This is such a cool place for a special dinner or out with the gang. The owners are art collectors and the ambiance is really interesting. There are 2 separate rooms for small or medium parties. One would be perfect for appetizers and drinks while watching a game. You just have to see the African furniture. Words don't do it justice.
There are vegan choices on the prix fixe menu as well as a la carte items. The salad dressing is creamy. The soup was our favorite. The fried plantain was crisp and not greasy at all. The accompanying sauce was perfect.
Entrees were spicy, but not over the top. We had 3 different ones. All were tasty.
I don't like rice pudding - except for theirs. It is served warm and is dry as opposed to the soupy glop so often served.
The service is great and the owners will cater to your needs. We now just go in and say, "Feed me." We don't look at a menu and have a different meal every time.
Zen Fusion is BYOB. There is a beer take out across the street at the Deer Head or a full liquor store and Brewski's beer store 5 minutes away by car.
The town of Delaware Water Gap is a trailhead for the Appalachian Trail. There is a fantastic jazz club across the street from Zen Fusion, The Deer Head Inn. I would definitely book a room there, go for a hike, pop over to Zen Fusion for dinner can catch the phenomenal jazz talent at the Deer Head.
They are open for lunch and dinner Thurs-Sun so you have plenty of opportunity to delight on the Caribbean flavors
Cons: BYOB, Oil used in most items