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sad dining conclusion for Princeton, NJ

charliebaltimore | Oct 29, 2003 09:56 AM

As someone who grew up near Princeton,NJ I must say that the dining has improved over the past decade, however I have come to a conclusion: save your money and save your disappointment at sitting down to a great meal. After visiting the area frequently from NYC and dragging people all over town and looking for a great meal to redeem the area, my two favorite places are Teriyaki Boy and Wegmans. The Teriyaki Boy and MarketFair and Forrestal Village are fresh, hot, decent and very fairly priced. The chicken teriyaki platter with cali roll and salad,$4.99 and shrimp tmepura $2.99 with 2 shrimp 8pcs vegs were enough for two. The udon soups are fine. At wegmans I'll have a slice of pizza $1.49, grab a few shrimp toasts ~$2.00 at the chinese salad bar and find a slice of something for dessert. No surprises, but no disappointments.

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