Reviews on Healthy food in Lebanon, New Jersey, United States. Lebanon is a borough in Hunterdon County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough's population was 1,358, reflecting an increase of 293 (+27.5%) from the 1,065 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 29 (+2.8%) from the 1,036 counted in the 1990 Census.
Things to do in Lebanon
4 based on 67 reviews
Led by Chef/Owner Josh DeChellis, Juniper Hill is a modern rustic restaurant and bar serving simple and seasonal food prepared with the best offerings from nearby farms and carefully chosen purveyors. The menu blends ingredients from around the world to d
Interesting combinations of flavors I haven't seen anywhere else. I appreciate the vegan and vegetarian options.I loved the free onion-potato bread served with humus.I highly recommend the strawberries & sprouts starter with ricotta cheese; I believe this was listed on the menu under salads but there are no greens. Either the ricotta cheese, the dressing or both were sweet. The strawberries were sweet too.For entree, I requested a vegan platter consisting of the three "SIDES" that were offered on the menu: roast potatoes, asparagus with chickpeas (and herbs), and sweet & sour cauliflower/broccoli with lots of golden raisins. The roast potatoes are oily but I forgive them because they're delicious. All three of these "SIDES" is delicious. This platter was large enough to feed two people. When ordered as sides, the portions are also too large for one person, so I recommend sharing.My favorite item was the pineapple basil sorbet. Lots of fresh basil gave this dessert a delicious kick. I didn't particularly taste pineapple; the sorbet seemed to resemble mango more than pineapple. I hope they still have this dessert when I return.I also recommend the olive oil cake served with vanilla cream, cherries and cherry sauce. A wonderful combination. The cake was not too sweet and I definitely detected the taste of a flavorful olive oil. My husband and I shared this cake and the pineapple basil sorbet, and the two desserts complemented each other.Not as outrageously delicious as the strawberries and sprouts starter, but an interesting combination of flavors, is the avocado grapefruit bowl with rice and grated fresh horseradish. My husband ate this on two different occasions, and loved it the time the horseradish was freshly grated and very strong.I do not recommend the tuna entree. The tuna was fresh, well seasoned and well prepared, so I ate all the tuna,and I picked out all the sweet pieces of mango, but I disliked the sour kimchi flavoring of the rice noodles, cabbage and other items served with the tuna.The cheese plate on the dessert menu is fine but not the best I've had.The bar offers a long list of interesting bourbons. I thought it interesting that the list of bourbons was much longer than the list of scotches, and I am a bourbon fan.My favorite tables for two people are the two near the front windows.Request a seat cushion if you wish.On both occasions when we dined here, service was slower than at other restaurants, although the servers are friendly and helpful.
I was driving down Rt31 and needed to grab a quick lunch. I had driven by this cafe a few times and always wondered about it. The food and the service exceeded all my expectations. The food was fresh, the menu was diverse and unique, and the service was beyond friendly. I wish I was in the area more often. If I worked in Clinton I would probably visit this place weekly.
Obsessed with the vegan BLT, chickpea wrap, the cookies, and soup of the day. Never been disappointed with the food here and the staff is also super friendly. It's an adorable little place so I usually do take out but definitely recommend eating there if you can. Everyone needs to try this place. :)
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