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N/A= A casual dining eatery, not rated as a fine dining restaurant
Well prepared, innovative food
Uses locally sourced, fresh farm-to-table ingredients.
Decor is dated
Located in the historic village of Mullica Hill, off the beaten track, Blueplate is an incongruity.
During the day they offer a reasonably priced for breakfast and lunch. The breakfast menu is outstanding and with mostly standard items including omelets, eggs benedict, scrapple and a few creative French Toasts and very good apple oatmeal pancakes. For lunch they offer the standard sandwiches, burgers, salads, wraps, and soup.
At night, however, the ambience and the menu changes with a more expansive menu and dishes offered with innovative preparations.
The decor is quaint and a little homey. It's not particularly attractive with flowered carpeting, booths, banquettes, and library chairs placed around polished wood tables.
Chef/proprietor James Malaby is a graduate of Culinary Institute of America who honed his cooking skills at some of the top restaurants in Arizona including Vincent Guerithault on Camelback, The Arizona Biltmore, and The Phoenician's Windows on the Green, and later in Philadelphia at the highly rated Brasserie Perrier restaurant owned by George Perrier.
Chef Malably serves up a well prepared, innovative dinner menu with American dishes with a French influence.
Whenever available, Chef Malably uses locally sourced, fresh farm-to-table ingredients.
On site parking is available.
Open for breakfast seven day a week, and for dinner Tuesday to Saturday, 5pm to 9pm.
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