With its eclectic cuisine, such as italian, seafood, sushi bar and steaks, Bistro 1051 is expected to be the reason people flock to Clark, NJ. Amid a visual masterpiece, where the cuisine creates a culinary experience, guests at Clark's newest restaurant will have all five of their senses enlivened at Bistro 1051.
Owner, Michael Savvis and Family have been in the restaurant business for over 20 years. He has built his reputation from his prior venues; Bistro at Redbank, Brix 67 in Summit, Parkside Bistro in Mansaquan, and Brix 560 in Tinton Falls. Michael Savvis has been very successful in the opening of all his restaurants with obtaining 4 star reviews from The Star Ledger, the NY Times, NJ Monthly, Home News and Asbury Park Press. His staff is well trained and always professional.
Savvis was influenced in starting another restaurant, so he intently searched for the perfect location and a niche - a family style bistro with a full sushi bar and an Italian twist in Clark. After traveling around the State, Savvis realized that most restaurants catered to tourists, and not locals who lived in the respective communities. This led the ambitious entrepreneur to create a place where locals could savor different types of cuisine all under one roof. Locals and visitors alike are fond of the family-friendly and kid-friendly Italian/Seafood Grill & Sushi Bar. Because of its unique menu and exciting atmosphere, Bistro 1051 has become the place that locals take their out-of-town friends.
A myriad of creative salads and appetizers - such as calamari salad with miso citrus vinaigrette, pear endive with walnuts and aged Roquefort cheese, crab cakes, sweet glazed beef skewers, and an assortment of brick oven flat bread, tables accented by candlelight create a collage of eclectic fare. Dinner entrees follow and include such delicacies as sesame crusted salmon, miso glazed chilean seabass, pastas, chicken, veal and steaks. If you're in the mood for sushi, try the tuna tartar - chopped tuna with caviar, onions, scallions and spicy sauce or one of the specialty rolls, such as the 1051 roll which features shrimp tempura, spicy tuna, soybean paper and spicy mayonnaise or the Bistro roll which features shrimp tempura topped with seared salmon and spicy sauce. Fresh sushi and sashimi are also available a la carte or as entrees. The dessert list at Bistro 1051 offers tempting treats, including chocolate flourless torte with raspberry reduction and fresh vanilla ice cream, fudge brownie with vanilla bean ice cream profiteroles, black and white mouse and the signature dish, the "lava cake" a dark chocolate cake with molten chocolate center, served warm. Daily specials are also featured. Bistro 1051 has also become a favorite for Lunch. The menu includes an assortment of salads, wraps, and entrees, such as chicken, veal and seafood. You may want to try the grilled "Bistro Burger" with caramelized onions, smoked bacon and aged cheddar. Sushi is also available. Diners are invited to bring their own wine or spirits. Bistro 1051 even has all the necessary mixers to make your favorite cocktail, such as sangria.
If you're planning a birthday, corporate party, or that special occasion, Bistro 1051 can accommodate parties up to 130 guests. Bistro 1051 also provides off-premise catering. Whether you're having a casual or elaborate event, picnic, barbeque or corporate meeting, the Bistro 1051 staff will provide services such as grilling, serving, bartending, set-up and clean-up. Tables, chairs, utensils and grills are also available upon request. The staff at Bistro 1051 will do all the work so you and your guests can enjoy yourselves.
Bistro 1051 is located in the Clarkton Shopping Center along Raritan Road that formerly housed The Rice Bowl. It has been refurbished with a state of the art new kitchen and award winning decor to reflect a casual but trendy ambience. Adorned with dark reclaimed woodwork, exposed brick walls, black granite bar, antique light fixtures and asian black porcelain floors, patrons have the choice of dining in one of two rooms - under the antique tin ceiling with recessed lighting or under the sun or the stars in the glass atrium room. There is also seating at the sushi bar which is backed by mosaic glass tile. Bistro 1051 also features Alfresco dining - coming this Spring. There is plenty of parking day or night and the building is handicapped accessible. Pressed for time? No worries - Bistro 1051 also offers a delivery service. Reservations are suggested on weekends as it tends to get crowded, as patrons dine on delicious cuisine.