With much anticipation owner Yussi Weisz opened the doors to Snaps, located in Lakewood, NJ, in November 2016. He has been in the restaurant business for over 15 years. Yossi woke up one day with an idea that "snapped into his head". He decided to turn his Kosher Deli that offered a larger menu into Snaps, gourmet fast food. Changing the fast food concept of large menus and processed food by focusing on the best of both worlds, offering the fast food concept with a focused menu. Snaps combines fast food with pure culinary genius. Whether you’re in the mood for a burger, salad or soup, Snaps has something for everyone. The kid’s specials will put a smile on your child's face without a dent in your wallet. To create top of the line signature dishes, Yussi hired professional chefs from around the world including sushi chef Mark Leu T. If you are looking for something different try the Snaps Garden Roll (Broccoli, Snap Peas, Garlic, and Oriental Spinach).
All Snaps sauces are homemade and created in-house with the finest, freshest ingredients.
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If you are in the mood for soup, fans suggest the Italian Chicken Soup (white beans, Italian sausage & orzo). Top off one of their delicious homemade burgers or chicken sandwiches with a fried egg or hot pastrami. Their meat is 100% Grade A and even ground on premises. Snaps offers dine-in and takeout. For those on the healthier side, go with the Sugar Snaps Salad (iceberg lettuce, sugar snap peas, toasted sesame, topped with Asian style vinaigrette). All of the Snaps' salads are under 425 calories. Snaps offers the calorie count next to each item on their menu. Don't forget to come back every week to try the flavor of the week pareve ice cream. Snaps creates their own flavors such as strawberry shortcake and coffee espresso. Snaps' motto is to never serve less than the best, happy customers will become loyal fans and followers. They pride themselves on “snappy” friendly service. Next time you are in Lakewood make sure to snap on by!
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For those of us who don't live in NJ, can you write your recipes out (cookbook?). You speak too fast to write everything down. PLEASE.