elements has a constantly changing menu in the dining room. If you'd like even more new adventures in dining, try the Chef's Table, our nine-course menu, served in the kitchen, and available for one to ten diners.
Using his palette of that day's freshest, most appealing elements, he will send out to your table a series of tasting courses so you can sample many tastes, textures, and foods. Usually, he serves several appetizer courses, then using principles of contrast and harmony, several courses of fish, vegetables and meat, and finally maybe a savory and then a dessert course.
Diners enjoy the range of flavors, colors, and even cuisines represented. It's likely to be very global, with Asian, Mediterranean and European inspirations and references. It's delightful for a group to enjoy, because there is so much to talk about, and the spectrum of foods being served inspires great sprawling conversations between your guests and our captains and chefs.
Reserve a place at the Chef's Table for your next dinner at elements. Nine courses, $125 per person, and a memorable dining experience. Our General Manager will be happy to help you pair wines with the chef's selections.
- elements selected in Opinionated About Dining 2014 Top 100 US Restaurants
- ranked #20
- Once again elements was selected in Opinionated About Dining's Top 100 US Restaurants.
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(posted on 04/01/2014)
- elements named to NJ Monthly Top 25 restaurants of 2013
- Our critics pick from New Jersey's diverse dining scene to bring you 2013's best places to eat in the Garden State. Read more here.
(posted on 07/24/2013)
- Edible Jersey
- The Thoughtful Chef
- In Princeton, Scott Anderson leads the charge
for fine dining sourced from the locals
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(posted on 06/29/2013)
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