Find out what Mediterranean restaurants to try in Merchantville. Merchantville is a borough in Camden County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough's population was 3,821, reflecting an increase of 20 (+0.5%) from the 3,801 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn declined by 294 (−7.2%) from the 4,095 counted in the 1990 Census.
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4 based on 219 reviews
Voted as one of the best Italian BYOB in the region, Nunzio continues to distinguish itself with menus featuring authentic Italian cuisine featuring seasonal dishes, local flavors and choice cut meats, homemade pastas & fresh fish & seafood. Visit us at n
Had a lovely Friday night at Nunzios with friends. We were seated right on time in the first part of the restaurant. The ambiance was amazing-seemed like we were in a courtyard in Italy! Lots of decorations and color. We were packed in closely. Luckily our table was more toward a pathway. Waiters and customers farther in had to squeeze their way through.Tasty bruschetta for an appetizer as well as some delicious crispy plain bread (with a weird green butter or something-I wouldVastly prefer an herbed olive oil for dipping) for the table. Waiter quickly filled our water glasses and took extra glasses away. We brought some tasty beers, but a bottle of wine would have fit with the ambiance and the food better. The men had salads-house salad was meh, but Caesar salad delicious.Main meals arrived fairly quickly-really a perfect amount of time to chat. One special of Mediterranean bass stuffed with crabmeat and shrimp was excellent. Slightly changed pasta with sun dried tomatoes and crabmeat-I asked for shrimp instead of crab and it was no problem. This was completely dairy free and absolutely wonderful. The veal shank was a huge hunk of meat and seemed to be delicious. Iâm disturbed by the whole tortured baby cow idea of veal though...One appetizer, 2 salads, 4 outstanding meals, with just water to drink since byob, total cost with good tip was $180. Great night out; we will be back!Hi Medfordnjmom;Glad Nunzioâs helped make your evening great. We appreciated you describing the flavors and nuances of the dishes. Kitchen is thrilled you enjoyed the food. Looking forward to having you back soon.
4 based on 168 reviews
I often wonder why most restaurants who serve breakfast even need to print a menu. Most offer similar selections of pancakes, waffles and eggs prepared in the standard combinations. At Cafe La Maude, a menu is truly needed because they offer an inventive selection of breakfast specials. And, these breakfast specials contain a broad array of vegetables, sauces and bread that are not often found on a breakfast menu. But, most of all, the food is delicious. The prices are a little high relative to standard breakfast dishes. But, given the quality and quantity of food provided, I think the prices are reasonable. I can't wait to go back !
4 based on 1597 reviews
Wow, is this place something. Exuberant staff calling out their orders make this seem a dressed down, Tel Aviv neighborhood kind of place. Donât be fooled: Zahav cooks up Israeli cuisine at its creative zenith. Order the tasting menu, which gives you free reign at $48.00 a head. We especially loved chicken shishlik, hummus with laffa pita, twice cooked eggplant salad, halloumi cheese in kataif pastry, and fried cauliflower. Beâte avon (bon apetit)!
4 based on 183 reviews
This place has gone way way downhill. I remember coming here years ago with my dad and thinking it was great. When I was here a few days ago with my boyfriend, I was legitimately embarrassed I suggested that we try this place.While the service was great throughout our meal, the huge problem was the food:Sausage and broccoli rabe was mediocre - homemade sausage? really? and the broccoli rabe was overcooked in my opinion.Tagliatelle al Limone - outright bad. I know they use fresh pasta, but this was way way overcooked. The lemon was so overpowering, and not in a good way. The whole thing was just too one-note. No complexity...nothing. The prosciutto was poor quality and flavorless - it added nothing. The entree portion size was too small as well. If you're going to offer entree sizes - actually give entree-size portions or step your pasta game up.Pumpkin Tortellini - This was their pasta special that evening. We literally got 12 tiny tortellini for $23 as the entree size. It was a total joke. Basically $2 per tiny and overcooked tortellini? The pumpkin filling was fine, but could have used more flavor. The brown butter sage sauce was nice, but we were just so off-put by how ridiculous the portion size was.We were so bummed out that we decided not to waste any more money on dessert. Save your money and don't come to this place until they get their act together. This was such a disappointment, especially because this restaurant used to be SO MUCH BETTER.
4 based on 24 reviews
ZoÃ«s Kitchen is a fast-casual Mediterranean restaurant serving a distinct menu of fresh made Mediterranean dishes served with warm hospitality. Whether guests dine in, takeout or cater a business or social occasion, ZoÃ«s Kitchen offers a chance to experie
My wife and I and our son and his family--wife and two teenage sons--had lunch at this casual fast food restaurant in the Promanade. The food took 20 minutes to arrive, which is not fast food in my book. My Greek lamb was just a jazzed-up gyro full of feta cheese (which should be disclosed on the menu) and the pita was too doughy and cold. The price for this was $10. The other dishes were similarly euphemistic and expensive. I would not be eager to return.
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