444 S. Bethlehem PikeLafayette Ave.
Fort Washington, PA 19034
So glad that brunch is served at 8 AM on Sundays. I love the menu with unusual assortment of salads with international flavors (Thai Chicken, Mediterranean Salmon, Burritos) in addition to a more familiar menu of pancakes, eggs benedict etc. What's more important is that all the dishes are prepared with fresh ingredients and the presentations are pleasing to the eye. Only negative is that the tables are close together.
8142 Germantown Ave.Hartwell Ln.
Philadelphia, PA 19118
Had not been for a long time and was expecting fresh and well prepared fish. My trout was heavily coated in over buttered bread crumbs and the fish was overcooked. What a waste of good fish. All it takes is to overcook it to make the dish unpalatable. Too bad. The other diners had the tilapia that seemed a little better prepared but did not make up for sitting amidst tables that had not been cleared. This is n neighborhood locale and I wanted it to be good. I doubt whether I would return.
723 Chestnut St.bet. 7th & 8th Sts.
Philadelphia, PA 19106
Went for lunch recently and found it still to be very good. The quality of ingredients and skill in preparation and presentation all made for an enjoyable experience. Lunch prices are higher than normal but the quality of even the most mundane dishes such as ramen was excellent; not too salty broth, with just the right amount of fresh tasting vegetables and noodles made it one of the best in the city.
Much improved decor since the renovation. No longer looks like any ole diner. The menu is not as creative as it could be but the sweet potato fries were crispy and soft and flavorful on the inside. What more could you ask for?