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4 based on 67 reviews
We ate there the other night. The workers and owners were behind the counter where you order and receive the food. They seemed to be pointing and killing roaches. Also several weeks ago a roach was on my table as the food was being served. We had been eating there for years as their food is very good, but we wonât be returning unless they resolve their cocker roach problem.
3 based on 25 reviews
Vietnamese restaurant in downtown New Brunswick offering delicious and healthy options like pho soups, vermicelli noodle bowls, banh mi sandwiches, and rice plates.
We ate here several times already. Located in the heart of downtown New Brunswick but fear not there is a parking garage on the same block. We never had to wait nor have we ever made reservation. Wait staff is attentive. Appetizers are average but the Pho was delicious especially the broth. The restaurant is on the stingy side when it comes to the veggies for the Pho. We were only served a small plate to share (compared to other reataurants where you get a full mount of veggies for each Pho bowl). The rice and Bun bowl dishes were average. Banh Mi average taste. They also have a sign that says $1 for to go container. I give four stars because the Phos are excellent but the other dishes are average to very good. The restaurant participates in Eatstreet which is online order and pay ahead for take out (and delivery for an extra charge)
Found this place on NJ Monthly Mag advertisement. Really cool vibe, the decor is excellent, 40's and 50's antique record players and a wall divider made of a rack of old vintage vinyl records! Super cool bathroom decor! Wait staff was attentive, yet not overbearing. Food was American classic pub with strong Korean influence. Live DJ on Saturday nights, cool drinks (overpriced). Owner/manager needs to be more hands-on with the front of the house, greet your guests and visit the tables. Really nice experience.
3 based on 44 reviews
We have been going to Noodle Gourment for more than 20 years on a weekly or bi-weekly basis. Being a creature of habit I used to order the Gourmet chow Mei Fun all the time and, with very few exceptions, enjoyed it every time. Then, maybe 10-12 years ago I started ordering the Hunan Triple Crown and that has been my go-to dish ever since. My wife might order the Gourment California Noodle or a Beef or Pork Chow Fun dish. More recently she has been ordering the House Special Soup with beef stew added to it. She loves it. The crowd is made up of 90-95% Rutgers students with a vast majority being Asian. We just love how consistently good the dishes are week in and week out.
4 based on 38 reviews
Since Midori opened a branch location north of Princeton, we had not been back in some time. But it is great to report that the sushi, maki rolls and service are still very good. The only time you will have no waiting on a Saturday night is in the summer when Rutgers is break and many regulars are on vacation. Rest of the year, reservations are suggested Friday and Saturday's.There is plenty of street parking and a couple of town lots nearby. Midori is BYOB with Pino's wine shop a couple of blocks away.
4 based on 39 reviews
The sushi/sashimi platters are overpriced, have low quality fish (tuna looks like watermelon and salmon tastes like nothing and is almost colorless) and there's no rice/salad/soup. On a 14 piece sashimi platter it was salmon, tuna, "white tuna" and some fake crab thing for $30! The tempura salmon roll was fully cooked and tastes like canned tuna. When I called to complain and asked for a credit, they argued with me after telling me they would credit me!
4 based on 16 reviews
Recommendations - bulgulgi and kalbi (two different types of premarinated beef, sliced into thin pieces, quite delicious), and the bibimbap (Korean style mixed rice - a bunch of stuff including veggies and eggs that you mix yourself in a hot stone pot). They start with a bunch (and I mean alot, like maybe 10) small preserved veggies and tastings, quite unnecessary most were pretty weird. The Kimchi was good though.
4 based on 37 reviews
Royal Seafood is a regular stop for our office staff birthday celebrations. We do family style around the 10-person round table. Trying and sharing different dishes is the greatest joy for everyone. I'd come back with my family to offer them what I've enjoyed. I consider this as a cultural experience and appreciation.
4 based on 82 reviews
Aja Asian Cuisine and Bistro is a pan Asian fusion cuisine. We provide an elegant and romantic atmosphere. Aja is extremely spacious and can cater to large groups. We bring to you the NYC experience. So come on in and enjoy!
Three of us shared the edamame, the fried chicken which was delicious and a crab with seaweed and wasabi sauce dish that was extraordinary. Then we each had sushi which was good but standard. Atmosphere was nice with large booths that are private and small tables that are sort of out in the open area.
4 based on 28 reviews
Famous for the best Ramen spread. Cosy tiny place. Lovely food and hosts. Must visit again and again.
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