Restaurant Roundup: The Grog to Paramour
Patch reviews The Grog, MilkBoy Coffee, Chestnut Hill Cheese Shop, Mandarin Kitchen, Evviva, Sorrento’s Italian Restaurant, Sweet Elizabeth’s and Paramour at the Wayne Hotel.
Looking for a good restaurant to go to this weekend? Check out other area restaurants that Patch reviewed this week:
Stop in for some excellent fish and chips and great beer selection. If you’re like me, you’ll want to head in earlier rather than later to avoid the boisterous crowds. Click here for the review.
A perfectly balanced pumpkin latte and vegan scrapple await you at this leisurely coffee shop which now offers table service. Bring your computer, there is free wi-fi to boot. Click here for the review.
A gourmet bonanza right in Chestnut Hill that offers more than just a killer selection of cheese, this shop has it all. Enjoy the Maytag Blue, picholine olives, pate, chocolates and other European delights. Click here for the review.
Most of the luncheon specials hover around the $5 mark despite being large enough to feed two. In this depressed economic climate it’s nice to know that there are still deals to be found. Try the General Tso’s chicken, it’s delicious. Click here for the review.
4 star food and 4 star service in an elegant dining room is available on the Main Line at this local BYOB. The butternut squash soup, salmon tartare and duck were out of this world. Click here for the review.
The bruschetta and gnocchi are great here, the service and wait are not. Better bet is to come during the week when it’s not as insane as it is on a Saturday night. Click here for the review.
A talented chef who has worked and opened more restaurants than he can remember is about to unleash his magic at this newly renovated restaurant. The food is lighter and more modern than at other places but just as delicious. Click here for the Meet the Chef.
She used to wake up before dawn just so she could go work at a French bakery. Now she has a bake shop of her very own and Manayunk is the luckier for it. Click here for the Meet the Chef/Owner.