1399 Queen Anne Road (1 block off W Englewood Ave) Teaneck, NJ 07666
APPETIZERS / SALADS
Beet Napoleon Salad- Roasted beets, herbed goat cheese, baby arugala, pear, tomato, dijon balsamic vinaigrette
Poutine-Disco Fries- Home fries, gravy, mozzarella, served in a hot dish
Mozzarella Puffs- Battered mozzarella, marinara
Seabass Spring Rolls- chilean seabass, crab mix, with Asian garlic sauce
AI Funghi- Wild mushrooms, mozzarella, truffle oil, marinara
Preci- “Pepperoni”, red onion, fresh mozzarella, marinara
Eggplant Rollatini Pizza- Eggplant, ricotta, mozzarella, marinara
Fettuccine Alfredo- Wild mushrooms, toasted pistachios & roasted garlic
Homemade Gnocchi- hand rolled gnocchi with choice of creamy pesto, marinara or cream sauce
Pappardelle Con Funghi Selvatici- Wide pasta with mixed wild mushrooms, roasted garlic & white truffle oil
Puttanesca Rigatonni- Kalamata olives, capers, plum tomato,red chili pepper
Grilled Dill Salmon- Topped with zucchini, red pepper, courgette, roasted garlic, citrus,served with jasmine rice
Baja Chipotle Fish Tacos- 3 tortillas with filet of sole, cabbage, pico de gallo, cilantro cream sauce, chipotle mayo, cheddar, side of jasmine rice, homemade Spanish beans
Saint Peters Franscese- Pan seared, fresh oregano, garlic, white wine lemon sauce, whipped potato, spinach
Fish n' Chips- Battered tilapia filet, shoestring fries with a lemon zest tartar sauce
At Teaneck’s Mocha Bleu, guests choosing their dishes are assured that one chef is responsible, and therefore is an expert in the cuisine that comes from his kitchen. Specialties at this Patisserie, Bistro and Café, which opened in November 2009, range from breads, pasta, sushi, fish, and pizza from a cherry-wood burning oven. Owner Naftali Abenaim, an award-winning fashion designer, was inspired by the glossy, spare style of French Architect Philippe Starck, outfitting the eatery with Starck’s Louis Ghost chairs – transparent and comfortable armchairs. While the colors in the restaurant’s name was inspired the brown-bronze chrome tables adorned with cerulean-blue drinking-glasses.
You may come here to enjoy a light breakfast of baked goods and bread confections from the French Chef, who heads the in-house bakery. Or move to the lounge, set with sofas and a large-screen television, to enjoy your treats. A full breakfast is served in the main dining room. The lounge is also the waiting area for guests with reservations at the bistro. Mr. Abenaim is particularly proud that all pasta dishes are available in whole-wheat and gluten-free variations. The house specialty includes the Pan Seared Chilean Bass with wild rice and basmati, grilled pineapple in a white peach reduction.
Customers may complement dinner with BYOB (no corking fees) or order a virgin cocktail, a smoothie or milk shakes, which come in 20 flavors, from the house bar. The take-out counter has fun offerings like half-baked pizzas to go, and an assortment of delectable and colorful French pastries. For your most special events, Mocha Bleu turns into a spacious hall for 150, with separate reception and party rooms, a private bar area, a choice of buffet or sit-down dining, a business meeting setup and many other amenities. From a child’s pizza-making party, cocktail receptions or corporate events, Mocha Bleu’s staff is most gracious in service, and individual accommodations. For outside catering, Mocha Bleu will craft a tantalizing display of dishes for a gamut of occasions, including weddings, Brit Milahs, concerts, galas, fundraisers, fashion shows, engagement parties, and Sweet Sixteen’s.
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Check out reviews from the Great Kosher Restaurant Foodies Facebook group:
a delightful delicious and delightful culinary experience--the manager, Marc, was courteous, professional and quite charming. Food was excellent and presented elegantly> I would certainly encourage those who relish a fine dining experience to patronize Mocha Bleu