etc. steakhouse

1409 Palisade Ave, Teaneck
(201) 357-5677

Recent Reviews

H. A.

Cozy atmosphere and friendly staff, food from this list was delicious to!

Atmosphere: 5

Food: 5

Service: 5

Recommended dishes: Gnocchi Mac N Cheese, Flourless Chocolate Cake, Gnocchi, Winter Squash Soup, Deconstructed Lamb Chop, Teriyaki Chicken Breast, Hanger Steak, Rack of Lamb, Pastrami Risotto with Golden Beets, Beef Bacon

michael raines

Had a business meeting here with some colleagues, service was excellent, food was excellent, however if I could make one comment about the loud noise thumping over the elegant house music, I’d recommend in a fine dining restaurant to keep the outside noise down and the ambiance would match the food and service.

Atmosphere: 1

Food: 5

Service: 5

E Crum

Good food; surprisingly small portions; very expensive; incredibly noisy. Kosher. Not much for vegetarians.Vegetarian options: Small selectionDietary restrictions: Kosher

Recommended dishes: Ribeye

Joe Schwartz

Went there for the first time in a while. Food was excellent. Really surprised how good it was and was much better than I ever remember. I did think that prices were too slightly high ($90+ average entree). Overall great

Atmosphere: 4

Food: 5

Service: 5

Adam Rosenblum

Did the 7 course tasting menu for the first time. Food quality was stellar. The service was well above par, the staff were super attentive. Would repeat without hesitation. Great option if you like variety and creativity.

Atmosphere: 5

Food: 5

Service: 5

Yossi Kleerekoper

Was greeted nicely food was way overpriced and not good steak was dry the duck breast was very good the rest of the dish wasn’t overall the place is way

Atmosphere: 3

Food: 1

Service: 3

Anthony Spira

Awesome food, very accommodating with food allergies, nice &

Atmosphere: 5

Food: 5

Service: 5

Rio S

Overall a brilliant experience for my family. Smiles left and right from the food (I am somewhat picky with where I dine and how my food is made). The seasoning, the texture, amazing flavors, we couldn't stop! I honestly don't know how we made it to dessert.Since moving to jersey 2 years ago, no restaurant impressed me like Etc. Steakhouse, HANDS DOWN.I see us there very often. Gotta try everything!

Atmosphere: 5

Food: 5

Service: 5

HSG

Way beyond what we were expecting. Food was fabulous. Very well training staff all in sinc with each other (rare today). Host could run his own talk show...a very enjoyable one. My friend took me out here and it was better than he planned it to be!

Atmosphere: 5

Food: 5

Service: 5

Recommended dishes: Flourless Chocolate Cake, Deconstructed Lamb Chop, Brisket Appetizer, Gnocchi with Duck and Mushrooms

Moshe Miller

Great kosher steak in New Jersey.Try the fried cauliflower. Yummm

Moshe Aziz

Absolutely best restaurant in north

Atmosphere: 5

Food: 5

Service: 5

Recommended dishes: Peppercorn Steak

MikSchlag

I rarely go out as so few restaurants give a combination of great food, service and atmosphere. This place got it plus or ETC!!!Parking: Plenty of spaces. We each took our own cars.Wheelchair accessibility: Wide door worked fine.

Atmosphere: 5

Food: 5

Service: 5

Recommended dishes: Deconstructed Lamb Chop, Gnocchi with Duck and Mushrooms

Michael Eisenberg

Etc has excellent food that creatively diverges from the typical kosher steakhouse fare. The atmosphere is warm with a laid back upscale feel and there's sufficient space for a little privacy. It all makes Etc a great choice for couples night out or a gathering of old friends. Make sure to plan ahead and bring a good bottle of wine. It also helps with the final tab as it isn't cheap. If you forget, Filler-up is around the corner. One caveat: if you equate high prices with large portions, Etc might not be for you. Otherwise, enjoy!

Atmosphere: 4

Food: 5

Service: 4

Recommended dishes: Truffle Fries, Peppercorn Steak

Paul M

Currently the only higher end kosher dining option in Teaneck. (I really miss NoBo, which was much better).Appetizers were good. Mains took 1 hour to come out, and only after I asked the manager about it. His "explanation" was that they had a lot of walk ins. Not an excuse. If a kitchen can't handle the number of customers then cut back on how many people you serve.The appetizers (gnocchi and dumplings) were good, but 23 dollars for three dumplings? Not a good value proposition.The mains came luke warm - probably because they were sitting for a while. My hangar steak was unbearably salty. It was cooked ok - we all asked for medium rare and got medium. I tried some of the rib eye which was somewhat dry and didn't have a lot of flavor.The most annoying thing was the included 20% gratuity. Absurd. With the relatively poor service, it wasn't warranted but I didn't want to make a fuss.I won't be going back. At those prices ($110 per person, with no drinks or desert and two appetizers shared for two people) there are much better options. Definitely worth a drive into Manhattan where there are much better kosher high end restaurants.Of course the restaurant was packed and will continue to be packed. The bar for kosher dining isn't set that high and kosher consumers seem to tolerate mediocrity.

Atmosphere: 3

Food: 3

Service: 2

Eliyahu

One of our favorites.Try their specials - they’re always great!

Atmosphere: 4

Food: 4

Service: 4

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