One of the best and cheapest Chinese meals in the city. They deliver! This is just one of the many places I can tell you about. We have Japanese,Thai, Vietnamese, 5 different kinds of Spanish, MiddleEastern, Italian, Indian, seafood amd more!
Favorite Dish: Every dish that we have tried on the menu has been great! Most are under $7 for a full meal.
Best places to eat in the area:
White House Sub Shop,
Tony's Baltimore Grill,
Bay Club on Amherst Ave in Margate,
Maloney's has a good inexpensive dinner,
Smitty's Clam bar in Somer's Point,
The Irish Pub in Atlantic City is the best pub in the world.
We just enjoyed standard American chain restaurants (and a couple casino buffets) while we were there. None of the food we ate was particularly impressive, but then again it didn't break the bank either.
The quantity of restaurants is abundant. I will name a few that I frequent, but naturally it's truly up to you and your liking.
I love alot of food at a reasonable price.
Favorite Dish: These restaurants have any kind of food you could ever want. 'Well Almost'. But their varieties are great.
White House Sub Shop has been in business since 1946. The best sub sandwiches I've ever had. Try the Italian Sausage sub and the Italian Cold Cuts - both are outstanding. The restaurant is really small and gets incredibly crowded. There are photos all over the walls of famous people who have been here, including Frank Sinatra and The Beatles. I was told that there are usually long lines to get in, but be patient - it's worth the wait!
Favorite Dish: Subs!
I really like the Temple Bar at Caesar's. It is a chill spot, dimly lit, many unique drinks to choose from, including wine, scotch, martini's, etc., a nice place to pre party or just get into the flow.
The cafe was the first of its kind in Atlantic City to offer a music venue featuring local and national recording acts. The amazing 60-seat patio area offers a splendid view of the AC Boardwalk.
Favorite Dish: HOMEMADE HRC NACHOS; Fresh corn tortilla chips piled high with Jack and cheddar cheese, homemade seasoned pinto beans and served with sour cream and jalapenos. Also with homemade guacamole.
Not my favorite, in fact they were horrible! The Sultan's Feast and the Bombay Cafe, both in the Taj.
Favorite Dish: The Sultan's Feast was a glorified Bonanza. The only thing that was good was the mashed potatoes. I think they keep people from eating too much by lowering the temperature in the place to about 55 degrees F. Considering the many seniors there, I thought it was rude. At the Bombay Cafe we waited 90 minutes for our food. We ordered a grilled cheese off of the children's menu for the four year old. They had garnished the grilled cheese with hot peppers which soaked into the sandwich and made her cry. WHAT WERE THEY THINKING??
This tiny carry-out redeemed Atlantic city for us. The family-owners really seemed to enjoy people, and had a good time putting out excellent food. Their potato salad is the best I've ever had! They served the crab with Old Bay and drawn butter.
Favorite Dish: Crab, potato salad
I can recommend you to eat at one of the casinos, their buffes are great. You can eat until you explode =)
Or if your tired of this kind of food you can always take a walk along the boardwalk to Hard Rock Cafe and eat there.
The best restaurant is actually in Absecon, about 15 minutes outside of A.C., right off the parkway. It is the Ram's Head Inn. For great food and ambience- a special occasion restaurant. You need reservations and a jacket for men is required.
Expect to spend about $100 for two. But it beats most casino restaurants no hands down.
The atmosphere is elegant and refined.
They had Pretzels, Popcorn, Wings, fries and Ice Cream
Favorite Dish: Well i can't remember how it's called it looked like spaghetti but it was made of dough....
Picture taken August 24, 1997