Elmas holds Ribbon Cutting Grand Opening Celebration

Parsippany-Troy Hills Economic Development Vice Chairman Frank Cahill, Chairman Robert Peluso, Adnan Sarkj, Co-Owners Mini Ismail and Syed Abdulhai, Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce Board Member Nicolas Limanov, Parsippany-Troy Hills Mayor Michael Soriano, Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce Board Member Ildiko Peluso, and Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce Committee Chairperson Barbara Freda celebrating the grand opening ribbon cutting of Elmas

PARSIPPANY — Elmas, located at 1561 Route 46, held a Ribbon Cutting Grand Opening Celebration on Saturday, November 9.

Elmas serves a Turkish and Mediterranean Cuisine. “Elmas” means diamond, and like the name, the restaurant is one of a kind.

They are a business all about family. So, when you enter the restaurant, they hope you feel like you are in the kitchen while still experiencing fine dining. The chefs carefully craft their bread, kebabs, and desserts to give you a taste of what it is like in Adana, Turkey. Above everything else, they guarantee fresh and high-quality Turkish food.

The kitchen is available to take orders Sunday and Tuesday to Thursday from 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. On Fridays and Saturdays, the kitchen will be able to take orders from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. We hope to see you soon! Click here to view their menu.

Elmas is located at 1561 Route 46 East. For more information call (973) 917-4700 or click here.

Elmas is a member of the Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce.

Parsippany-Troy Hills Economic Development Committee welcomes Elmas to Parsippany. From left to right, Mayor Michael Soriano, Chairman Robert Peluso, Vice Chairman Frank Cahill, owners Mina Ismail and Syed Abdulhai. Little Robert Peluso stands in front.
Safa Syed, daughter of the owners, presents Mayor Michael Soriano with a bouquet of flowers in appreciation of his support.