Chinese Restaurants in Suffern


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Tommy Chengs' chefs consolidate the flavors of China, Japan, and Thailand into a single kitchen. The menu of Asian indulgences is well suited to fit any budget, from lunchtime Japanese-style bento boxes that neatly arrange bites of beef teriyaki or pork katsu alongside shumai, rice, and soup or salad, to lavish platters of peking duck and sumptuous 17-piece sushi dinners for two. The BYOB restaurant stays open until 10 p.m. every night of the week, excluding every February 31.

1810 State Route 23
Wayne,
NJ
US

Brushed Tanning Studio's skilled spray-gun wielders provide a healthy alternative to traditional sun worship with UV-free sunless-tanning treatments. Using an FDA approved, 100% organic formula derived from raw sugar cane, certified technicians carefully cover every curve and contour with a golden glow that gradually appears over the course of 24 hours. The entire process takes as little as 10 minutes and lasts an average of 7–10 days, though results can last up to two weeks for clients who exfoliate sparingly or are particularly adept at time travel.

383 Market St
Saddle Brook,
NJ
US

• For $25, you get a hibachi combo dinner with chicken and steak or chicken and shrimp for two (up to $25.50 each; up to a $51 value). • For $14, you get a hibachi lunch entree for two (up to $14.50 each; up to a $29 value).

1570 US Highway 46
Little Falls,
NJ
US

It’s been open since the early 1980s, but there’s nothing dated about Chengdu 46. The gourmet Chinese restaurant has managed to keep a steady crowd of happy customers for the past 30 years thanks to two things: its romantic ambiance, and crack team of native Sichuan chefs. Families and dinner dates alike gather beneath red paper lanterns to savory crispy peking duck and empress chicken by the flickering candlelight. One chef specialty known as Spicy South Sea Pearls consists of whole sea scallops that have been fried, sautéed, and arranged to resemble a more grown-up version of a candy necklace. All food can be prepared for dine-in or takeout, and parties of four or more can reserve a private room and dine from a multicourse banquet menu.

1105 US Highway 46
Clifton,
NJ
US

Praised by the New York Times, Chef Jon’s Authentic Chinese Cuisine dishes up delights from the old country and the new. The pinnacle of Chef Jon’s kitchen and the lighthouse ushering in adventurous diners is its diverse array of authentic Huaiyang and Shanghai menu items, such as Grandma’s Red-Cooked Pork served with bok choy and marinated eggs ($14.95). Eel in hot-oil sauce ($16.95), sautéed sponge gourd with dough sticks ($9.95), and fish gluten with salty egg yolk ($14.95) allow diners to sample exotic flavors without licking a curry-covered Ferrari. Additionally, notable fan favorites, such as kung-pao chicken, serve to unwind any belly tornado ($8.95).

831 State Route 10
Whippany,
NJ
US

For a piping hot bowl of noodles, make a beeline for New York's Ollie's Restaurant. Low-fat eaters will need to take care, however, since the menu does not feature any skimmed down fare. Ollie's Restaurant has a BYOB policy, so feel free to share a bottle of your best wine or bring your favorite six-pack. Drinks here are readily available, so you can enjoy a glass of red or try something new. At Ollie's Restaurant, kids of all ages are welcome.

No suit, no problem! The dress code at laid-back Ollie's Restaurant is ultra casual. You can also have Ollie's Restaurant cater your next event.

No need to spend time searching for a space — there is a nearby lot with valet available as well.

Most items on the menu are reasonably priced, so expect to spend around $30 per person at Ollie's Restaurant. Stop by for three square meals a day — Ollie's Restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

2957 Broadway
New York,
NY
US