It's a short drive from the museum we visited in Princeton to this quaint town with rustic inn. We loved the dark wood and colonial decor - especially the original deed from 1775, showing this to be the oldest restaurant in NJ! Quite spacious, excellent service and our lunch entrees were delicious. We both selected the Rainbow Trout served in sauce beurre blanc, with steamed vegatables and roasted potatoes. The sauce was so good we just had to dip our warm rolls in it! No room for dessert, but we plan to return to Princeton for more sightseeing, so we'll be sure to dine here again as well!
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