About Us

The Restaurant

390Prime Steak & Seafood is an elegant dining experience featuring our scratch kitchen farm to table daily fare. We source our Angus-Verified beef directly from a U.S. family farm. Our seafood is local catch and from small regional suppliers. Fresh local produce is sourced seasonally. Our talented Chefs stand at the ready to ensure a wonderful dining extravaganza.

Grigor Sault

Chef De Partie

Peter Cring

Kitchen Porter

Carl Mine

Kitchen Porter

Maria Jones

Sous Chef

Gustavo Beineir

Executive Chef

At The Bar

Experience our At The Bar dining options, craft beer selections, or our Sommelier selection of fine wines. Shaken or Stirred cocktails are poured by trained Bartenders encouraged by our Mixologist’s creations.  

Where to Find Us?

Located within the newly opened DoubleTree by Hilton Monroe Township Cranbury, our restaurant serves local & hotel guests seeking a destination restaurant experience.

What People Say

  •   Hidden Gem in the area. We will be back. The 390 burger and the penne with shrimp & scallops was delicious. We will be back.

    thumb Cheryl J.
  •   Very nice place Food was very delicious and the service was like being a billionaire. I almost felt bad how nice and over the top they were to accommodate. We went on New Year's Eve so it was a set menu. I'm not a huge ribeye guy but it was good for being a ribeye. The bar is really nice even though I didn't drink. If you wanna find kind of a diamond In the ruff restaurant I'd go here on a date. Speaking to the single guys out there. It's in a hotel so you would think it's not fancy but it's really fancy (not suit and tie) but def. Wear something like a button up and khakis and ladies maybe a dress. Prices were moderately priced to my surprise. Also we took our 8 year old son and they were able to make him chicken fingers and fries. So yes it is kid friendly however I doubt most people take younger kids here.

    thumb Steven C.
  •   Had a blast at the DoubleTree for a solid three weeks of work! The 390 staff were absolute rockstars--super fun, playful, and on a mission to keep our drink glasses perpetually full. The food was a rollercoaster of deliciousness; I went on a menu adventure, and not a single dish left me hanging. Two thumbs up, highly recommend the fun-filled experience!

    thumb Derek H.
  •   We celebrated a 50th anniversary and Anthony the GM was extremely gracious. The food and service was excellent and Anthony helped make this a memorable night out.
    Count on us as new customers.

    thumb Howard D.
  •   If you're an aspiring restauranteur agonizing over what type of establishment to open - open a steakhouse. A middling diner or bistro will have you pulling out your hair and sweating profusely into the soup of the day. Conversely, a steak salon will have you floating on a single malt river of creamed spinach and enough legal tender to launch your investors into ala carte bliss.

    Of course it has to be good and 390 Prime is just that. The space is beautifully rendered with enough understated elegance and stellar service to impress any business prospect or wife number three (but who's counting.) And wonder of wonders, you can even have a conversation without screaming.

    I can't think of one thing I didn't like, and that's from someone who detests high price point pretenders. If you're going to spend like a pasha, make it count. Five easy stars.

    thumb Michael N.
  •   Sat at the bar last night for drinks and appetizers. Everything we had was delicious. Lobster bisque was amazing, and so was French onion soup and bbq pork belly. The place is very well decorated with a nice atmosphere. The bartender Lior really made our experience outstanding. He was professional and attentive. Made us feel special. We will return and sit at the bar.

    thumb Lisa C.
  •   390 Prime Steak & Seafood Restaurant Review by Candice Brearley www.restaurantindulgences.com

    We were recently made aware that there is a brand new restaurant in Monroe Township, N.J. - the 390 Prime Steak & Seafood Restaurant, which is part of the Double Tree by Hilton complex. Three of us had dinner there and I must say that everything was first class!

    We started with our usual martinis (Tito's Vodka, Chambord Liqueur and a wedge of lime) which were expertly made. Later, we switched to a delightful bottle of wine for dinner, a Quilt Cabernet, quite full bodied and rich.

    To begin, warmed bread was brought to the table, which I thoroughly enjoyed, My readers will know, I do not eat bread often, as when I was a little girl, my parents told me prisoners ate bread and water, so I rebuked it regularly, but this offering was quite nice.

    We all tried the soups. Jon had the Lobster Bisque, which he devoured; it had chunks of Lobster!). Our friend and I tried the French Onion soup, prepared with Gruyere cheese, which is the proper way. Both soups are house crafted and are delicious.

    The steaks (we all had Rib Eye garnished with fresh rosemary and grilled grape tomatoes) were as good as we have ever had (and my readers will know, I have raved about the steaks at other places; 390 Prime's steak rivals them all!). They use Braveheart beef which is Angus-verified cattle direct from U. S. family farm. The steaks are thick and tasty. Jon ate all of his. As usual, I took some home for a flavorsome lunch the next day.

    As sides, we shared the Asparagus, which was extremely fresh and prepared very well, and the Mashed Potatoes, which we all enjoyed. Clearly, they do a fine job with their farm to table concept of using fresh local ingredients.

    I finished with Flowerless Chocolate Cake, which came with chocolate drizzle, strawberries, blueberries and whipped cream (delectable!). I think Flowerless Chocolate Cake needs this type of accompaniment because of its richness.

    We concluded the evening with Jon having one of his usuals, an espresso martini, and our friend and I tried something very special - a Liquor 43 Chocolate martini! The bartender skillfully mixed this drink, adding a drop of Bailey's and chocolate syrup (luscious!).

    The service was impeccable; everyone with whom we dealt was completely accommodating and friendly. Everything there is brand new, and inviting; moreover, the entire place is fresh and clean, which I greatly appreciate.

    In my opinion, this is sure to be a major success because they are doing everything correctly. We had a great time; we laughed and laughed, as the ambiance is rather conducive to enjoyment.

    This will certainly be a stop that Jon and I will make coming home from New York after any business there. It is conveniently located right off exit 8A of the Turnpike. And the rumor is that they will have entertainment on the weekends, which will add to the comfortable ambiance. All in all it was a restaurant experience to be repeated again and again.

    thumb Jon S.
  •   Fantastic menu selection, the filet mignon was so tender, and the ginger carrots were so flavorful, whipped potato were silky smooth. The lobster bisque had huge lobster claw meat in a savory soup. The lobster ravioli was delicious. Our server, Alyssa was attentive and well informed to answer any questions. The atmosphere is shabby chic and elegant. A must if dining in the area.

    thumb Mary Ann J.
  •   I had walked in probably like a 1/2 hour before they closed, I was still able to order and the food came out fresh and delicious.

    I would go back again if I am ever in the area.

    thumb Fantastic H.
  •   We live nearby so we decided to try the newest restaurant in town this week. It was the day after labor day so, understandably, the hotel wasn't crowded nor was the restaurant.

    We had the Fritto Misto appetizer which was excellent. If anything, it was really too much for one person as an appetizer so I would suggest offering a smaller size at a lower price point as an option. The caprese had terrific heirloom tomatoes but the mozzarella would have benefited from not being so cold.

    I was a bit wary about the fact that they don't promote carrying USDA prime beef but was actually very happy with the quality of my 14 oz. NY strip. It was prepared perfectly medium rare (as requested) and it was a really good piece of steak. It was accompanied by two sides so I chose Creamed Spinach and garlic Broccoli - both were excellent. The fact that 2 sides are included is a great value!

    We also had the cauliflower entree. It was very tasty and a huge portion. My only critique would be that the cauliflower was a bit soggy.

    They didn't have any decaf cappuccino so we decided to skip desert and stop for ice cream on they way home. You would think that even if they just got a Nespresso machine they could offer this?

    Overall we thought the meal was very good. They could really use some additional fish/seafood options for the non meat eaters.

    thumb Robert O.