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Re: One of N.J.'s trendiest Asian restaurants has closed its doors
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If this new place is looking to draw it's clientele from NYC, then they should stay in NYC. Who needs them here?


Shouldn't a city that's going through a financial crisis and is increasingly forced to raise taxes be accepting of anybody that wants to come here and spend money and contribute to the local economy? If you want to live in some insular community, there are plenty of shit suburbs in NJ where you'll never have to worry about anyone coming to visit.


Agreed with you. I can't understand this insular mentality of eschewing visitors (who want to come here to spend some of their money) out of some misplaced sense of entitlement or fear that visitors will somehow "destroy" the fabric of our city.

I would rather see JCPD clamp down on the drunks who come here to imbibe and then drive all over town like maniacs at closing time, or the out-of-town commuters that speed on local streets as they try to make in/out of JC.


Would be great if the bars and restaurants on Newark Ave could be persuaded to validate parking at any of the decks on Columbus, so that out-of-town patrons don't come hollering down residential streets at 2am. Because for some reason they always seem to be yelling.

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I was hoping the restaurant would get better and he would succeed, but the dishes were just weird.

For example, the standard Kare-Kare (Oxtail in peanut sauce with eggplant and string beans), was made of chunks of oxtail in egg noodles with the sauce and shrimp fry condiment blended in. It didn't work at all. If you can't nail this dish, in any format, modern or traditional, it's a problem

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The management, like the food, was salty AF.

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Well-deserved - service sucked and the food was worse.


SO TRUE - the last time I visited was about two years ago and swore that never again. It was one too many "second chances". A group of eight and half of our food order took over an hour to show up. Half the table had already finished their meals while some of us kept waiting for ours. And, the management was just inept at dealing with the issue.

Previous to that visit, at least two or three times visited with friends during happy hour and it was always the same "mistake" where the bill would reflect the regular prices instead of the discounted happy hour prices. The first time it was easy to believe the "innocent mistake" explanation, but after two or three such occurrences, you just realize that the whole thing is SOP. Oh well, we simply stopped going. The clientele was also the usual obnoxious "after work" crowd that is out to get drunk before heading out to the suburbs.

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If this new place is looking to draw it's clientele from NYC, then they should stay in NYC. Who needs them here?


Shouldn't a city that's going through a financial crisis and is increasingly forced to raise taxes be accepting of anybody that wants to come here and spend money and contribute to the local economy? If you want to live in some insular community, there are plenty of shit suburbs in NJ where you'll never have to worry about anyone coming to visit.


Agreed with you. I can't understand this insular mentality of eschewing visitors (who want to come here to spend some of their money) out of some misplaced sense of entitlement or fear that visitors will somehow "destroy" the fabric of our city.

I would rather see JCPD clamp down on the drunks who come here to imbibe and then drive all over town like maniacs at closing time, or the out-of-town commuters that speed on local streets as they try to make in/out of JC.

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If this new place is looking to draw it's clientele from NYC, then they should stay in NYC. Who needs them here?


Shouldn't a city that's going through a financial crisis and is increasingly forced to raise taxes be accepting of anybody that wants to come here and spend money and contribute to the local economy? If you want to live in some insular community, there are plenty of shit suburbs in NJ where you'll never have to worry about anyone coming to visit.

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Well-deserved - service sucked and the food was worse.

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If this new place is looking to draw it's clientele from NYC, then they should stay in NYC. Who needs them here?

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This city is saturated with so many restaurants now that you really have to either be uniquely superior in your offering or have a business model with really low overhead costs in order to stick around.

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Went there numerous times over the past couple of years and thought that maybe the taste wasn't for me, but there always was a good number of diners there. Drinks were not bad.

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One of N.J.'s trendiest Asian restaurants has closed its doors

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By Jeremy Schneider | NJ Advance Media For NJ.com

One of the trendiest restaurants along the Hudson River has closed its doors.

Talde in Jersey City, an Asian fusion restaurant owned by celebrity chef and Fort Lee native David Talde, announced on its Instagram account Tuesday that it was time to shut down.

https://www.nj.com/food/2019/08/one-of ... has-closed-its-doors.html

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