THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Meiji-En Restaurant Review:
Youll see mainly tourists here, for the panoramic view of the Delaware River and the Benjamin Franklin bridge, is this restaurants main decor. Plenty of locals show up too, for the lavish Jazz Brunch buffet on Sunday, or for the dependable Japanese cuisine. In the Teppanyaki Room, flashing knives will thrill the kids as the chefs prepare meals at the hibachis. Sushi and sashimi may be eaten casually at the sushi bar, but sitting at a table by the window is the best way. You can also order tempuras, or non-Japanese style dishes like seared veal chop or lump crabcakes. Take advantage too, of the antipasto and salad bars, and even try something from their large selection of sakes.