Reviews on Seafood food in Secaucus, New Jersey, United States. Secaucus (/ˈsiːkɔːkəs/ SEE-kaw-kəs) is a town in Hudson County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the town's population was 16,264, reflecting an increase of 333 (+2.1%) from the 15,931 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 1,870 (+13.3%) from the 14,061 counted in the 1990 Census.
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4 based on 283 reviews
This was convenient to our hotel around the corner and our group of 4 stopped in for a late bite to eat on a Saturday night. We were seated promptly. Our server was pleasant and attentive. Our drinks came quickly and our food was prepared as ordered. A recent Vegetarian, I found no vegetarian meals on the menu, which was a little disappointing. I opted for a Shrimp Pad Thai without the Shrimp. It was tasty but not really enough of a meal to be truly satisfying.
4 based on 206 reviews
I was thinking about the Secaucus Red Lobster for quite sometime now. Finally decided to try it out. Went for a dinner and tried out the blackened Atlantic salmon along with shrimps which was mentioned in catch of the day. I always loved the garlicky biscuits which come out fresh from the oven. Never disappoints. The Salmon and Shrimp combo along with garlic mashed potatoes and roasted veggies tasted awesome. Portions are huge and filling. One less star because I ordered the Rainbow trout but was informed after 10 mins that itâs out of stock. Could have been more prompt with the service. Nonetheless itâs worth visiting again.
4 based on 648 reviews
Chart House is a fine dining restaurant serving seafood & steak and famous for their spectacular views. For more than 50 years, Chart House has redefined the ideal dining experience. With 27 waterfront and showcase locations ranging from the historic to t
I started working here and thereâs nothing in this town. Even the company cafeteria is better than most of restaurants here. After trying all the restaurants in this area, this is by far the best restaurant in terms of ambiance, service, and food.I actually think the prices here are quite affordable and not four dollar signs. Really love the view and the variety of food here. Definitely my goto place for dinner in this area. Iâm a club member so I get points for eating here.Ruthâs would be my second choice only because itâs mostly a steak place and ambiance is so-so plus way too close to my workplace for me to be comfy.
4 based on 486 reviews
With the International Ambassador of Greek Gastronomy, Chef Maria Loi, at the helm, Loi Estiatorio is a Mediterranean oasis in the heart of Manhattan, celebrating the flavors and hospitality of Greece, like the Greeks. Loi Estiatorio is an upscale take on
Small intimate restaurant near Central Park. The owner, Maria Loi is Chief and a delightful personality. Her manager, Alex is charming and attentive. You feel like you just entered your best friend's home. But, even more impressive is the fresh and uniquely prepared dishes. We were saddened we couldn't try more. Loved the fresh lentil soup, grape leaves and fish of the day. The desserts were light - you won't believe their baklava - no butter (made with olive oil) and may be the best I've ever had. All meals are freshly prepared - this place is amazing!
4 based on 946 reviews
Cull & Pistol Oyster Bar is the Lobster Place's first full-service restaurant, located next door to the Lobster Place Seafood Market inside New York's famed Chelsea Market. Cull & Pistol is quickly becoming a neighborhood staple in Chelsea-known for deliv
Made reservation through open table after reading many TA reviews. Special trip to NYC....dining here is not special...no need to reserve as on a recent Saturday night there were only tow other couples seated at 7 30 PM.....so the waiter seats us by the entry to the kitchen/busing area...great!!! food was small portions and expensive...drinks expensive and service VERY medium
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