D’Lux Opens Their Takeout Section

[ADVERTORIAL] D’Lux family restaurant is proud to announce the opening of their Shabbos takeout section. The D’Lux Takeout is located in their new store – is the Shoprite Plaza. The takeout hours are Thursday 12PM – 1AM and Friday 8AM – 2 hours before Shabbos.

To order your Shabbos takeout or to have them Cater your next Simacha call, 732-901-2233.


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  1. 3 Different menu’s American, Chinese, Sushi.. Checked it out, prices are a little high although, will really have to check out if you get your money’s worth. A huge arrange of cooking area’s. Have never seen so much stainless steel in one area for cooking, a chefs dream is what I would call it. Looks state of the art computer’s at counter with Cashiers waiting to provice Customer service, 1st impression it looks like it should have been put in a bigger space with more of a family style dine in area. Don’t see adaquete parking for fast easy take-out, most spaces seems filled and very tight parking and no courtesy when parking everyone seems to just keep going with no regard to other’s in parking lot. Will check out dine in experience. Update to follow.

  2. #9-

    “A huge arrange of cooking area’s”
    Explain, please.

    Also, if you call them up, I think they’ll actually let you park your vehicle INSIDE the store so that you can get out of your car and order. Otherwise the Shoprite Plaza parking lot should be adequate.

  3. Its mamesh a nachas clal yisroel is gevaltik c what people do to mehane someone else noch a shtikel chulent noch a shtikel kugel thank you r’itche you have a. Hart of gold and thats all to give you a claear mind to to think. Thru a tosvos thank you haflai vofeleh

  4. Gasmius has invaded Lakewood. Now instead of small increments it is onto stage #2. I feel another catastrophe in the works if we don’t get our act together. The Mishiach might be here but he will have to wait until we are finished with our Sushi

  5. To #9: I would think that before making a blanket statement you should check out the prices and compare them to other restaurants in Lakewood. Also, fyi, the restaurants in Lakewood aare approximately 10-20 percent cheaper than most places in Brooklyn. It is nice of them to cater towards yeshivaleit.

  6. Yes, to answer your question about the parking lot of ShopRite, adequate parking spaces yes, to accommodate all the businesses no, have tested this many times in past few weeks at Lunch time, the chances of getting a spot has been limited and avoiding the demolition derby going on, is a whole other story of getting in and out.
    As for what I mean by the huge arrange of cooking space, as i commented a chefs dream I would see in a bigger building. What does Lakewood food prices have to do with brooklyn food prices? Don’t have to answer.. As for the prices I order take out more than a few times a year, American, Chinese etc, As I said will update if you get your monies worth. Don’t be so quick to jump the gun.
    As for catering to certain people consider that a worthless remark,
    we are all here to share our ethnicity not seperate. This has been tried before and did not work out well.

  7. can i order my food in chinese? will yitzi be there to ring me up? can i have extra duck sauce with my order? do they have fortune cookies? so many questions…….

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