Gordon Ramsay gave a NJ restaurant a makeover
Visited Station Restaurant in Whitehouse Station NJ Rt 523 for lunch.
I do not know anything about the restaurant before the Gordon Ramsay makeover, do not have a baseline.
The restaurant is large, Farmhouse Country decor, wood plank floors, and stonewalls, very cozy. Acoustics are not great.
If you have never been to this area of NJ, the restaurant is on main street, small town America feel in New Jersey, next door to the train station.
The restaurant was very busy for lunch, and the hostess explained it has been busy since they reopened last week. Like all Ramsey makeovers it was a battle of their dream vs what they need to do to run a successful business. From reading, Gordon Ramsey's Advice is usually the same - A successful restaurant is one that puts the desires of its customers, above the desires of its owner.
The food, in my opinion, is just that, small town America, homogenized, basic ‘diner like’ food. If I was going to makeover the restaurant from the outside looking in, based on other dining options in close proximity, it would be the easy bet.
Fried Dill Pickle Chips – Good – Fried pickles now checked off my life to do list 3.00
Slider Combo – 3 mini burgers – turkey – buffalo – meatloaf – with special sauce – no lettuce cheese pickles onion- on a small sweet bun. – Ok 11.00
Sweet Potato Fries – good
Menu for lunch was simple but expensive.
Soup of the Day
Biggers – which were main entrees ranging from 13-18
Mac and Cheese
Dessert – Pie
After lunch grabbed dessert at Polar Cub Ice Cream Rt 22 – Polar Pop – Yummy!
Then Took a ride over the mountains and through the woods to Flemington NJ!
Good road trip!