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4.5 based on 168 reviews
Great meal after a business trip here. The pasta dish I had - spaghetti bolognese, was large, full of flavor and very good. The decor is pretty fancy, although the building is unassuming. The service was a bit slow, but it's not somewhere to go if you are in a hurry.
4.5 based on 212 reviews
If you like authentic Spanish Portuguese food this is the place. The quantity and quality is outstanding. Save yourself to the Newark Ironbound section my a visit here. The catering is super with abundance of food that keeps coming. I suggest you have your next party here. They also have Flamenco dancing once a month.
4 based on 249 reviews
Vault is a Brewery and Restaurant located in an 1800s bank complete with a vault. They offer an ever-rotating list of beers brewed in house and a seasonal menu featuring creations out of a copper-clad wood fired oven
First time visit and found parking difficult. Street parking was all blocked of by temporary police order so that made it even more difficult.
The ambience is really nice inside, although we were seated in a corner by a doorway and I was chilly. There was plenty of room elsewhere so I am not sure why we were seated where we were.
A good beer selection - even though I don't drink it. My husband had a flight.
I had the crab cake sliders and found the bread too doughy and thick that they completely overpowered the crab cake. They were better eaten without the bun. They were ok. I've had better.
My husband had the Beef Brisket Sandwich. He liked the bread but over all said it was ok.
The service was amazing. Very efficient and quick delivery.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
Small location, no food options and certainly doesn't look like the original photo on tripadvisor for this business. Always long lines and open only spring to fall with two windows. Cash only too.
5 based on 126 reviews
Unfortunately, I can't eat sweets anymore, but everybody who does tells me that this is by far the best bakery in the area. Their sticky buns are legendary, but they also have big fat delicious-looking macaroons, cookies, cupcakes, and other tempting items in the display case. All I can do is look and imagine.
4.5 based on 758 reviews
Chef Ed Crochet oversees Rat’s, a French-focused restaurant famous for its unique setting within the 42-acre Grounds for Sculpture park. We REALLY enjoyed our visit to Grounds for Sculpture and anyone looking for a nice day outdoors and some cool art indoors as well should visit. The restaurant, Rat’s was conceptually designed to be reminiscent of Claude Monet’s beloved Giverny by sculptor Seward Johnson. It is named after the gregarious character “Ratty,” from Kenneth Grahame’s famed children’s story, The Wind in the Willows. The restaurant patio, noted for its sweeping views and al fresco dining, overlooks a lily pond framed by weeping willows, and the “Monet bridge.” We had a fabulous meal here. Things started out with their seasonal lemonade which during our visit was Blueberry Lemonade. 1rat4
Then things got started with a delicious appetizer of CHARRED WAGYU BEEF with Porcini, Mustard Greens, Rye Crouton that just melted in our mouths.
To follow-up that tasty treat was an even tastier morsel of FRENCH ONION SOUP with Croûton, Gruyère that was one of the better versions I have had in a long time.Ending the meal was their COQ AU RIESLING with Griggstown Chicken, Bacon Lardon, Oyster Mushroom, Cippolini Onion, Pommes Pureé that was AWESOME. Every bite was more flavorful than the next and was cooked perfectly. I would definitely drive all the way up here again just to dine at Rat’s, but making a day of it combined with Grounds for Sculpture made it a day to be remembered and enjoyed by all in the party. It’s a great time topped by a great meal!
4.5 based on 93 reviews
"Still Field to Table 3 Decades Later"Welcome to Enzo's La Piccola Cucina" (the little Kitchen) Enjoy our specialties - Northern and Southern Italian cooking, traditional Homemade Pastas, Veal, Chicken, Fresh Seafood, Steaks ,Chops, The Family at Enzo's takes much pride in the freshness and originality of our food. Vegetarian/ Vegan/ Gluten Free Available. For that reason we would like you to relax and enjoy our cozy atmosphere as we prepare each of your dinners to order with the freshest seasonal and locally grown ingredients available. Hidden away in the south end of Lawrenceville, NJ Monthly readers voted Enzo's "The Best Undiscovered Restaurant in Central NJ" - We are one of Mercer Counties best kept Italian restaurant secrets! The accolades speak for themselves!"Someone was in the Kitchen with Mama and captured the Bright Flavors of Italy" ---NY Times Buon Appetito
My husband and I have been Enzo fans since 1995. It gets better every time we eat here. The food remains outstanding (best chicken giambatta in the whole of Western Civilization). The room is small but cozy and rarely ever too noisy even on a Saturday evening. My favorite is being greeted by the hostess-owner -Anna - with her great personality and warmth and charm. Like the food, that has been a constant over the years.
Last evening we were with a party of 8 and the food was outstanding from the veal parm to shrimp and scallops to cavaletti and clams to eggplant parm to chicken cacciatore and my choice of pork chop with apples and gorgonzola cheese. Appetizers were excellent.
The whole experience for all 8 us was sensational.
4.5 based on 100 reviews
Delicious food, very friendly and attentive staff, everything is fresh it's just a little hard to find since it's literally in an office building but once you find it you will never forget how to get there since it's so worth the hunt !
4.5 based on 207 reviews
This restaurant has a beautiful bar and dining area just off the bar. Best place to eat. They also have several formal dining rooms. We have been there often and the food has always been wonderful. Further the service is outstanding. My wife needs to have gluten free foods and the staff goes out of their way to prepare many of their menu items gluten free. This is fine dining. While not inexpensive the value is high. The atmosophere is extremely friendly.
4.5 based on 72 reviews
Master Chef Vince is back and he is still turning out the best Italian food in this area. We have followed Vince through all his various locations over the years, most recently at Avanti in Pennington. Now he (And his lovely wife, Cathleen) are across the bridge in Morrisville. They have created a very attractive and comfortable dining spot in a strip shopping center.
However, you come here primarily for great Italian food and Salute delivers. The chicken, veal and pasta dishes are the specialities of the house. Our family group of five all LOVED their food. Several people raved about the Chicken Palermo with onions, mushrooms and fresh tomatoes. I love any of Vince's chicken dishes --- Francais, Piccatta or Marsala.
Here, you still get soup or salad included with your entree at no added cost, an old Chambersburg tradition that is still followed here. And, of course, there is the crunchy Italian bread as well.
I am sorry but I do not remember the name of our server because she was excellent.
We will be back, again and again. In fact, we already have a future reservation.
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