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to everyone who walked through his door in hopes of sharing a homecooked meal, a token of his love. And so, food came to represent family, friends and memories. Our passion is to relish in the delight of providing people with food they can feel good about, cooking traditions passed down from our ancestors to bring you natural, flavorful foods using seasonal and local ingredients.
Shrewsbury, NJ 07702
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Thursday: 11:30am - 8:00pm;
Friday - Saturday: 11:30am - 9:00pm;
Sunday: 11:30am - 4:00pm,
Monday -Friday Breakfast: 8:30am - 11am
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Live music every Saturday evening from 6-8:30PM
Seasonal catering menus available on our website. We offer pick up, delivery or full service.
Private Party Facilities:
Private Dining for parties of 40 and above.
Private Party Contact:
Meghan Magee: (732) 224-8887
BYO Liquor, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Entertainment, Farm to Table, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Takeout, Wheelchair Access
Special Events & Promotions:
Live music every Saturday evening from 6-8:30pm
d'jeet Ratings and Reviews
This was our second time at D'Jeet and it was on Valentine's Day. The place is very nice, but a little sparse on ambiance. Our waitress was friendly, accommodating and helpful with the menu, especially choosing desert. The menu is built on fresh, local if available, ingredients that are usually cooked with creativity and a touch of class, but the result is a very small menu so selections are limited. If you're looking for lots of choices, this is not the place for you.
We started with yellowfin tuna tartare served chopped over thin slices of avocado with free form, fried rice paper crackers. The tuna was yummy, the avocado perfectly ripe, the cracker quite tasty. That was a nice start.
My date had the Scottish salmon perfectly grilled with accompaniments. It was a solid representation of what the chef is capable of preparing. I had a roasted Colorado lamb shank that was disappointing. The natural flavor of the meat was very strong, gamey, and I love lamb so I know it wasn't just me. It was not well seasoned, needed salt and pepper, was very fatty and the sauce (gravy) was bland. The pureed butternut squash it was served over was not particularly tasty either. The dish was just not up to their usual standards and something I would never order again.
The desert recommended by our lovely young waitress was the bomb. A cocoa infused bread pudding served with homemade ice cream, a chocolate ganache and a few fresh berries. That disappeared and we were thinking about licking the plate, but manners prevailed.
D'Jeet is a nice place, but it is pricey, probably because it's in the Grove, a high-end shopping plaza in Shrewsbury. Most of the entrees are well over $30 and the appetizers are up there, too. The first time I felt the value was better than this time, but there was the disappointing lamb that offset things. Oh, it is BYOB so bring your own wine.
This was our first time at D'jeet...as we had heard from friends that it was very tasty. Another great farm to table restaurant. The table ordered everything from salads, sandwich's to entrees and everything was tasty, super fresh, locally sourced, and great presentation. Overall a very, very solid experience....and they are BYOB...so you can have your own pairings!
We had a pleasant experience at d'jeet. We were a large group (11) and the wait staff handled the group very well. Most people in our group were very satisfied with their meal (the chicken entree was a favorite). I had the duck breast and thought it was 'okay' (... therefore the 4 star rating). I would recommend the restaurant and look forward to trying it again.
The food here is excellent. The lighting during dinner is too bright. It makes it feel like a brunch place. I highly recommend turning off half the lights during dinner. It would feel more cozy and intimate.
Also, be sure to BYOB. We didn't know going into it.
Not enough of dinner options to order from. Prices are way to high for what you get. Portions are much smaller. I went last summer at least 3 times for lunch and 3 times for dinner. Lunch is good if you want a sandwich. But for dinner, it's not worth it at all! I brought 2 other couples with me and they couldn't believe the cost for what you got! They said they will never return, ugh!
Went here for an informal Mother's Day lunch. We were lucky to be able to sit outside since it was a beautiful day. Seating inside -- acoustics seem to be not so good as it was a bit loud. Also seemed to be a little bit more "hectic" than sitting outside. The service was great and very attentive. The food was absolutely delicious. We started off with the goat cheese fritters which were delightful, and then ordered the ricotta gnocchi and the pappardelle with lamb Ragu sauce. Both were absolutely delicious. We then shared the French bread breadpudding, a must have. Would certainly visit again.
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