Salt & Pilpel

Connecting Jewish Americans and Israelis in North NJ

Pimaan October 21, 2010

Here’s a restaurant recommendation by our Salt and Pilpel member Ilanit Habot:

When my friend asked me to join her for lunch at a great Thai restaurant I asked hesitated: “Is it hot and expensive? Where is it?”

I live in this area almost 10 years, and never heard about Pimaan before. The lunch special was so delicious! And cheap….very cheap. For $7.5 I had a whole plate of great spring roll with dressing, white tower of rice and chicken with green curry, coconut milk, eggplant, chili, fresh basil, sweet peas & bamboo shoots. Appetizer included the house salad, very fresh and tasty; spicy, but not too spicy. We didn’t give up their famous dessert: fried ice cream flambe’.  The place was packed, and I heard that weekend nights waiting time is more than an hour. The same dish, would cost $8.5 if comes with Shrimp, Squid or Scallop, $9.5 if it was mixed sea food, and $9 if you chose fish (Tilapia, Bass or Salmon). Delicious!

For more information go to their website:

Thanks, Ilanit, for a great post!


2 Responses to “Pimaan”

  1. Thanks Ilanit for the info, i would love to visit this resturant but since i am jewish i think it is very important to keep our Tradition aspecialy when we are not leaving in the Holy land and how much more so when there is amazing Kosher resturant in our area, but thank you anyway and please let us know about Kosher resturants


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