Fare: Traditional American
Price: Inexpensive to Expensive
Food Quality: Uses healthy grass-fed beef and fresh local farm to table ingredients. However, preparation of the different menu items tends to be inconsistent.
Service: Welcoming and friendly, though inconsistent during busy weekends.
Ambiance/Decor: The setting is upscale, contemporary, in a restored 19th century train station overlooking the canal and the Delaware River.
Overall Rating: 2 1/2 stars
Note: Four star Rating System from 1/2 Star = poor to Four stars = Best in Class
Noise Level: Moderate
Recommended For: Diners who enjoy good traditional American food, upscale, modern ambiance, and convenient parking Lambertville.
Not Recommended For: Diners who prefer casual comfort food, lower prices, and fast service.
Recommended dishes: When available, The Filet Mignon center cut filet topped with caramelized cipollini butter, served over a potato pancake and roasted pepper coulis; The Short Ribs Coffee and chili rubbed with roasted garlic mashed and sauteed spinach; and for lighter fare The Lobster Roll steamed lobster, mayonnaise, celery, onion on a toasted top split roll.
Liquor: Full-service bar with a broad selection of wines by the bottle and glass.
The Lambertville Station Restaurant is the most popular, largest, and touristy of the Lambertville's restaurants.
The restaurant is located in a restored 19th century train station sitting prominently at the end of Bridge Street, overlooking the canal and the Delaware River. The decor upscale, contemporary.
Ask to sit downstairs along the windows where you'll have a dining experience with nice views of the canal and the Delaware River.
There is also casual dining and live entertainment downstairs at the Station Pub.
The Traditional menu includes salads, soup, sandwiches, comfort food, and entrees.
While healthy grass-fed beef and fresh local farm to table ingredients are used, the preparation and presentation of the menu items tends to be inconsistent.
They offer a selection of over 50 boutique wines that can be enjoyed by the bottle or glass in the Wine Cellar. Stone walls and ceilings with original exposed beam work from the 1800s are complemented by contemporary furnishings in rich shades of chocolate brown and turquoise.
Expect to wait for a table during the peak seasons.
The service is attentive and friendly, although rushed during the peak hours and tourist seasons, especially in the Spring and Fall.
They are kid friendly
During the warmer months, there is scenic outside dining at the beautiful canal side terrace
The Lambertville Station serves an excellent Sunday Brunch: 10:30am – 3:00pm and open 365 days a year including Easter, Mother’s Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas, and New Year’s Day
(Updated: March 2023)
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