Discover the best restaurant in Woodbridge, United States including Jose Tejas, Bahama Breeze, Troy, Colonia Dairy Maid, Le Malt Lounge, Harold's New York Deli Restaurant, Kona Grill - Woodbridge, Wegmans Market Cafe, Mama Lena's Restaurant & Pizza, LouCas
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4.5 based on 531 reviews
Went there today for lunch. My wife had the same dish as last week, our first time there. Chicken Fajitas with corn tortillas, she informed them she is a Celiac as well last week. Well the waiter even wrote on the slip corn tortillas and as she was told they were fine. After eating one she questioned the Waiter who said your right, sorry. I went and spoke to the manager who was very much a punk who says yeah my fault we don't really have much if any Gluten free. Then another manager comes to the table and tells my wife the chicken is not good either. Wait a minute what changed from last week? Bottom line real screwed up unprofessional management. Oh paid the whole bill. Kick myself because I should of made a point because my suffers because a punk did not care. Real class act.
4 based on 196 reviews
Went for lunch with the kids and grand kids. Friendly service. nice roomy booth and a large menu including small plates which are much appreciated. Waiter also helpful for those who did not want lunch too spicy hot.
5 based on 33 reviews
We decided not to eat the usual junk at highway rest stops and ended in Troy totally at random. And we are glad we did: this spotlessly clean restaurant served us the best falafel and kofte this side of Istanbul. The food was fresh, hot, and seasoned to perfection.
This place is a hidden gem easily worth a detour.
4.5 based on 30 reviews
We love stopping here for Ice Cream during the Summer but don't think of them in the Winter assuming they're closed.
We driving by today we saw that they don't close down seasonally.
What was even better they were having a Buy One Sundae and get the second one free, what a deal.
The Sundae sizes are generous for the price.
So there we were enjoying Ice Cream in the Winter, it really good.
4.5 based on 21 reviews
Established in 2014, Le Malt Lounge is the first Brown Spirit and Wine Lounge of its kind in the state of NJ. Featuring over 1,000 brown spirits and 300 carefully chosen wines and craft beers, the lounge has quickly built a reputation as the go-to for the experienced malt drinkers and new fans alike. Food in the lounge is created by the experienced Chef Duke Estime, previously of the Mark Hotel in NYC. Maintaining the highest standard of quality and holding the best inventory in the state, guarantees parties of all sizes and amazing time they will never forget.
I had first come here for a NACE event, and finally brought my wife here for dinner. It feels less like a restaurant, and more like a private club. The whiskey and bourbon list is expensive. We had the Charcuterie platter and Risotto balls to start, both were great. Then we shared the Tiger Prawns, which are delicious and huge!
My wife had a nice glass of wine, and I had a great Blanton's Bourbon. Our waiter was knowledgable and attentive, but gave us our space to have a nice, quiet dinner.
4.5 based on 839 reviews
Well my family is very happy....A picture of there dinner is shown.
Not really a lot for me Dr. Pragers veggie burger on the menu, Ibut I went with grilled cheese.
There's a line always at dinner and everyone raves about the place.... beautiful desserts. All at my table went on and on how outstanding it was.
4 based on 227 reviews
Kona Grill was built on Exceptional Experiences and meals that create memories. Our global menu features contemporary American favorites, award-winning sushi, and specialty cocktails — all made from scratch using only the freshest ingredients. While the places that inspire our cuisine may be far away, a welcoming place that offers inspiring food, ultimate hospitality, and diverse choices is right around the corner.
Liked the food and the variety, but boy was it loud. We didn't help this in that we were a table of 10 letting off steam after a conference. One of many in the restaurant that night. And many nights probably, since the Renaissance is right next door and is always having conferences.
4.5 based on 71 reviews
I ate here while shopping. There were several other shoppers doing the same thing, and we all commented on the high food quality. I had food from the Asian section, and the sushi was fresh and first-rate. Can't wait to go back here. Restaurant qualify food at a fraction of the price.
4.5 based on 30 reviews
We have been here a few times and keep returning because the people are nice and the food is reliably good. We love the bread and garlic knots on the table. Also love BYOB. We went on a Friday night and we're seated right away. The server immediately opened our wine and gave us water. My boyfriend ordered veal parmesan (he always orders the same thing) which he said was very good. I ordered one of the fish specials which was also very good. You do get a salad with your dinner. The food came out hot and in a short amount of time. Server did check on us occasionally but not excessively. All in all another good meal. We luv BYOB's....we will be back
4.5 based on 341 reviews
LouCas is the ideal location for an impressive party because the location is convenient from major roadways, the food is delicious, and the service is beyond compare. We were among the invited guests at a retirement dinner, and the way we were treated made us feel like the honorees. The servers made sure glasses were always full, drinks were promptly delivered to the table, bread baskets were refilled, and special dietary needs were accommodated. The party was held in the downstairs dining room and was a bit crowded, but it didn't matter because there was still room to move about and socialize. Especially nice was having restrooms just a few steps away from the room so we didn't have to go up and down the stairs. The food was plentiful, from the family-style servings of appetizers (stuffed mushrooms, eggplant rollatini, clams, fried zucchini, etc.), to the entree choices (filet mignon, salmon, penne a la vodka, veal parm, chicken Francaise, etc.). Portions were generous and if plates were not cleaned, to-go boxes were filled. Dessert choices were tempting and delicious. My cheesecake was as light as air, and my husband's chocolate tuxedo cake was dense and sinful. Coffee and tea were served with dessert, not as an afterthought, as at some restaurants. If this dinner was any indication of what it is like to eat here, we will most certainly return to the restaurant.
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