Discover Restaurants offering the best Soups food in Highland Park, New Jersey, United States. Highland Park is a borough in Middlesex County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough's population was 13,982, reflecting a decline of 17 (−0.1%) from the 13,999 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 720 (+5.4%) from the 13,279 counted in the 1990 Census.
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4 based on 70 reviews
Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot is a restaurant specializing in Mongolian style hot pot dining. With 36 spices and ingredients in our original soup base recipe, our flavorful broth is sure to satisfy every single one of your taste buds. The highest quality
This hot pot restaurant is very popular on the weekends. Some weeknights this restaurant is also full. The best time to go is for their lunch special Monday through Friday before 3 PM for $10.95. Not only it is economical but less crowded. The last time we went was for lunch on a Sunday afternoon and there was no wait. I prefer the spicy soup base but the rest of the family stick with the regular. I personally think the regular broth is too salty but the spicy one is just right. It came with tons of chilis and other spices. Very aromatic and tasty. I suspect they use a fair amount of MSG as well.If you order one meat, one veggie, one meatball and wonton per person, expect to spend at least $25 per person without drinks and tax/tip. We have not been able to spend less than $30 per person when all is said and done. Quite pricey for the amount of meat that you get. Seafood is even more expensive. We have tried just about every meat that they offer including beef Angus, fatty beef, variety cuts of lamb, free range chicken, and their seafood. We have tried the vegetable combo platter but prefers to stick with broccoli, Napa cabbage, and bok choy. Beware that the vegetables and the meat shrink when you cook them. The meat is sliced very thin so they cook really fast in the boiling soup. The food has been consistently very good (broth and The freshness of the meat and vegetable). Service is very good also. The wait can be long on certain nights. You can wait until your turn or try other restaurants in the complex. No reservation for party of less than six. It is always a fun place to eat with the family but be prepared to spend a lot of money. As I mentioned in the beginning, the best time to go it's on weekdays and order their lunch special. Now that's what I call a great deal.
4 based on 28 reviews
Famous for the best Ramen spread. Cosy tiny place. Lovely food and hosts. Must visit again and again.
4 based on 22 reviews
This place is situated in the back of Rutgers University campus, and is in the heart of a Korean shopping center. There will be no surprises to see many young college students in this busy restaurant. So if you ever stop by this place, their tofu soup is a must order to have if you like spicy.
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