The much-awaited opening of Tao Haus, on the corner of Closter Dock Road and Perry Street in Closter, has arrived. As the name "Tao" suggests, the casual eatery's menu reflects harmony between traditional Cantonese dishes and modern adaptations of flavors from all regions of the world. Tao Haus has a full menu of noodles, steamed dim sum, dumplings, spring rolls, seafood, pork, and beef, as well as a number of different sweet and savory sauces to choose from.
Let’s face it: Dining out with the whole entire fam often turns out to be something of a yin-yang situation. Us grown-ups want to sink our teeth into something, well, grown-up, while our kids’ taste buds typically want, well, anything but that. So when we saw that the motto of just-opened Tao Haus, a fast-casual artisanal Asian joint in Closter, is “we put the yin to the yang,” we rounded up our brood for an “everybody wins!” mealtime moment.
Chinese restaurant Tao Haus in Closter serves a dish called Pepper & Salted Calamari that’s described on their menu as fried squid harmonized with pepper/salt and garlic. We couldn’t have said it better ourselves.Read More
Tao Haus : Explore casual Hong Kong/Cantonese cuisine and dim sum all day, 272 Closter Dock Road, Closter. Photo by Sunny R., Yelp.
Tao Haus, a new casual eatery grounded in Hong Kong/Cantonese cuisine, has opened in Closter. With a focus on “balance of opposites” including flavors and choices, the menu will include a mix of the traditional Cantonese as well as some modern spins on dishes including items from Southeast Asia, India, Japan and more.