Discover Restaurants offering the best European food in Bayonne, New Jersey, United States. Bayonne /beɪˈjoʊn/ bay-OWN is a city in Hudson County, New Jersey, United States. Located in the Gateway Region, Bayonne is situated on a peninsula located between Newark Bay to the west, the Kill Van Kull to the south, and New York Bay to the east. As of the 2010 United States Census, the city's population was 63,024, reflecting an increase of 1,182 (+1.9%) from the 61,842 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 398 (+0.6%) from the 61,444 counted in the 1990 Census.
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4 based on 97 reviews
We have wanted to try this restaurant and found ourselves close by.We had pretzel and potato pancake appetizers. Both were good but pancakes took 10 minutes longer to reach the table.My entree was very good. Service was a little slow but we did arrive between shifts and the place was very busy. Overall the food is above average and very tasty.The decor is very traditional for a German restaurant.We found park on the street less than 100 feet away.
This deli run by Leo, the owner is top notch! Polish babkas, breads, pierogies, potatoe pancakes, hot delicious dinners and lunches every day, Monday thru Saturday. The cod fish sandwiches are huge and excellent. You certainly will love this store and the owners. Give it a try, you will be back for more!
4 based on 508 reviews
Cooking on a stone. Order steak, tuna, or shrimp, and they bring you a stone, which must be heated to 400 or 500 degrees (maybe more) and you cut your tuna (which we ordered) to your size specification, grease up the stone with oil or butter and cook the meat to your specifications. I have never encounter this before. Cooking smoke fills the room.But the stone cooking is just one item out of hundreds on the menu. A note to the wise, order less than half of what you think you might eat. The neighborhood where this resteraunt is located reminded me of the polyglot populations, populated by various legal immigrant Europeans after World War II.
4 based on 20 reviews
I recently dined at the Mediterraneo with a friend, whose favorite restaurant in Bayonne previously was Rincon de Espana, but who wanted to try Mediterraneo because he felt that lately Rincon had been going downhill.Pros:(1) Service is exemplary. In fact, if anything, the servers could be considered a little too attentive!(2) The food is pretty solid European Spanish cuisine. Only negative comment was my friend said his Galician soup was a bit too salty.(3) Restaurant's atmosphere is attractive and well-lit, something my middle-aged eyes appreciated.(4) Mediterraneo's Sangria is excellent.Cons:(1) Though the food is competently prepared European Spanish cuisine, it is not quite equal to the best Spanish/Portuguese restaurants in Newark's Ironbound section, such as Spanish Tavern, Fornos of Spain, and Don Pepe's.(2) Mediterraneo is rather expensive. Our meal (and neither of us had dessert), before taxes and tip, worked out to almost $53 per person; taxes and a 20% tip brought it to over $66 per person.(3) No off-street parking.Conclusion: if you want Spanish cuisine and don't want to leave Bayonne, and are not too put off by the menu's high prices, Mediterraneo is probably your best choice.
4 based on 239 reviews
We routinely have our holiday party here as it is convenient and reasonable priced per person. I always order the black bean soup as a starter as it is really good. I am also a big fan of the paella. The sangria is top notch and they host a lot of holiday parties. If you are looking to have a large party down neck, this is a great choice.
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