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Restaurant Review: Sunday Brunch: Perona Farms, Andover, NJ

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350 Andover Sparta Road,
Andover, NJ 07821

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Sunday Bruncheon
Prepared Sunday
Seatings from 10:30 am to 1:30 pm

Fresh Seafood Bar with Clams, Oysters and Shrimp
Ten Hot Chafing Dishes featuring Breakfast and Luncheon Items
Made to Order Belgian Waffles
Donuts made as you watch
Fresh Squeezed Juices
Fresh Pizza and Pasta Stations
Chef’s Fresh Crepe Station
Chef’s Carving Stations
Variety of Chilled Platters and Salads
Homemade Soups
Ice Cream Sundae Station
Ice Sculpture surrounded by Fresh Fruit and Yogurts
Danish, Muffins, and Breakfast Breads
Chocolate Fondue and other Assorted Desserts

$24.95 per person
$8.95 children under 12

Reservations Available for Parties of Eight or More
Private Rooms Available for Special Events

Make A Reservation Today

973-729-6161

– Peronafarms.com

This place is simply wonderful! The view the atmosphere. The food!!

I took my parents there to celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary!!

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Elegant dining hall and waiters in tuxedos.

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A nice posh setup of different dining stations:

seafood: consisting of a raw bar of oysters and clams on the half-shell, pre-peeled shrimp with the condiments: cocktail sauce, horseradish , lemon etc..

Carving station: with pork tenderloin and fish.

Pasta station: penne with vodka, marinara and bolognese sauce.

Waffle, crepe and fresh made donut stations.

Salad station: assorted salads as well as elegant hors d’oeuvres

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Pictured: Seafood salad with whole giant shrimp, steak, herb crusted Tilapia, sesame crushed Ahi Tuna (Medium Rare) with seaweed on a slice of cucumber, A mushroom and Sausage Omelet, and a slice of Almond crusted Brie topped with apricot preserves. Everything was amazing except the omelet, it lacked sausage, but with such a giant selection it was a poor choice on my part.

This is actually my second plate, the first consisted of nothing, but peeled shrimp.

Soup station with 3 choices

Chaffing dishes in the center with multiple choices, chicken, steak, fish, omelets, cherry crepes etc..

Chocolate fondue station: white, milk and dark chocolate with fruits, rice crispy treats and brownies to dip

Dessert station: filled with different cakes, bread pudding and real creme brûlée

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I cut up and lifted the caramelized sugar top to show you that it is indeed real creme brûlée and not just pudding.

I also cut the amazing bread pudding to show you the inside so you can see that it is soaked in I believe a bourbon sauce or some other liquor. Amazing!! Plus I had to try them both! To make sure they were simply amazing!! They passed the test with flying colors!!

They even had an ice sculpture!

They serve standard beverages including juices, soda, chocolate milk, coffee and I believe expresso. Believe it or not no one ever came around to fill my water glass… Champagne, mimosa and other beverages available at $6.00 each.

This place rocks! At $25 a head that makes this place a goldmine! I will be frequenting this place for Many years to come!!

P.s. Do not call them and ask if there is a dress code!! They will tell you oh it’s casual even shorts are ok!

P.P.S. When you go there it’s a different story!
Most men are in suits or shirt and tie, some are in polos and jeans, no tee shirts! And the shorts are golf shorts with a polo.

The women are a different story: some were casual with spaghetti strap tank tops and jeans or pants, some wore dresses, some wore business like clothing it was a mix.

Men Dress up!!

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