I can’t imagine a life without Chinese food. Madisons ave is one of the most popular restaurants in New Jersey, and we have a lot of friends and family who love to eat there.
But with the whole American diner thing going so well in my hometown, the question has come up whether or not we should go there in the future. The answer is “probably not.” The restaurant has a reputation for a lot of food that’s just fine to eat for the home cook. But for the food enthusiast, it’s hard to recommend Madisons ave. The food is mediocre, not great, and the service is terrible.
Madisons ave is a restaurant that is well known throughout the greater New Jersey area. It’s the place to go for the most authentic Chinese food in New Jersey. The food is generally very authentic, but like any Chinese restaurant, the portions are fairly small.
I think Madisons is a great place to go for the authentic Chinese food. However, I think its difficult to recommend a restaurant that is “well known throughout the greater New Jersey area.” Madisons is a small restaurant in Paterson’s city center, which makes it a bit hard to recommend.
The food here is reasonably authentic. I personally did not have a map to find out the exact location of the restaurant. I was able to do so in a map and put in the approximate local food prices for the food.
The restaurant is a small place and seems to have few customers. I can’t tell you how many times I have read or heard that you either need to go or you don’t. It seems like a lot of people go to restaurants because they are looking for “authentic” or “authentic” food. That is certainly not the case here.
The restaurant looks small, and it has been on the list for a few years but I had no idea of how well it was going to do. It is not only small, it seems to be mostly empty. I was also surprised that its location (the city) wasn’t on a list, but it is. Its location is quite convenient to the train station, which is the closest, quickest, and most convenient way to get to any of the city’s major transportation hubs.
The restaurant is located in a downtown building that has a nice, open, and airy dining room for the first level. It is an open space with a small patio. Once inside, it is quite nice. The decor is sleek and bright, with dark wood, and the chairs are comfortable. The menu, though, is rather limited to basic steamed seafood dishes, along with some salads and some fresh, good, grilled fish.
It’s not the most spectacular of places, but it’s a nice place to hang out for a bit. The food is good though I’d recommend trying the crispy seafood dishes.
The restaurant is definitely worth the visit.