130 locations

Kanella

tv show: The Best Thing I Ever Ate

As a bonus, the service is prompt and friendly, the dining area is extremely pleasant, and the place is BYO. Prices were SO reasonable for the amount and quality of food. Can't wait to go back (...and write an update while the meal is still fresh in my mind!)

1001 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107, USA

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Amada

tv show: The Best Thing I Ever Ate

Oh what can I say.. I've been to Amada for a few times, including the one in Atlantic City. The good surprises me EVERYTIME I went.

219 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106, USA

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Parc

tv show: The Best Thing I Ever Ate

I can't help but formulate a Yelp review inside my head practically every time I come to Parc (dork alert). My betwixt and between mind has finally settled on the decision that this is my favorite restaurant in Philadelphia. That's an incredibly bold statement, especially for me.

227 South 18th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103, USA

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Franklin Fountain

tv show: The Best Thing I Ever Ate

But I just had my first visit here last Saturday, after a night that included Dim Sum Garden and Nan Zhou Hand Drawn Noodles (don't act like you're not impressed with this). And one $9 chocolate malted milkshake later...

116 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106, USA

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Tony Luke's

tv show: The Best Thing I Ever Ate

What can you say about Tony Luke's? It's a Philadelphia staple. The sandwiches here are absolutely delicious. Naturally I would suggest the cheesesteak. They have BBQ fries as well, but stay away from them. I got a side of them and felt like I had to whipe off the seasoning off each frie before I ate it.

26 East Oregon Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19148, USA

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The Pretzel Boys

tv show: Throwdown! with Bobby Flay

I'm probably in the minority here, but, to me, nothing beats a kinda-cold, mysteriously wet soft pretzel. Please don't psychoanalyze that statement. I'm not projecting.

1401 Bridgetown Pike, Feasterville-Trevose, PA 19053, USA

Tony Luke's

tv show: Throwdown! with Bobby Flay

This is the correct address if you are trying to find this place through GPS. My review can be found for the other place though since a majority of the reviews are there.

26 E Oregon Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19148, USA

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Zahav

tv show: Unique Eats

I went with my family for my birthday. We all did the Mesibah complete chef tasting menu. It was posed to us that the Chef would be pretty much choosing what we ate. We started with a Salatim & Hummus with Laffa. This was essentially an assortment of small salads (carrots, beets, eggplants, green beans, etc.), two variants of Hummus, and the Laffa (a type of flatbread). The Turkish Hummus was extremely flavorful and the texture was very light but creamy. The Salatim's were good but they were nothing to difficult or substantial. Then there was a selection of the Mezze plates. I assume that every time you go this selection will change as it is the Chef's choice. We had the Crispy Haloumi (a wonderful dish that I imagine is a sort of cream cheese and jelly of the Levant (that's Israel btw). The Fried cauliflower was light and crispy. The Beef Cheek Pastilla and the House Smoked Sable were both very good dishes as well. The Sable was served over a sort of french toast (sounds weird but it works).

237 St James Pl, Philadelphia, PA 19106, USA

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Vedge

tv show: Unique Eats

Out of the five dishes we ordered including dessert, I was satisfied by all and extremely impressed by most, which is rarely the case even at non-vegetarian restaurants. This might just be my favorite restaurant in Philly and I will definitely be coming back!

1221 Locust Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107, USA

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Paesano's

tv show: Unique Eats

My father, brother and I were taking a drive into Pennsylvania and drove through Philly. It wasn't our destination but we were hungry. So a quick look at Yelp and suggestion from my brother's friend and we found Paesanos.

152 West Girard Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19123, USA

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Federal Donuts

tv show: Unique Eats

Wait a hot minute. Donuts AND fried chicken? Sounds too good to be true (or good). But it is AMAZING.

1219 South 2nd Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147, USA

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Osteria

tv show: Unique Eats

With 300+ reviews, I feel like foolish posting a review, but, i'm off of work and have nothing else going on.

640 North Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19130, USA

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Amada

tv show: Unique Eats

Oh what can I say.. I've been to Amada for a few times, including the one in Atlantic City. The good surprises me EVERYTIME I went.

219 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106, USA

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Talula's Table

tv show: Unique Eats

My overall experience a Talula's Table was enjoyable however after waiting one year for our reservation and the high price per person, I expected more with regard to the food presentation and taste.

102 W State Street, Kennett Square, PA 19348, USA

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Vetri Ristorante

tv show: Unique Eats

I've had 4 months to write a review about Vetri and I'm still at a loss for words for how I should describe my meal. Is there a level above perfect? Because there should be, and it should be called Vetri (Merriam-Webster, update your dictionary now).

1312 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107, USA

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