Open M-Th 11AM - 10PM, F-Sa 11 AM - 11PM, Su 12:00 PM - 10PM
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(Covid Update Dec 2021 – in business) A decent Pan-Asian restaurant across from the Dairy Queen in Morrisville? Believe it or not…
CF is just across the Trenton Makes bridge. Make your first left, cross the RR spur, and make a left into their parking lot. From the outside, it looks more like a plumbing supply distributor, but inside it’s pleasantly (and fairly expensively) decorated. The interior designer is partial to hi-tech lighting effects, which isn’t my thing, but speculating about how they work gives you and your companion(s) something to do while you wait for your food to arrive.
And the food’s the thing. With an extensive menu serving up Chinese, Japanese, and Thai dishes, no one should go hungry or want for choice. There’s plenty of seafood and vegetarian dishes (which you’d expect), one of the best sushi bars in the area, and even several dishes that will satisfy the unrepentant carnivores in your party.
CF has a full bar which attracts an interesting regular following. It you’re looking for a new watering hole, you could do worse.
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12 thoughts on “Flavors in Harmony”
Bonsai is on Quakerbridge Road. Check it out they have Sushi. Been there for years. They also have a full service bar.
They actually have very good sushi at the shop rite on olden avenue. Just a bit further east sushi on scotch road in ewing is outstanding
I understand this write-up is mainly about the sushi but I need to share that the dish Melting Snow Prawn is in my Top 10 of favorite restaurant dishes ever.
When and where will there be sushi downtown? I work there. It’d be awesome to get sushi for lunch within walking distance.
I heard the guy that owns Trenton Social and the guy from Sumo Sushi are opening a place together soon.
That’s right. Trenton Buddha Lounge will be opening in a few months.
That’s right near my building. Awesome!!!
This is actually one of the best spots around and has one of the highest selections of raw sushi. They also have salmon roe (one of my favorites) which a lot of places don’t carry.
I love this place.
I just visited Concerto the other day and it was incredible. They must have read the last comment because they have redesigned the outside of the building, the service was great, and the food was amazing. Excellent ambiance, I mean really cool place definitely worth checking out.
Came here for Valentine’s day for some reason, HUGE MISTAKE. This place was falling apart. Our reservation was for 8:30, we show up and surprise, there are dozens of other couples and familes with reservations waiting. I cannot get more than a few broken egrish words out of the staff as to why it is now 8:45, and we are not sitting. Long story short, people walk out, I keep harrassing the staff until 9:15, before we get a table. Finally, when we do, we notice all the tables around us are food-less, and angry. We overhear that the food is not coming out of the kitchen, and see more than one table recieve the wrong order. THEN more people leave, from the tables, a lot more. We are sitting for FIFTEEN MINUTES at this point, without a server even acknowledging our existence or getting us glasses of water or something. We decide, after being in this Godforsaken building for ONE stressful hour, which essentialy ruined our Valentine’s Day, that is is time to bail. We call and make reservations at CHARMING GARDEN in Langhorne, which is actually thier sister resuraunt, that we have been going to for years, which is worlds ahead of CONCERTO in service, ambiance, and-something tells me-quality of food. Our rreservation is made, and within 25 mins we are enjoying a delicious meal there. So, in my humble opinion, based on this ridiculous experience, CONCERTO FUSION is the pits.
Editor’s Comment: Brian, sorry you had this experience. Valentine’s Day is a tough day to get fast service at any restaurant, though obviously your experience was unacceptable. Normally the Concerto Fusion’s owner is in the house and circulating with customers. He’s usually very concerned about the quality of food and service, so I can assure you your experience wasn’t typical for a normal day. Also, the fact that you showed up at Charming Garden at 10:15 might have something to do with your quick service there.