Yes, fiddleheads look like they came right out of a Dr. Seuss cookbook, but the furled fronds are actually a delicious, nutritious, and increasingly popular spring seasonal ingredient. The menu at Park Place Café & Restaurant in Merchantville is often busting with seasonal (even foraged) ingredients, so we weren’t surprised to find they celebrated fiddlehead season with a simple, show-stealing roasted side dish. Here’s a small round-up of New Jersey restaurants serving fiddleheads right now.
You gotta get the rustic with Chef Philip Manganaro. At Park Place, we offer you an inviting space where friends & family gather around the table to enjoy an evening of handcrafted foods that are a feast for the palate as well as the eyes, leaving our guests fulfilled. Enjoy the art of bread making. Fresh, rustic Italian bread right out of the oven.
The Juice Bar at 20 S. Centre Street in Merchantville offers simple, healthy snacks on the go! Red grapes are a great source of fiber, potassium, vitamins, & minerals. The nutrients in grapes may help protect against heart disease, high blood pressure, constipation and much more! Stop by and have a “grape” day. Cups are are only $0.75!
South Jersey Magazine's selected Cafe Bella Vita in Merchantville for one of thier annual Golden Fork Awards. They rounded up 32 of their favorite plates from delectable appetizers and small plates to hearty steaks and perfectly cooked pasta. These dishes were both memorable and mouthwatering and satisfy so much more than just our appetite. Bella Vita's Chef Carlo Finazzo won for "Best Simple But Complex Plate" for their Gramigne Carozza. http://bit.ly/1D7JRfO