Food & Drink in Robertsville

50% Off Portuguese Food at Mediterranean Chateau

Mediterranean Chateau


$30 $15


Filet mignon, T-bone steak, tiger prawns, and lobster with mussels, clams, shrimp, scallops, chicken, pork, and chourico in spanish rice

50% Off Pizza at Villabate Gourmet

Villabate Gourmet


$30 $15

Italian favorites and fresh-made pies with inventive toppings such as the barbecue chicken pizza and the eggplant parmigiana pizza

48% Off Korean Meal for Two at Gammeeok


Fort Lee

$67.95 $35


Raw oysters, sliced pork belly, radish and white kimchi; soft tofu and seafood including mussel, clam with seasoned shrimp and rice wine

Up to 50% Off at Nonnas Citi Cucina

Nonnas Citi Cucina


$40 $20


Italian joint dishes out fried calamari, meatball sliders, penne bolognese, short rib, and pear blue cheese pizzetta with crispy proscuitto

Up to 40% Off at Pauline’s Italian Cuisine

Pauline's Italian Cuisine


$40 $24

Veal marsala, chicken in lemon-wine sauce, lobster ravioli, and classic pasta menu with eggplant parmigiana and hearty meat lasagna

Half Off Italian Food at Rick's Italian

Rick's Restaurant


$40 $20.99


Celebrated chef Alex Cormier infuses gnocchi, veal parmesan, calamari, and other Italian staples with European influences.

Up to 50% Off Italian Food at Tavola Barone

Tavola Barone


$30 $15


Italian classics such as pasta dishes and 10-inch pizzas

50% Off at Arisu Japanese Cuisine

Arisu Japanese Cuisine


$30 $15


Spices, flavors, and textures all come together inside a restaurant that surrounds visitors with amber tones and pebble stone accents

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At Bagelicious Cafe & Gourmet Deli, bagels aren't just for breakfast. The warm, homemade rolls-with-a-hole also serve as a base for sandwiches piled high with Boar’s Head meats and cheeses or egg, chicken, and tuna salads. Burgers forgo a traditional bun in favor of a flagel—or flat bagel; bagel-less options include vegetarian or chicken fajita wraps, hot prosciutto heroes, and paninis stuffed with eggplant parmigiana or smaller, slimmer paninis. Still, it's hard to improve upon tradition, and guests won't be blamed if they prefer to enjoy their bagel in its most natural form—dressed in nothing but butter or a heaping helping of homemade plain, veggie, or strawberry cream cheese.

759 State Route 34

It’s hard to believe that all of the offerings on Paco’s Tacos extensive menu can come from one chicken, what with 12 types of tacos, 13 quesadillas, and more than 20 burritos that complement the house specialties. Yet the staff accommodates those who stride into the restaurant, which is marked by bright walls orange walls, hanging lamps, and Mexican-inspired artwork that reflects the creatively plated dishes. Taco salads arrive at tables nestled in giant, crispy tortilla bowls and the house specialty Molcajete Popocatepetl’s marinated grilled beef, chicken, jumbo shrimp and vegetables are served atop a sizzling lava rock.

455 County Line Rd 520
Marlboro Township,

Like a good actor or a defective penny, Mark Joseph's Restaurant has more than one face. Half of their menu is comprised of grilled pizzas, such as margherita and the sauceless white pie, while the other half is made up of new American cuisine, from the pork belly sandwich to a Colorado lamb shank dressed with butternut squash puree and pistachio mint pesto. Regardless of the dish, top Zagat rated Chef Michael d'Ennery and his kitchen staff source the ingredients from local farmers and growers, then craft each meal from scratch. Because of their dedication to freshness, their menus change seasonally.

333 US Highway 9

The cooks at Cafe Spezia prepare more than two dozen house-made pasta, chicken, veal, and seafood entrees and complement them with refreshing salads and sandwiches. Penne pasta is sautéed with sweet sausage and broccoli rabe in a white-wine sauce, and the lobster bolognese's diced lobster blends with cream and grape tomatoes over a bed of linguine. Grilled North Atlantic salmon is drizzled with citrus vinaigrette, and egg-battered shrimp francese is sautéed in lemon butter and white wine.

349 Route 9 South
Manalapan Township,

Spezia blends staples from three culinary customs—Mexican, Portuguese, and Italian—into one eclectic menu. Tables swaddled in white linen and surrounded by soaring mirrors set the stage for the ensemble, where guests can start their night with golden-fried calamari or spicy cilantro shrimp. For main courses, filet mignon flambe comes bathed in a caramelized-onion purée, eggplant parmigiana nests atop marinara-swaddled pasta, and shrimp, scallops, and sautéed veggies sizzle in fajitas.

3310 U.S. 9
Old Bridge Township,

Godzillas, Green Dragons, and Volcanoes frequently top the tables inside Sakura Sushi. The chefs bestowed such fierce names upon their sushi rolls stuffed with crunchy crab meat, eel, avocado, and cucumbers. The chefs also build party trays, including the All Cooked tray with 74 rolls to feed an entire family or one hungry, hungry hippo. In the kitchen, cooks dress chicken in teriyaki sauce, pair veggies and noodles in a soup, and dunk shrimp in tempura batter.

300 Gordons Corner Road
Manalapan Township,

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