Find out what Japanese restaurants to try in Lawrenceville. Lawrenceville is an unincorporated community and census-designated place (CDP) located within Lawrence Township in Mercer County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the CDP's population was 3,887. Lawrenceville is located roughly halfway between Princeton and Trenton.
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The food was very nice and different. We loved the noodles with kind of burnt oil and smoked flavor.
This place is a little confusing: Ramen and Burrito but I stopped for Ramen, had (I believe) Shoyu Ramen and was very pleased. The service was quick, the Ramen was great and the price was reasonable. The couple at the table next to me had some sort of fancy salads/ bowls. They looked amazing.
4 based on 21 reviews
I came here for lunch. They offer a good selections of lunch options. Food is good with good quantity. Will visit again.
4 based on 43 reviews
I normally shy away from mixed cuisine restaurants, but I was so glad I stopped here. Excellent sushi with some interesting touches, dim sum as light and flavorful as can be, and delish rice bowls with choices of proteins and veggies.Really had a great meal. Highly recommended.
4 based on 78 reviews
Well, as a sushi buffet, it is edible. However, considering the price, you can find plenty of better options in New Jersey. The tempura dishes had very thick batter and very oily. The rice of the sushi rolls was soggy. The soups were very salty. White tuna sashimi was pretty good. I will not go back there anytime soon.
4 based on 66 reviews
My husband and I go to Mizuki a few times a month and we are never disappointed. Service is great and food is even better. We have tried many of the Sushi rolls as well as the bento boxes and the Chinese style kitchen dishes and have always been satisfied. We recently brought our nephew and he said he can't wait to go back. It is also nice that you can have a glass of wine with dinner. If you are in the neighborhood, try Mizuki!
4 based on 76 reviews
My wife and I decided to have lunch at Roots on a Saturday afternoon. I regularly walk by Roots when picking up my dry cleaning in this strip mall. My only regret is that I waited so long to visit this restaurant!For lunch, orders are placed at the front counter where a menu board lists the items. Even though it was a warm day, I love soup and decided to try the Pho Chay. This vegetable pho was delicious and included a separate plate of all of the fresh items that are added to pho--jalapenos, basils, sprouts and chili sauce. This was a very good bowl of pho with a broth that was flavorful and served piping hot. I also had a side of the vegetable Thai spring rolls. They were also very good with accompanying sauces. These spring rolls are small and served in portions of 2 or 6. Though small, they had lots of flavor without being greasy. I ordered the fresh brewed iced tea to wash it all down and was impressed at how good the tea was. It was a nice blend of organic teas that was unsweetened which allowed for the flavors to really stand on their own. My wife also ordered the strawberry crepe, which looked delicious!This was my first visit to Roots, but will certainly not be my last!
4 based on 71 reviews
The place was empty on a Friday night at 6:30 so that shouldâve been our first clue that maybe it wasnât great. We ordered a couple appetizers which werenât good at all. The rock shrimp was soggy and not crispy. The chicken lettuce wraps basically had no chicken in it at all. I had sushi & the others had entrees. The sushi wasnât great. The rolls were falling apart and barely filled with anything. Had a horrible fishy taste. The entrees seemed like they were made earlier then heated up. I would NOT recommend this place at all!
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