Three B's Bistro Lakehurst NJ
- Tapas52 Oct 6, 2013 08:31 AM
Stopped in for dinner first time last night and was pleasantly surprised. The place was very crowded, bar was packed also.....we were greeted and were told there would be a 15 min wait and that's exactly how long it was. very friendly service and attentive for a busy Saturday evening prime time . menu was large and interesting with many choices from sandwiches, burgers to porterhouse steaks and beyond..for starters we ordered Pulled Pork Tacos $6.99 Tender Shredded Pork Piled High into three Crisp Taco shells, then Topped with a Sweet & Zesty Asian Slaw,.. just amazing flavor! The wife had the Smokey Mountain Burger $9.99 Angus Beef Encrusted with Southern Batter, Served with Cracked Pepper Gravy, Melted Cheddar Cheese Beer-Battered Onions & Crisp Applweood Bacon,.....it was hugh and delicious, a battered Burger? very unique,lol..
I ordered the Shrimp Fra Diavolo $13.99
Plump Shrimp Sauteed in a Spicy Plum Tomato Sauce. Served Over Linguini, didn't know what to expect but it was delicious and at the "RIGHT" spice level that I love,.....nice energy atmosphere too, we will be back to try many more menu choices, Sushi also,...and they also own the Italian deli Salumeria next door also..
a fun dinner.
Our friends recently moved to Holiday City and discovered this place. They go every Friday and LOVE it! We will get there soon. I'm desperate to find a new restaurant in this area that's actually good.
These are the Boemios who started out as pizzaiolos; Attillio's at the intersection of 166 and Old Freehold Road, is theirs. They moved into pseudo-serious restaurant food with Villa Amalfi on 166.
Wow, that menu is all over the place huh? Stuffed cabbage, sushi, bar food, Italian and pizza.
That always makes me nervous.