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With world class casinos and exquisite dining options, Atlantic City is a must-stop destination for any New Jersey visitor. Read further for the 10 best restaurants.


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But fine dining? Dinner might be a braised half of Muscovy duck breast, or a perfect rack of lamb noisette. Mussels are doused with a modern, Thai-influenced sauce of lemongrass, ginger and leeks. The menu is small but complete. Entrees include a beautiful sliced veal loin with wild mushroom risotto; a pork loin served with fried apples, black beans and heavenly mashed roasted sweet potatoes; double cut lamb chops coated with pine nuts and stuffed with sundried tomatoes, spinach and buffalo mozzarella; or the New York Strip served with Cajun Vidalia onions and beautiful purple Peruvian potatoes. Some birds taste good, and some have good taste. The Asian-themed entrees are wonderfully creative, and more inviting than the domestic steakhouse fare. The lobster popcorn starter is a must, although the Brighton seafood bake which offers a taste of the lobster, along with other goodies is also excellent. Easily one of the most exciting new restaurants in Atlantic City.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Farley Marina, with its pelicans, fishing boats and millionaire yachts. Entrees change seasonally, but the assortment is usually varied enough for everyone. The food is excellent, if a little on the eclectic side. A classic redone. Replacing China Moon at the Sands is the hip and trendy new Bokoo Grille, a restaurant inspired as much by New Orleans as Bangkok, with drunken Mardi Gras swirls of purple, gold and green, glass beads hanging from the ceiling and a vaguely alien sense of unworldliness. And where else can you get a salad of iceberg lettuce served with baked tofu and peanut satay dressing? And just wait till you see the funky desserts. Apart from the slightly comedic design, the Safari Steakhouse has an extremely accomplished menu, with a separate listing of dry-aged beef in addition to the steaks, chops, duck and veal. A stunning gourmet addition to Caesars, and one of the hottest new restaurants in Atlantic City. All this plus a well-chosen selection of regional Italian wines makes Avanti one of the more intriguing Italian restaurants in the city, earning top marks for its focus on authenticity. By the way, there is no salt water in salt water taffy. But there are several intriguing dishes that adventurous diners should consider; certainly, the shredded jellyfish appetizer and abalone with black mushrooms fall into this category. Steaks take top place on the menu, whether the oz. The tables are strewn with tiny gold stars, and service is from white-gloved pashas who cater to every guest. For the panoramic view alone, this restaurant would be special-but the food here stands out, as evidenced particularly in the seafood and pasta preparations. This is a small, classically designed room, very much in the style of a New York Upper East Side restaurant, with a plush library of a cocktail lounge where guests can relax with a martini or two before dinner. Plenty of shellfish, too. Entrees range from broiled Chilean sea bass with port wine reduction, mashed potatoes and baby spinach to roasted free range chicken with ginger gremolata and double blanched garlic. The more adventurous need hunt only as far as the marinated fried squab with shrimp chips, delicate shark fin soup, whole sea bass steamed with ginger and scallions, abalone with Chinese black mushrooms and sea cucumber, or the luscious lobster vermicelli. An extension serves as a sushi bar. In Atlantic City, restaurants strived for mediocrity. Legend has it that the name came about after a particularly vicious storm flooded a Boardwalk candy shop with ocean water. A good wine list, too. Thai chicken salad wraps are spiked with vinegar and red onions, spicy Singapore rice noodles are infused with yellow curry and topped with shrimp, pork and bean sprouts, and fettuccini jambalaya offers the Cajun collection of shrimp, chicken, peppers and spicy Andouille sausage. Diners can expect French and Continental fare here, perhaps terrine of pheasant and foie gras or stuffed quail over apple coulis. Look for some major renovations later this year. The quail brushed with cider and grilled shrimp with beer risotto are winning appetizers, as are the fall-off-the-bone smoked spareribs with four tiny steamed clams, and the plump baby lamb chop glazed with pomegranate and soy. Oversized hurricane lamps cast a pale glow from wrought iron chandeliers, leggy floral arrangements provide height, and the walls are hung with Parisian murals and framed Toulouse-Lautrec posters. Tops among entrees is the savory Thai seafood wrap in foil, slow cooked in coconut milk and red curry, and sliced open tableside. Or even a pork chop reuben? That said, the traditional menu, featuring a good assortment of veal, chicken and beef dishes, never fails to satisfy-but what makes Portofino special is its wonderful view and lush atmosphere. Scheherazade is an exquisite restaurant that glows soft pink and amber. Farley Marina and Atlantic City skyline, made all the more romantic by soft lighting and dark wood trim. Tired old restaurants are being tossed, and new chefs are being sought out to develop creative new menus to help develop a sense of culinary identity at each property. The food here is innovative and beautifully served. An almond-crusted grouper entree with key lime reduction and fragrant Basmati rice is a taste of the Caribbean, and the parmesan-crusted shrimp are served with white truffle risotto and plum tomatoes soaked in fruity olive oil. Oh, sure, if you happened to like salt water taffy, it was great. Replacing the banal A. Veal lovers will go crazy for the grilled veal chop with shiitake mushroom Madeira sauce, risotto triangles and broccoli rabe. The seat deli features much the same menu-traditional chicken soup with matzo balls, potato latkes, fried kreplach, stacked sandwiches and a special chicken in the pot. The wine list is well chosen, too. Consistently excellent service, too. Think of it as dinner theater with a twist. A new sushi bar features a good assortment of standard sushi fare, with a good variety of California-style maki rolls and perfectly fresh fish. The comfortable room also features a good selection of pasta check out the penne with pancetta, fennel and puree of fresh fava beans, or the more traditional orecchiette with garlic, olive oil and broccoli rabe , with main courses ranging from a simple assortment of cannelloni or veal scaloppini with prosciutto and mozzarella to grilled whole sea bass or rabbit braised in red wine, sage and rosemary. Steak Tai Cu is sliced into a fan and drizzled with a hoisin reduction, served on a mound of gingered mashed potatoes and garnished with fragrant curried chicken sausage. This perennial favorite at the Atlantic City Hilton seems to have weathered more storms than the Jersey Shore, with all those new owners and management changes, yet still comes out on top with diners who love its combination of casual elegance with great steaks and seafood. The menu offers a wide selection of straightforward interpretations of Cantonese cuisine, with all the classic beef, chicken, duck and fried rice dishes. Specialties include a grilled filet mignon served on polenta with a wine and shallot reduction, as well as the traditional osso bucco, served on saffron risotto, and the wonderful veal chop, served Milanese style or simply grilled. The ounce bone-in rib eye will reduce meat lovers to tears. Ditto for pizza and hot dogs, eaten while strolling the Boardwalk. This large, almost cavernous room is made attractive with the use of Venetian frescoes, arches and subtle flower arrangements. A surprisingly diverse menu includes a smoked brisket and barbecued short rib with smashed sweet potatoes and black-eyed pea salad, pan-seared red snapper wrapped in pancetta, breast of chicken with roasted shallots and whiskey sauce, and the usual assortment of steaks and chops. Even the feather-light crab cakes get the Asian treatment, bound with a shu mai-like shrimp mousse and served with black pearl rice and spring onions. All the usual Chinese dishes are here: the spring rolls, the spare ribs, the chow mein, the Peking duck. Redesigns, renovations, new menus, new ideas and, above all, a new focus on quality and service. Nine food stations over feet long offer fresh pasta, seafood, Asian wok dishes, specialty salads and plenty of desserts. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}If Vegas was known for shrimp cocktails and bargain buffets in the old days, Atlantic City fared even worse. The menu is just daring enough to be interesting. Quite simply, over the past few years, Atlantic City has undergone a drastic change in its food and beverage departments. Simply outstanding in every way. Very progressive, and very creative. This is, of course, a variation on the French method of cooking en papillote, in parchment, which seals in all the juices and flavor with a minimum of fat. Of course, the traditional Bacchanal elements are still in place-the wine goddesses who pour libations from an impossible height, co-ed massages following the entree in Vegas, they used to be guys-only , the fanfare entrance from Caesar and Cleopatra, and four to six courses of surprisingly good food, from the olive, cheese and vegetable crudite that starts you off to the flaming bananas that mark the conclusion of the feast. Beyond that is the full Atlantic City skyline, glittering at night. Crowded, noisy, and a basket of half-sours on every table-in short, everything a deli should be. Food quality and presentation is superb, with no details overlooked. This superb gourmet restaurant, arguably the best in Atlantic City, features perpetually changing degustation and a la carte menus, depending on the season and availability of ingredients. Also a fantastic house salad, with pancetta and marinated onions that ought to be bottled and sold in the gift shop. There are no star chefs yet, but some of the casinos are catching onto the idea of leasing space to restaurant developers. For all the subtle comedy, Safari is a surprisingly sophisticated steakhouse. And since the seafood restaurant is being removed, word is that the new menu will pick up some of the finned favorites. Start with roasted red bell peppers stuffed with buffalo mozzarella and prosciutto, or the fantastic roll of grilled asparagus wrapped in thinly sliced sirloin and served on a bed of field greens with a Balsamic vinaigrette. The decor is upscale but attractive Cantonese, with red lacquered filigree woodwork and gold dragons, dominated by chandeliers of softly glowing Chinese lanterns. Located in the magnificent new Temple Lobby, the trendy, sophisticated Temple Bar and Grill is a sweeping, stories-high restaurant, with Corinthian columns that seem to climb for miles, and a ceiling fresco that borders on the erotic. Start with escargot and leek strudel served with wild mushrooms in a cabernet sauce, roasted quail stuffed with sweet potato risotto and served on buttery foie gras, or the pan-fried lobster ravioli with sweet corn marmalade. A great experience in a consistently excellent restaurant. Meat lovers will swoon over the perfect Veal Milanese, topped with a salad of wilted arugula. Casual yet elegant, with a good wine list. This is a large and elegant room, one of the finest Italian restaurants in the city, with prices to match. The Peregrine Falcons for which this restaurant is named obviously fall into the latter category. With its crushed red velvet draperies, flickering candles and marble columns, Le Palais would be just as home a few blocks from the Champs Elysses. Other winners include a grilled flounder with ground pork in ginger and sesame oil, and the Vietnamese skewered veal loin, served like a shish kabob with Asian spices. Post-casino Atlantic City had a few gems, but nowhere near the number it should have, considering how many millions of people flock to the seaside resort. Pure bliss from start to finish. Look for it to open in a couple of months, where the William Fisk seafood restaurant used to be. And those are just appetizers. The room is dominated by a giant, drooping banyon tree decked in sparkling white lights, and decorated with zebra-striped and leopard-spotted fabrics that provide plenty of African whimsy. Not really-and certainly not before the casino era, except for a few seafood houses that came to life only during the summer months.