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Food For Thought

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129 Rte 73 S Marlton NJ 08053
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(856) 797-1126
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Editorial reviews from the web (1)

Inventive cuisine, top-quality ingredients and elegance make this BYO one of the best special-occasion restaurants east of the Ben Franklin.

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Health-conscious cooking may not be such an unusual concept in the city, but Food For Thought's emphasis on fresh and organic ingredients makes it a unique oasis on the South... Pros + cozy

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FYI - CLOSED

Average Rating
20

Food For Thought restaurant, which was a thriving fine dining establishment in Marlton, NJ, closed a few days before Thanksgiving Day 2008.

Excellent

Average Rating
100

The minute I walked through the door, I felt right at home. The staff was polite and welcoming, the decor was warm and beautiful, and the music was soft and relaxing. We were promptly seated at a corner table, more of a booth, but to call it merely a booth would serve it no justice. Comfortable, with ample room, colorful pillows, and a great view of the restaurant. I started out with a delicious seasonal pumpkin soup, thick and hearty. Then I moved on to the horseradish crusted shrimp, while my wife enjoyed the fresh and dried fruit salad with candied walnuts and fresh field greens. ...

Elegant place, good service and best of all BYOB

Average Rating
100

I have frequented Food for Thought for years, in groups, as a couple and with friends and never had a bad experience - the food is delicious, the service excellent and the ambience is to be recommended. I drive 36 miles to dine in Marlton and it's worth every mile. This is a place where you can not only dine in style, you can actually have a conversation with your dining partners without interrupting background noise or noisy patrons. I highly recommend it and hope it stays that way.

Food for Thought

Average Rating
100

A most excellent restaurant . . . lovely decor, attentive service and beautifully prepared food. My only complaint is that they don't enforce a dress code that would require the patrons to attire in a manner that is appropriate for such an up-scale place.

Pros

+ Cuisine, ambiance, service, parking

Cons

- Lack of dress-code

EXCELLENT, EXCELLENT, EXCELLENT!!!!

Average Rating
100

My husband & I just love this restaurant! We go here once a month, sometimes more often. The restaurant has been under new ownership for a few years and what a blessing that has been. They are wonderful, caring people who truly care for their customers. The menu is wonderful and varied- something for everyone's palate and diet. There's even a vegetarian menu. Some of our favorites are the crabcakes, the talapia, the grilled flatbread and the fried calamari. There's specials that change weekly. The pastry chef does wonders with the deserts. The ""sugar free"" cheesecake and the banana bread...

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Saturday Snacks

High tea, with accompanying tiny sandwiches, fabulous pastries and scones, is served on Saturday afternoons from 11:30 to 2:30, $18 per person. Reservations are a must.

Down-home Sweets

Dessert options here are wonderfully old-fashioned fruit pies and bread pudding abound. Chef Alan Lichtenstein, who has done time at the Rose Tattoo and the Commissary, calls them "comfort desserts."

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