Saddle River Inn, Saddle River, NJ:
A Restaurant Review

Saddle River Inn, Saddle River, NJ
Saddle River Inn
2 Barnstable Ct.
Saddle River, NJ 07458
201-825-4016
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Saddle River Inn: Restaurant Summary

Fare: New American- with French influences

Price:Very Expensive

Food Quality:  Well executed menu using prime dry-aged beef, fresh line caught, sustainable seafood and locally sourced, fresh ingredients.

Service: Professional; warm, and attentive.

Ambiance: A 19th century restored barn alongside the banks of the Saddle River, with elegant, rustic ambiance.

Overall Rating: 3 1/2 Stars

Note: Four star Rating System from 1/2 Star = poor to Four stars = Best in Class

Noise Level: Moderate

Dress: Upscale Casual

Recommended For: High income 50+ diners who enjoy excellent food with upscale, rustic ambiance, and fine dining amenities.

Not Recommended For: Budget minded diners and young families who prefer more casual dining with lower menu prices and larger food portions.

Recommended dishes: When available, The Australian Lamb Chops; The Yellow-fin Tuna; and The “Maribar” Filet Mignon.

Alcohol: BYOB



Restaurant Review

The Saddle River Inn is one of Bergen County's top restaurants --- a good place for a romantic dining experience or to celebrate a special occasion.

The restaurant is co-owned by David Madison and Executive Chef Jamie Knott, both of whom come with excellent credentials having honed their skills at high profile NYC restaurants.

Set in a 19th century restored barn alongside the banks of the Saddle River, the 80 seat restaurant has an attractive decor with an elegant, rustic ambiance. The dining area is spread over two floors, with rustic dark walls, ceilings and hardwood flooring. The tables are surrounded with comfortable burgundy leather chairs and tables set with white linen and china ware.

Chef Jamie Knott received his formal culinary training at The New York Restaurant School and later honed his skills at Fascino in Montclair, Salute in NYC , under Chef Clifford Crooks. Executive Chef at China Grill, The Empire Hotel, Executive Chef at Artisanal Fromagerie and Bistro in NYC and at ESquared Hospitality in 2012 returning to with famed chef Clifford Crooks.

Chef Knott offers a seasonally changing contemporary French with a new American influence menu. The dishes feature the use of prime dry-aged beef, fresh line caught, sustainable seafood and locally sourced, fresh ingredients when available.

The Saddle River Inn is open for dinner Tuesday through Saturday, and Sunday & Monday for private events.

Not recommended for children.

(updated: October, 2019)




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