Located at Elm & Adeline Streets, the Blue Danube is one of the many authentic, diverse, amazing restaurants in Trenton, NJ. Offering an extensive variety of Eastern European cuisine as well as continental fare, the restaurant serves awe-inspiring dishes from countries along the Danube River: Hungarian, Romanian, German, Polish and Czech.

Here you’ll find stuffed cabbage, pierogies, chicken paprikas, beef goulash, sauerbraten, weiner schnitzel to name a few. They offer large portions at reasonable prices along with tasteful theme nights that reflect the cuisine of neighboring countries. On Tuesdays it’s Hungarian/Romanian; Wednesdays it’s Seafood; and on Thursdays it’s German/Polish.

The atmosphere in the restaurant is comfortable, as though you’re stepping through the doors of a European Cafe. Its name comes from The Danube, which is 1,770 miles long from its source in the Black Forest of southern Germany to the Black Sea, in Romania. It is the second longest river in Europe. Eight of the fifteen eastern European countries lie within its basin.

Here’s how Blue Danube stacks up:

  • 4 stars on Yelp
  • 4.5 stars on Trip Advisor
  • 4.9 stars on FaceBook
  • 4 stars on Insider Pages

Blue Danube Restaurant
Elm & Adeline Streets
Trenton, NJ 08611

The Trenton Eat Local Club runners-up include Casdeluna Bar and Restaurant y arepera and 1911 Smoke House Barbeque. Please stop in to the winner and the runners up, congratulate them and try their great food!

The Trenton Eat Local Club is part of the Shop Trenton Program (called the Best Shop Local Program in New Jersey by Mercer Me) implemented by the City of Trenton, Division of Economic Development. For more information, contact Eric Maywar at emaywar@trentonnj.org.

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