Requiring more room to accommodate the crowds that flock to their sister restaurant, Iberia, the owners have realized their dream of building a palatial Portuguese / Spanish restaurant.
Iberia Peninsula is one of the most spectacular restaurants ever to be constructed in New Jersey. Cathedral ceilings, stainless steel topped bar stretching as far as the eye can see, brick, marble, and large barbeque pits make up this enormous restaurant. There are two large dining rooms. Both above and below the main restaurant are several beautifully decorated rooms of varying sizes for private parties.
Our trademark fare is Rodizio - ten different selections. The waiter will bring you skewers of barbequed chicken, filet mignon, pork, turkey, ribs, sausage and more, until you say stop. Very popular is the "Parrilhada" - a heaping seafood platter for two, prepared with lobster, jumbo shrimp, clams, mussels, garlic shrimp, calamari, flounder, and saffron rice. Also popular are whole lobsters, 1-6 lbs., gigantic 24 oz. lobster tails, salt cod, steaks, and clams in garlic sauce.