One of the best parts about choosing a rental near Edison, NJ, is the abundance of food options to choose from. Regardless of your budget or the type of cuisine you prefer, there’s something for everyone. Here, five of our top choices.
If you’re looking for a special night out, put this on the top of your list. The cozy dining room is actually housed in a former local printing press, and on the menu are a number of delectable dishes, like the pepper-crusted Kobe skirt steak, the kung pao squid salad, and braised Spanish rabbit. There’s even a three-course pre-theater menu available at limited times seven days a week, so you can be in, out, and en route to your show without worry.
Every list of eateries needs to have at least one diner option; that’s just a fact of life. Edison Diner is the one we’re choosing. This no-frills spot is exactly what you want from a good, hometown diner. Naturally, you can order breakfast any time, from griddled egg sandwiches to chicken and waffles, and even Nutella-filled crepes. For something a little heartier, there’s an extensive offering of paninis, wraps, and burgers to keep you coming back again and again.
This joint may be a chain, but its pizza tastes like anything but. The dough is always made fresh, in-house, and stretched to order. Some of the standouts include a roasted cauliflower with olive oil, romano, and mozzarella pie; the simple-but-delightful square margherita pie; and the Philly cheesesteak with caramelized onions pie. You’d also be remiss if you didn’t try at least one of the homemade meatballs; a large order is slow-cooked in a giant pot of tomato sauce … and you can take the pot home with you!
This is fine dining at its finest; it’s the type of place you want to visit when you have something truly exceptional to celebrate. The dining room is at once intimate, yet light and inviting, and the dishes that appear before you are works of art that you’ll think are almost too beautiful to eat. On the menu you’ll find a raw oyster bar; an array of housemade pasta dishes with rich sauces; and daily specials, like the baked Maine lobster served with squid-ink spaghetti.
Not to be confused with the luxury hotel chain of the same name, this is the place to visit for a very modestly priced Thai meal. Nothing fancy; just good eats. Always on the receiving end of rave reviews, go here for all the staple Thai dishes you’d expect. Spicy-but-sweet Panang curry is always a crowd pleaser, as is the best-selling Pad Thai. And it’s always a good decision to kick off any meal with an order of piping hot, crispy spring rolls.
We hope that when you find your perfect rental near Edison, NJ, you bring your appetizer. Because these five restaurants are just the tip of the iceberg. There’s so much more to discover nearby!
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