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“Small Diamond in Haddon Heights”
Review of Elements Cafe

Elements Cafe
Price range: $20 - $30
Cuisines: American
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Dining options: Dinner, Reservations
Dining style: Casual Dining
Cross street: White Horse Pike
Reviewed January 25, 2013

There's such an incredible variety of small dish choices at Elements that it's hard to go wrong no matter your state of mind or level of hunger when you arrive. Try a small appetizer, add a dessert and leave. Go for all the courses–you won't feel stuffed. Combined with BYOB it is a wonderfully inexpensive place for a quiet date, a gathering of six or whatever number. Crisp service, great food at a reasonable cost.

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Reviewed November 4, 2012

food was packed with flavor, staff was extremely knowledgeable and helpful, never a long wait for food

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Reviewed July 12, 2012

This is one of my favorite Haddon Heights Restaurants with my favorite tasting style of serving. In the numerous times I've been here I've never been disappointed. The selections are interesting and tasty... Don't forget... BYOB... its Haddon Heights

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Reviewed April 23, 2012

We used to love this place-- its small plate menu had loads of flavors and creative combinations at very affordable prices. Maybe its the economy but the last dinner may be our last. Ingredients had all been down graded and cheapened. Venison became ground meat, 3 large scallops were 2 mediums; rolls had been reheated once too often by the time they came to us.

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Reviewed March 27, 2012

Don't get fooled by the tapas style menu. 1 dish per course is enough for two. The building is 100 years old. It is nothing fancy the interior, however very clean and intimate (romantic baby). The cost of 2 will be about 70 bucks. However, we ordered 2 apps. Delicious succulent duck ramen, cheesteak egg roll with soy dipping sauce (very good) 2 salads. Argula with pear and feta, myself spinach with gorgonzola. 2 entrees: hubby had the venison he said was very good, and I the salmon cooked perfectly and full of flavor. For dessert 2 coffees, chocolate torte for myself and for hubby popcorn ice cream with caramel. (We both shared) We ate very well considering the entire cost of the meal. The service was great. Very friendly and well versed about the menu. Don't get disuaded by past reviews. You will enjoy the dining experience in this cozy gem.

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