Located on the beach in the heart of Beach Haven, The Engleside Inn has one of the most extensive menus on LBI. What started as a coffee shop in the mid-1960s has evolved to offer guests the best in shore cuisine, from traditional dining favorites to a full-service sushi bar that serves LBI’s most decadent specialty rolls and appetizers.
The continental menu features a variety of fresh seafood options prepared every way from blackened to Française, as well as chargrilled steaks and chops, prime rib, and pasta. With so many choices and rotating specials like local sea scallop carpaccio, taco shimi of seared ahi, house cured and smoked Scottish salmon, Viking Village swordfish, jumbo lump crab cakes, and mango barbecued spareribs, what is The Engleside’s signature dish? “Our slow-roasted prime rib of beef is definitely the best on LBI, and our guests also enjoy the miso-sake roasted Chilean sea bass.”
Asked where they source their fresh ingredients, The Engleside told bay magazine: “When available, we source fresh tuna, scallops, and swordfish from Barnegat Light. Our oysters are harvested fresh from Cape May and the clams from the Barnegat Bay. Our best seasonal produce is hand-selected from local farmers markets. Heirloom tomatoes, sweet corn, Hubbard squash, and leafy greens come directly from Russo’s Market in Tabernacle.”
The Engleside has been serving guests of LBI since the mid-sixties and takes pride in offering great food, consistently. They tell bay magazine’s readers: “We hope to see you soon!”