If you didn't know it, looking down the main street of Haddonfield, NJ, you would think you're in the Hamptons in Long Island, NY with its restaurants and cafes lining the streets. The drive through town has so much history with all of the old Victorian houses with candles lighting up the windows. The first dinosaur in the northeast was found there - just a little history for you.
One of the attractions is a place called The Little Tuna. I've been there several times - I will tell you some of the things you should try.
For appetizer, bacon-wrapped sea scallops, BBQ bacon-wrapped jumbo shrimp, bleu steak and bacon bites. A must-try too is either the lobster bisque or Maryland-style crab soup.
Now for the main course some of the things I enjoyed over the years are the pistachio and basil-crusted salmon, broiled stuffed shrimp with crabmeat (not a small portion!), baked seafood sampler (salmon, shrimp, scallops, crabcake) flounder stuffed with crabmeat (and really stuffed), lobster ravioli, and NY strip steak with sea scallops. For drinks its BYOB.
I look forward to going back very soon!
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The Little Tuna is one of those places where we walked in without knowing what to expect. The first time we showed up, we didn't realize the restaurant closed between lunch and dinner. They close around 2:30 pm and then reopen at 5:30 or thereabouts. We decided to hang around and wait for dinner time. We had a light lunch somewhere else, then we went back to the restaurant at about 8 pm.
And am I glad we decided to wait! The restaurant was everything you could hope for in a fine dining place at lower-than-usual prices. I find that the caesar salad is always an excellent choice to start with. The pistachio and basil crusted salmon combined such two unique flavors that made me savor every bite. And you must have the roasted garlic mashed potatoes to go with it.
We've been coming back here ever since. And even though this is about 2 hours from where we live, the drive is always worth it!