Copeland Restaurant

A Morristown, NJ Dining Review

Copeland Restaurant
2 Whippany Rd.
Morristown, NJ


 Copeland Restaurant, Morristown, NJ

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Price Expensive
Fare New American

Restaurant Rating

Food 3.5 Stars
Service 2.5 Stars
Decor 3.0 Stars
Overall Rating 3.0 Stars

Restaurant Review

This new American restaurant located in the Westin Governor Morris is a luxury hotel dining setting with exceptionally good food, although on the pricey side. The decor is what you would expect from hotel dining; it's a large open dining area with tables spaced nicely apart, attractively done with dark toned red walls adorned with paintings, and a sophisticated, reserved atmosphere. However, on busy nights, the sound from from the bar can be a noisy distraction.

Having said all that, it's a destination restaurant that will give you a very enjoyable fine dining experience.

Under the direction of talented chef Thomas Ciszak, the seasonal menu is well prepared with fresh ingredients.

For starters, try the Horseradish crusted crab cake with snow pea shoots And mustard seed vinaigrette. It's fluffy and moist; or the Alaskan king crab legs with seaweed salad and soy mayonnaise.

For entrees, the recommended selections are; The Lamb shank with sheep's milk polenta and green olive tapenade; The Chile cinnamon glazed Chilean sea bass, with potato wrapped shrimp, and baby bok choy; or if you prefer they have a Vegetarian eggplant tarte with grilled sacred chow tofu and asparagus.

Save room for the desserts, they are well worth the extra calories.

They also offer an excellent Sunday brunch with live jazz guitar.

If you love a good burger, and are there for lunch, try the Copeland Burger, one of the best in New Jersey. It's made with ground Wagyu Beef served on a brioche bun with cheese, BLT, and homemade french fries. The beef is from wagyu cattle in Japan and is known for it's delicious and healthy marbling characteristics that produce a naturally enhanced flavor, tenderness and juiciness. The cattle are breed to produce a composition that contains a higher percentage of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids than angus beef, commonly found in the USA.

While the service is friendly, it does not match up to the quality of food and lapses in promptness can be expected.

Open Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Years Eve, and New Years Day.

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