Here is our list of the Ten best restaurants on East Passyunk Ave!
A South Philly favorite sets forth a minimal, yet refined cafe atmosphere. Noord presents it’s beautifully crafted homemade Dutch fare in this setting.
Sister restaurants with Laurel, ITV or In the Valley, is a French inspired restaurant with American cuisine. It has an extensive wine list and a superb selection of seasonal cocktails. It is the perfect setting for small plates and a delicious drink.
Chef Lou Boquila, a native of the Philippines, uses his background as a source of inspiration when creating imaginative dishes. Boquila is introducing Philly to the distinctive Filipino cuisine that he has known since he was child.
7Bing Bing Dim Sum
Although Ben and Shawn are not experts in the authentic or traditional Asian cuisine, they pride themselves on keeping it real. Putting chorizo in a dumpling, Bing Bing and Ben and Shawn are dishing out their unique take on dim sum.
Each dish is composed with respects to the French tradition yet, they are coupled with modern techniques, adding excitement into every bite. Will offers an elegant four-course tasting menu every Sunday and every third Tuesday in which they present a five course single ingredient focused selection.
Sourcing every ingredient to the surrounding area of Philadelphia, Le Virtú prepares dishes that are rooted or inspired by the cuisine of Abruzzo. Rarely visited by tourists and sparsely populated, it is a region in Italy that marinates both coastal and mountainous fare.
Saté Kampar, a James Beard Award Semifinalist, is making its mark in South Philly. Saté Kampar is Malaysian restaurant that specializes in street food. Specifically, it focuses on saté which is marinated meat that is grilled over coconut shell charcoal.
Townsend’s elegant French cuisine shadows the seasons, cultivating the restaurant’s fine dining atmosphere. Generating an impeccable synergy between the wine and food, general manager and sommelier, Lauren Harris, discovers wines to perfectly match each bite.
Three friends with three different set of skills set out to create a contemporary American restaurant. From Fond’s inception in 2009, the three friends have excelled through the expertly refined, yet enchanting layers of flavors in each of their dishes.
In an cozy 26-seat dining room, Laurel does its own take on modern French restaurants. Focusing on simplicity of its ingredients, Laurel offers a chic tasting menu that is worth every penny.