Ficus Bon-Vivant: International Fusion Café in the Heart of Princeton

Ficus is a new modern café and restaurant opening on the corner of Nassau and Olden streets. Ficus, prides themselves on serving delicious and healthy international fusion dishes and beverages. The menu takes inspiration from around the world, including delicious salad bowls, sandwiches, and fine entrées. Ficus’ menu is the result of thoughtful collaboration and attention to detail. The experienced culinary team uses a variety of spices and garnishes to reimagine classic dishes, from beef stews and prosciutto sandwiches to salmon bowls and quinoa salads. Mediterranean, East Asian, and European ingredients and flavors are combine to create unique dishes on our evolving menu.

Ficus offers meals perfect for any time of day and their beverage selections are no different. At Ficus’ beverage counter, a wide variety of hot and cold drinks are available. Their signature drink is the FBV Latte — a smooth, unique blend of coffee and tea. Similarly, our Teapresso combines the flavor of tea with the strength of coffee. If your looking for something refreshing, their bubble teas have a healthy, natural fruit base and all their teas are brewed with quality loose leaves only.

A beautiful, newly renovated café atrium provides a spacious and socially-distanced take-
out experience which began on January 6th. Later in the spring, they are scheduled to open a
beautiful, multi-room upper floor. The second floor will have its own dinner menu for guests to enjoy as well as the ability to BYOB! Ficus will also have private dinning rooms available for reservations making it the perfect place to host lunch meetings or bigger dinner parties.

Ficus hopes to see you soon!

Please visit their website for menus and more information.

Press release by Ficus Bon Vivant
Edited by Vanessa Hernandez
Co-Founder BFNJ

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