I normally wouldn't eat here on my own initiative, but I attended a meeting here and ordered what was supposed to be a veggie omelet. It was awful. Instead of the customary broccoli, mushrooms, peppers, onions, etc., they apparently dumped their already prepared vegetable side dishes into my gigantic omelet. Thus, it was full of peas and green beans. In fact, it was mostly peas and green beans, with a little bit of egg whites mixed in. The potatoes were good, though. In short, I paid over $22.00 for a meal comprised solely of potatoes. If I attend another meeting here--which I'd like to avoid--I'll just order a bagel.
If you want to spend a lot of money on bad food go for it. They charge you a lot because they give you ridiculous portions that you won't even want. You can't even get a smaller portion for a fair price. Not worth it, I would rather go to the Montville diner.
When you first enter the restaurant you are surprised by the refrigerators which showcase the desserts. They are humongous. The food is exceptional the staff are very pleasant. Harold's is definitely a must try at least twice a year.
I must say I had an all around terrible experience here. I stayed at the Holiday Inn (along with a block of 15 rooms of guests) after my wedding reception. At the complimentary breakfast, the owner stuck my last guest with a bill for $56. When I confronted him about it, he said that he normally charges $12 per person for breakfast, but he agrees to accept $10 per person from the hotel. He said that because of that, he needs to make up the difference. After I said that this was not right, he got in my face, cursed me off, and threatened to call the cops on me.
The Holida Inn was ashamed and outraged that he charged us anything for the breakfast. They forced him to overturn the charge that my guest put on their credit card.
The Holiday Inn did all the right things, and I am glad they stuck up for myself and my guests.
While the food at Harold's is generally good (esp. the Edison location), I cannot recommend the Parsippany location to anyone. The owner is a rude, overweight white headed guy who does not understand the first about customer service.
I must agree with some on here about the staff being rude especialy the bar tender......but the delicious cheesecake with cherries made up for baldy's attitude. If you go here put the staffs rudeness behind you and enjoy the delicious food. 3 out of 5 stars for me.
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