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Fiddleheads Restaurant
A Jamesburg, NJ Restaurant Rating and Review


Fiddleheads Restaurant
27 E. Railroad Ave.
Jamesburg, NJ

Fiddleheads Restaurant Jamesburg 

Our restaurant ratings and reviews have been established on the basis of a combination of many sources including, personal visits by the restaurant editor of New Jersey Leisure Guide, visitor reviews, and restaurant critics.

Price Moderate
Fare New American

Restaurant Rating

Food 2.5 Stars
Service 2.0 Stars
Decor 2.0 Stars
Overall Rating 2.5 Stars

Restaurant Review

In a town not noted for fine dining, this BYOB restaurant stands out.

This storefront dining place has a comfortable atmosphere with an "art gallery" feel to it. The walls are adorned with paintings and photography of New Jersey artists who showcase their talents for the enjoyment of the diners.

Owners Dan Davis, the executive chef, and Brian Blatz, manager, along with Brian's mother who makes the desserts, have teamed up to serve up ample portions of well prepared dishes with a slight homey twist.

The menu is new American and is well prepared with fresh ingredients and is offered at a very reasonable price. The restaurant is frequented by diners from the surrounding adult communities who seek out good contemporary American food and value.

Twice a year they offer a well prepared "Game Menu".

For starters, try the Baked Brie in pastry with apples, almonds, molasses and cream.

For the dinner entree, try the Rack of Lamb basted in honey mustard with mixed nuts. If available as a special, don't miss the N'awlins Jambalaya.

A complimentary salad included with the main course is not well prepared and it is suggested that an upgrade for a modest cost is well worth it.

They also serve an excellent Sunday Brunch with a variety of well prepared offerings at a very reasonable price.

A party alcove for up to 20 people is available.

The service is friendly and attentive.

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