Food was very good. Very relaxing atmosphere. Not rushed. Spent 3-1/2 hours over dinner with friends. BYOB. Good service.
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Chef Dan and Brian will always go out of their way to make sure you are always satisfied. The menu is unique and diverse and updated seasonally due to their concern of the freshness and quality of the food being served. The service is on...More
Well respected and popular, a pretty little spot. You will have a good meal, but I found nothing extraordinary. A solid bet if you are in town.
Went with family for lunch and the food was great! Unusual lunch choices for all of us. We had a4 year old and 8 year old and they also loved the food. I had a California grilled chicken sandwich which was AWESOME! Everyone else at...More
Has been here a long time-no small achievement in this area which empties in the winter. More important, the food is good, attractively served and the people are pleasant. They do a Sunday brunch which is a nice option, lunch on some days and dinners.
I've been to Fiddleheads for Sunday brunch (delish!) and for Wednesday's Burger Night (decent). The food is good but it's a little pricey. The restaurant features white linen tablecloths, lending some elegance to this small establishment. The staff is friendly and the atmosphere is cozy.
We have gone for dinner several Wednesdays and have always decided to order the hambergs and have never been sorry.
Fiddleheads Restaurant has seasonal specials that are a must try! You will not be disappointed. Wednesday is often a hamburger special that's a favorite of locals. The food is excellent no matter what you like. Gourmet food for a modest price. BYOL
In the far off land of Jamesburg, there is a wonderful gem of a restaurant called Fiddleheads. Seasonal foods (always plan to be there when their namesake is in season) served creatively and lovingly by the proprietors. Truly worth finding.