SOUTH JERSEY MAGAZINE'S 2015 GOLDEN FORK AWARDS
We thought that a well-prepared rack of lamb needed no additions—until we tasted this variety, which gets dusted with superbly strong Kona coffee and ground cinnamon before hitting the grill, creating a spiced and rich exterior. It pairs nicely with garlicky broccoli rabe, sautéed alongside a pile of crispy, roasted potatoes.
CAFFE ALDO LAMBERTI DONATED $2,500 TO THE CHILDREN'S REGIONAL HOSPITAL AT COOPER
From June through November, Caffe Aldo Lamberti raised money by selling raffle tickets for a model sailboat to benefit the Camden-based pediatric center at Cooper Hospital.
APPETIZERS: FRESH, SIMPLE AND RETRO ARE PARTY TRENDS
Rosita Lamberti, operations manager for Aldo Lamberti's restaurants, says, "Flatbreads are popular right now, and our chefs have been experimenting with various ingredients and have created delicious combinations that our guests are truly enjoying. Some of the favorites have been pear, goat cheese and arugula, as well as short ribs with caramelized onions and provolone. Sliders are always a hit, and with these, too, you can be creative. We like to serve Kobe beef, pulled chicken, lamb and bison."
9 DIVINE EVENT SPACES IN CHERRY HILL
SoJoHappening.com writes: "With the holidays just around the corner, it's time to start party planning! And as we experienced first-hand at this year's SoJo Happening List Bash, Caffe Aldo Lamberti in Cherry Hill is one of the best locations in South Jersey to host a fabulous party!
For over 25 years, this South Jersey Landmark has delivered exceptional service and cuisine to thousands of corporate events, pharmaceutical dinners, holiday parties, rehearsal dinners, showers, and intimate weddings."
CHERRY HILL'S RESTAURANT WEEK BRINGS GUESTS TO CAFFE ALDO LAMBERTI
Cherry Hill appears to have arrived on the culinary front as South Jersey's latest foodie town.
The township will host its first Restaurant Week - modeled after Philadelphia's but on a smaller scale - Sunday through next Saturday.
"It's great for Cherry Hill to do something on its own," said Aldo Lamberti, owner of Caffe Aldo Lamberti at 2011 Route 70 W., one of the participants. "Of course, not just Cherry Hill people are coming to town."
CAFFE ALDO LAMBERTI VOTED BEST SEAFOOD IN SOUTH JERSEY MAGAZINE
We've been voted South Jersey Magazine's Best of the Best Readers Choice Award for 2014 for the Best Seafood!
South Jersey Magazine writes: We ate the meals, shopped the stores and pampered ourselves over the past 12 months with one sole purpose in mind-to bring you the absolute Best of the Best in South Jersey. To show you we are serious, we combed through every town in the tri-county region in search of standout stars and hidden gems that help make our area so exciting. But to make sure we didn't hog all the fun, we asked our loyal readers to go online and vote for their favorite places as well. Now, without further ado, we present this year's winners-everything from facials to French fries. It's the result of a lot of hard work, but by now you should know that no one does it better than us.
SOUTH JERSEY MAGAZINE NAMES CAFFE ALDO LAMBERTI ONE OF THE BEST BARS IN SOUTH JERSEY
The Best Bars in South Jersey and the 20 cocktails you must order when you get there.
It's a five-word phrase almost of all us have uttered at some point in our adult lives: "I could use a drink." We totally get it. In times of celebration and in times of aggravation, sometimes there's nothing better than a good stiff cocktail. That's why we sipped everything from Aviations to zinfandels in our first-ever mission to find the Best Bars in South Jersey, places where you come for the drinks and stay for the experience. Read on to find out where you should order your next round, as well as our choices for the best places to grab a pint along with the top spots for live entertainment.
CAFFE ALDO LAMBERTI MENTIONED IN THE BIG REVEAL
South Jersey Magazine writes:
Not everyone throwing a gender reveal party opts to disclose the sex of their baby via cake or frosting color. Some don't even want to know the news beforehand, preferring to experience the element of surprise with everyone else. Rob and Remy Maaddi, Mantua residents and reality TV stars whose gender reveal party was broadcast on WeTV during a special episode of the Marriage Boot Camp spinoff Remy & Rob, chose to reveal the gender of their twin girls by releasing pink balloons from a neutral colored box during a gathering at Caffe Aldo Lamberti in Cherry Hill. "It was my first pregnancy so I wanted to do something special," Remy says. "I knew it was a new trend, and since we were having twins and everyone was dying to know the gender, I thought it would be a great way to let our friends and families know."
ALDO LAMBERTI FEATURED IN 'SAVOR TRADITION' IN THE DAILY NEWS
As the owner of several restaurants throughout South Jersey and Philadelphia, Aldo Lamberti enjoys sharing the Easter season with his family.
"MONSTERS SHOW UP AT ALDO LAMBERTI" ON PHILLY.COM
Horror movie stars Robert Englund, or "Freddy Krueger", Virginia Madsen & Rusty Schwimmer, as well as Chad L. Coleman who plays "Tyreese" on AMC's The Walking Dead, dined at at Caffe Aldo Lamberti over the March 7-9, 2014 weekend.
Michael Klein, of Philly.com, wrote, "Actors who appeared last weekend at Monster Mania Con 27 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Cherry Hill decided to eat locally."
CAFFE ALDO LAMBERTI FEATURED IN NJ LIFESTYLE MAGAZINE
NJ Lifestyle Magazine featured the top romantic upscale restaurants in New Jersey. Alyson Boxman Levine wrote, "Inside Caffe Aldo Lamberti in Cherry Hill, you will experience unique California design at its best. General Manager George Katsikis describes the restaurant's ambiance as contemporary, elegant and romantic. "The space was designed by Richard Smith Architects in Princeton, along with the owner Aldo Lamberti's vision," explains Katsiki. With some 18,000 square feet of space, this restaurant is the perfect setting for any special occasion..."
CAFFE ALDO LAMBERTI FEATURED IN THE COURIER POST "SPIRITS OF THE SEASON" ARTICLE
On Nov. 14, Caffe Aldo Lamberti started serving several seasonal drinks, including a couple confectionery cocktails.
"I've never seen anything on the market quite like this," says Peter Bellin, sommelier at the Cherry Hill restaurant.
Its candy cane martini - made with vodka, peppermint Schnapps and Godiva white chocolate liqueur - comes garnished with a rim of crushed candy cane and will be offered through New Year's "when the availability of candy canes become limited," Bellin jokes.
Graham cracker crumbs rim a liquid Lemon Meringue Pie, filled with vodka, Limoncello lemon liqueur and Frangelico hazelnut liqueur.
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ALDO LAMBERTI'S FAMILY OF RESTAURANTS FEATURED ON EATING IN SOUTH JERSEY
A RECENT GUEST REVIEWS CAFFE ALDO LAMBERTI
"While it's categorized as an Italian restaurant, it really has a large selection of amazing fresh seafood. In fact, everyone in our party of five got non-Italian style seafood. Everything was amazing from grilled octopus to crab legs, lobster and many types of fresh fish. I saw fresh oysters on other tables that looked fantastic as well. Good Italian restaurants are hard to find, but it's hard to find a good seafood place these days, and Caffe Aldo Lamberti really shines. From what I saw on other tables, the Italian dishes also looked good, so I'm sure you wouldn't go wrong ordering pasta or some other traditional Italian specialty here either. The restaurant was beautiful, very light and open, the noise level was good and the service was impeccable. I'm not in this area very often, but I can't wait to come back so I can eat here again."
CAFFE ALDO LAMBERTI AWARDED "BEST WAY TO NAVIGATE A WINE LIST" BY SOUTH JERSEY MAGAZINE
Seeking out that special bottle is so much more fun thanks to a modern twist that allows guests to navigate wirelessly on an iPad. Searches can be broken down by region, varietal, even price, and you'll get information on tasting notes, background on the wineries and much more. It's like having a sommelier in the palm of your hands.
CAFFE ALDO LAMBERTI RESTAURANT CELEBRATES 25TH ANNIVERSARY - COURIER POST
Caffe Aldo Lamberti hosted a celebration on June 27th, 2013 in honor of their 25th Anniversary. As the second restaurant in Aldo Lamberti's Family of Restaurants, Caffe Lamberti opened their doors over 25 years ago as one of four 5,000 square foot store-fronts in a strip mall on Route 70 in Cherry Hill, NJ. Soon after, Aldo Lamberti took over the stores in the strip mall one by one and eventually purchased the whole shopping center in the early 90s to create the 18,000 square foot structure that is now known, recognized and loved as Caffe Aldo Lamberti. Caffe Aldo Lamberti would like to thank all of their loyal guests for a successful 25 years, here's to 25 more!
25TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION PHOTOS - PHILADELPHIA STYLE MAGAZINE
A collection of photos from Caffe Aldo Lamberti's 25th Anniversary celebration.
CAFFE ALDO LAMBERTI NAMED "BEST HAPPY HOUR" BY SOJO HAPPENING!
Caffe Aldo Lamberti was named "Best Happy Hour" by SoJo Happening on the Happening List for 2013.
Caffe Aldo Lamberti also placed as a finalist for "Best Wine List!"
CAFFE ALDO LAMBERTI NAMED IN SOUTH JERSEY MAGAZINE'S FEBRUARY 2013 ISSUE AS: GOLD STANDARD: THE 25 BEST RESTAURANTS IN SOUTH JERSEY
As written in South Jersey Magazine:
Caffe Aldo Lamberti
2011 Route 70 W., Cherry Hill
A Cherry Hill mainstay, this Italian restaurant from the Lamberti family has served Neapolitan cuisine in style for more than 20 years. But that's not to say they've gone stale: Caffe Aldo Lamberti's (or simply Aldo's to the locals) has brought consistency and creativity to its posh dining room and bar, earning awards for the extensive wine list, too.
Vibe: Upscale and chic
Don't Miss: The stylish indoor/outdoor bar and patio, with al fresco dining in season
Best Value: Sunday dinners include a family-style menu with classic dishes that feed two-three diners for only a few dollars more.
Best Table: Anything by the large picture windows in the main dining room.
Can't-Miss Dish: Caffe Aldo Lamberti is known for its fresh seafood, including the pan-seared Chilean sea bass, carefully fileted and served with caramelized leeks in a citrus-wine sauce.
Chef Recommends: Chef Michael Ferguson recommends any of the fresh fish specials-delivered daily-but particularly the whole fillets served tableside.
Regular's Choice: Savvy diners choose the zucchini crabcakes starter, where jumbo lumb crab meat is gently formed into cakes with barely any filler (just herbs and spices) and then crusted with zucchini.
Sweet Ending: Most sweets are made in house, but servers recommend the dense and indulgent chocolate-hazelnut Frangelico torte, drizzled in dark chocolate sauce.
Dynamic Drink: Take a sip of the Marchesi specialty cocktail, layered with organic cucumber vodka, a splash of French aperitif Lillet Blanc, St. Germain elderflower liqueur and lemon juice.
Pro Tip: The new wireless wine list allows diners to quickly identify the perfect bottle of vino.
ZAGAT SURVEY FOR "PHILADELPHIA RESTAURANTS 2013" RATES CAFFE ALDO LAMBERTI
Highlights of the Zagat Survey include: "always dependable," "outstanding meal," "refined" Italian Seafood, "attentive" staff
CAFFE ALDO LAMBERTI BECOMES FIRST IN CHERRY HILL TO COMPOST ORGANIC WASTE - ARTICLE FEATURED ON COLLINGSWOOD PATCH
"We're very proud to participate in this program. Our loyal guests know us and love us for our delicious, fresh food and excellent service, and now they can dine with us knowing that we're helping the environment, that hardly anything is going to waste," said George Katsikis, General Manager for Caffe Aldo Lamberti.
CAFFE ALDO LAMBERTI PHOTO FEATURED ON NJ.COM GALLERY
In this photo, Chef Michael Ferguson of Caffe Aldo Lamberti picks tomatoes from its own on-site herb and vegetable garden. The compost the restaurant creates from its food waste will be used in gardens such as this one as well as parks and farmland throughout the area. Click the link below to view the photo.
CHERRY HILL'S CAFFE ALDO LAMBERTI ENTERS COMPOSTING PROGRAM. ABOUT 75 PERCENT OF THE TOTAL RESTAURANT'S FOOD WASTE WILL BE RECYCLED
Caffe Aldo Lamberti, known for its ultrafresh seafood and extensive wine list, will now be known for something else, earmarking the vast majority of its waste to be recycled as compost. It is the first Cherry Hill restaurant to participate in such a program.
TOP PLACES FOR WINE IN THE COURIER POST
Caffe Aldo Lamberti was mentioned in the Top 5 Places for Wine on September, 28th 2012 in the Courier Post.
CAFFE ALDO LAMBERTI FEATURED ON FOOBOOZ FOR THE TIARE TECHNOLOGY WIRELESS WINELIST SYSTEM
Aldo Lamberti's Wine Spectator and Wine Enthusiast-approved Cherry Hill dining room, Caffe Aldo Lamberti, has entered into even more rarified vinological territory with its addition of the Tiare Technology Wireless WineList System.
CAFFE ALDO LAMBERTI FEATURED IN THE COURIER POST ARTICLE 'ARTISANAL COCKTAILS: BAR DRINKS ARE A CULINARY ART AS CREATIVE AS ANY MENU ITEM'
Will Rogers once said: "One revolution is just like one cocktail, it just gets you organized for the next." Article by Lisa Howard-Fusco. Click below to read the full article.
CAFFE ALDO LAMBERTI NAMED "BEST POWER LUNCH" BY SOUTH JERSEY MAGAZINE!
Caffe Aldo Lamberti was named "Best Power Lunch" by South Jersey Magazine in their 2012 Best of the Best List.
CAFFE ALDO LAMBERTI IS FEATURED IN THE MAY/JUNE ISSUE OF PHILADELPHIA STYLE MAGAZINE!
"For out-of-towners driving along busy Route 70, there is a sign at the intersection with Haddonfield Road that reads CAFFE ALDO LAMBERTI. Hungry natives, however, know it in a far more familiar manner: "Aldo's." Whatever you choose to call this landmark Italian restaurant, its reputation "A Cherry Hill Classic" ultimately says it all."
CAFFE ALDO LAMBERTI DONATED $7,000 TO AUTISM SPEAKS - GREATER DELAWARE VALLEY CHAPTER
During the month of December, Caffe Aldo Lamberti raised money through a raffle to benefit Autism Speaks - Greater Delaware Valley Chapter. We donated $7,000.00 to the charity. On Saturday, January 14th, Aldo Lamberti made a formal presentation to Christina Carty, Executive Director of Autism Speaks - Greater Delaware Valley Chapter with an oversized check for that amount. Also present were Kelly Gavin, the Walk/Events Coordinator for Autism Speaks - Greater Delaware Valley Chapter and Steve Burch, Communications Manager of Autism Speaks - Greater Delaware Valley Chapter. Raffle winner this year was Tim Fox, of Fox Rehabilitation in Cherry Hill, NJ, who was also present.
WE WERE FEATURED IN PHILADELPHIA STYLE MAGAZINE'S SUMMER ISSUE IN THE HOT LIST!
Caffe Aldo Lamberti's Wine List was recognized in The City's Tastiest Bites & Drinks section of Philadelphia Style Magazine's Summer 2011 Hot List. We are excited that our Wine Spectator & Wine Enthusiast Award Winning Wine List was among those mentioned in this category.
CAFFE ALDO LAMBERTI IS HONORED TO HAVE RECEIVED A WINE SPECTATOR AWARD AGAIN THIS YEAR
Caffe Aldo Lamberti received the Award of Excellence from Wine Spectator from 2003-2007. In 2008, 2009, 2010 & 2011 Caffe Aldo Lamberti received an upgrade to the Best of Award of Excellence Award from Wine Spectator. In addition, we were recipients of the Award of Unique Distinction from Wine Enthusiast for 2008 & 2009.
CAFFE ALDO LAMBERTI FEATURED IN SOUTH JERSEY MAGAZINE'S BEST OF THE BEST LIST
Caffe Aldo Lamberti Voted - The "It" List
"With 800 bottles to choose from, it would take more than two years of lavish dinners to even attempt to sip your way through Lamberti's List."
CAFFE ALDO LAMBERTI FEATURED IN SOUTH JERSEY MAGAZINE'S 2011 GOLDEN FORKS - 25 OF THE BEST RESTAURANTS IN SOUTH JERSEY
"Seafood right off the boat, topnotch service and a wine list that boasts more than 16,000 bottles, all help keep restaurateur Aldo Lamberti's flagship eatery at the top of every local foodie's list. Lamberti wows well-heeled diners with authentic Italian flavors inspired by his upbringing along the Amalfi Coast. The wide selection of fish is brought in daily, but don't overlook the steaks and chops. Of course, no Italian restaurant is worth its salt without good pasta. Thankfully, the homemade renditions of pappardelle and ravioli fit the bill."
CAFFE ALDO LAMBERTI DONATES $3,000 TO THE VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA DELAWARE VALLEY CHAPTER
On Thursday, January 6th at 4:30 pm, Aldo Lamberti made a formal presentation to Dan Lombardo, President/CEO of the local Delaware Valley Chapter with an oversized check for that amount. Also present were Rebecca Fuller, Communications Manager of the local Delaware Valley Chapter. Raffle winner, Neil Levine, a Partner at Friedman LLP was on hand to accept his winning prize, a Balthazar bottle (12 liters) of Tommasi Winery’s American Vintage 2003.
ZAGAT SURVEY FOR "PHILADELPHIA RESTAURANTS 2011" RATES CAFFE ALDO LAMBERTI
Highlights of the Survey include: "ultrafresh seafood", "top-notch", "swank", "professional", "outstanding"
CAFFE ALDO LAMBERTI IN CHERRY HILL DINING REVIEW: A MODERN TAKE ON ITALIAN CUISINE
CAFFE ALDO LAMBERTI MENTIONED BY NUTRITIONIST ANGELA SHAW FROM COOPER UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
Her fave Philly indulgences: Capellini Positano with jumbo lump crabmeat from Aldo Lamberti's
CAFFE ALDO LAMBERTI AS THE FEATURED RESTAURANT ON HGTV'S HOUSE HUNTERS
Denise and Dan are about to get married and love adventure. Their house hunt in Cherry Hill, New Jersey is their biggest adventure yet. On a $250,000 budget, they need an extra bedroom to store their outdoor gear plus another for a home office. They find three that fit the bill, but none is perfect. The first house has the perfect kitchen, but is on a busy street. The second offers a fourth bedroom, but needs updating. The third is move in ready, but will need a new furnace.
Denise and Dan mull over their house choices while dining at Caffe Aldo Lamberti.
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CAFFE ALDO LAMBERTI FEATURED IN THE COURIER POST ARTICLE 'DESIGN ON THE MENU'
Ambience is as important to restaurant success as the food. And it doesn't stop at the front door. Article by Tara Nurin. Click below to read the full article.
FEATURED IN THE COURIER POST: FOR KIDS, LEARNING PROPER MANNERS INSTILLS CONFIDENCE
As featured in the Courier Post on March 16, 2010, excerpts from the article:
On a recent afternoon, in the wine cellar of Caffe Aldo Lamberti in Cherry Hill, a scene unfolded which would have given great delight to every adult who hopes to never have another meal torpedoed by unmannerly kids.
Seated around a table, dressed in what adults might call "business casual" were children who ranged in age from 7 to 13, all of them also decked out in hats, jewelry and other grown-up props supplied by a soft-spoken woman with the manner of a caring friend.
That woman, Hilary Brennan, has launched Socially Savvy, a company dedicated to civility not just for adults, but also for children. And on this afternoon, her mission was simple: She was hoping to show the children who were in her tutelage for two short hours that manners can actually be fun in a class called Dynamic Dining: Hip Etiquette for Boys and Girls.
RECIPE FOR: PAN-SEARED DIVER SCALLOPS WITH SWEET POTATO GNOCCHI
As featured in the Courier Post Newspaper
RECIPE FOR: SEAFOOD RISOTTO
As featured in the Courier Post newspaper
CAFFE ALDO LAMBERTI DONATES $2,000 TO CHILDREN'S REGIONAL HOSPITAL AT COOPER
ZAGAT SURVEY 2010
Caffe Aldo Lamberti is Zagat Rated in both the New Jersey market, as well as the Philadelphia market.
HOW IT ALL BEGAN
As featured in the Fall Issue of Dining Out Magazine, 'All in the Family' describes Aldo Lamberti's path to how Caffe Aldo Lamberti came to be.
2011 ROUTE 70 WEST, FOR GPS
(USE 2011 MARLTON PIKE WEST)
CHERRY HILL, NJ 08002
PHONE NUMBER: 856.663.1747
FAX NUMBER: 856.663.7841