup or salad and of course, bread.The puttanesca is excellent. It includes black olives and cracked, large green olives. There's lots of flavor! I finished mine, my wife did not, there was so much! It came home with us.It came with a choice of soup or salad. I went of the soup, which was a potato bacon creak soup. The soup was thick and creamy. My wife was happy with her salad, which was pretty basic and good.The rolls are made from pizza dough. They are very dense. They are warm.Are there negatives? The restaurant has little or no romantic atmosphere. You are going for the food, not the decor.
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