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About The Little Tuna
The little tuna is located in historic down towne haddonfield new jersey. We offer a wide range of classic & inovative seafood and steak. Please feel free to bring your own spirits (BYOB). Catering is availble on one of our two floors partys up to 60 guests per floor can be accomodated. We will meet any special request you may have.
Haddonfield, NJ 08033
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Sunday: 11:00am - 4:00pm Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 9:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm, Sunday: Close at 8:00
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We offer a wide range of off premise catering. Please contact us directly for details, thank you
Look for the little green signs to direct you.
High Speed Line and NJ Transit
Darren P Watson
Private Party Facilities:
Our private party room can seat up to 60 guests & even very small parties. Please call the restaurant for more information.
Private Party Contact:
Marcus: (856) 795-0888
Banquet, BYO Liquor, BYO Wine, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access
The Little Tuna Ratings and Reviews
We went for the Early Bird 3-course special, and it was a delight. The lobster bisque was marvelous, the rolls freshly baked, the salad crisp ... and that was before the main course, which also excelled. Soy-flavored salmon was perfectly cooked.
It’s a BYO restaurant, and we lingered over our wine for some much-enjoyed conversation. Our waitress Kelly was pleasant, attentive, and not pushy.
The only factor that might have proved difficult was noise; when we first arrived, with more tables occupied, it was a bit noisy. It’s a small restaurant and could benefit from some sound-baffling. On a cold winter evening, however, as tables emptied, that was not a problem.
On the whole, I would highly recommend the restaurant for excellent food, reasonable prices, and a very gracious staff. We look forward to returning.
Waited 1/2 hour for table,even though we had a reservation. Things moving very slow, seemed to be understaffed for New Year’s Eve . Had to ask for more water and no refill on bread, The waitress asked us if we wanted the check , but I wanted dessert so I had to ask her about that. I also wanted some tea but she left to place the dessert order so I forgo the tea because it would have taken even longer.Dinner itself okay ,good value for price .
This place used to be good. Highlights were the nice hostess and warm bread. However, being seated in front of the door on frigid New Years Eve while incoming patrons held the door open was not fun. Also, the food was nothing really special. I could have eaten a better meal for 2/3 the price at a better chain seafood restaurant.
Staff was very friendly and accommodating. They were welcoming and patient. The server gave our group of 5 older ladies all the time we wanted to decide on what to order. The food was very tasty and arrived in a timely manner.
We never felt rushed. After our luncheon the server was kind enough to act as photographer for group pictures. We will definitely make Little Tuna a favorite restaurant for future visits.
Dinner was excellent. We all ordered from the “3 courses for $19.99” and it did not disappoint. Soup (lobster bisque) was delicious. Caesar salad was a nice size portion. My entree was flatiron steak with garlic mashed and green beans. Steak was tender and cooked to perfection. No one left hungry.
We ‘ve lived in town for 30 years jand hadn’t been in for awhile. It was our 29th Anniversary. My husband had the strip steak and was disappointed with the generic seasoning and I had the seafood sampler bake and everything tasted like Old Bay. I couldn’t even really salvage anything for leftovers when I took it home. Maybe others have had better experiences. I just wouldn’t go back.
Was disappointed this last time in. We were party do 4. Reservation was made well in advance and to spit this we got seated 20 mins later than planned - while people arriving behind us were seated. The hostess was not kind, nor rude - just blah and unapologetic. Upon being seated our waitress apologized that we could have no beverages bc they were out of glasswear but as soon as possible she would try to nab us group wine glass and 4 water glasses. 10 mins later we had water and wine. Food was good. I got the pistachio salmon. Was a bit more dry than usual. To me they over booked the restaurant and for this quality was a major slip in service and to a degree food as I know it to usually be much better. Will give another try but wasn’t blown away. Glad the company was excellent and hence still fun.
Little Tuna seldom disappoints but my wife's Stuffed Shrimp had much too much salt on it.
No, we didn't bring this to the attention of the staff.
My meal (blackened Grouper) was great, and my wife hates to have me wait while a new meal is prepared for her---so she stuck with it.
Lobster Bisque, as always, was wonderful.
Lunch a few weeks ago was much better than dinner this last visit. We ordered from the regular menu not the early specials. Lobster bisque soup was good May be needed a touch of sherry to pizzaz it. The entree choices were fair. The salmon sweet potato chutney was ok but for $27.99 the portion was very small. Sweet potato mash is always good. Coffee was terrible and this was a fresh pot. Seems that many restaurants today just can not serve a drinkable cup of coffee. For dinner I would hesitate. Lunch though was worthwhile.
Not our first time so obviously we love it. We went with friends for the early dinner. 3 courses under $20 and a byob, you can't beat it! And it's just as good as their regular menu just not as many options. We lingered afterwards talking and they didnt bother us to leave even when they were closing. Service was good, food was excellent, overall wonderful experience.
Food was good - there just wasn't anything creative or memorable about the meal itself. Our waitress was a lot of fun and carried the evening well. Vegetable selection was the usual and unexciting squash and zucchini. I asked for spinach and what they served was definitely from a frozen box - and no sauce to accompany. Salmon good (but Carrabbas makes it better), but did not match the tasty/spicy description of the menu or from the waitress. Potstickers for appetizers were the hit of the day. That should tell you something. Desserts (apple cobbler) were generic. Now, I know it was Thursday evening, but you either perform to expectations for 7 days or you close!
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