This friendly, cozy Chinese restaurant, is located within walking distance from the Convention Center. Specialties include: spicy triple treasures, seafood Szechuan, Hunan shredded chicken, BBQ Spare Ribs. This is a smoke-free restaurant.
One of Chinatown's most beautiful restaurants, Ocean Harbor features Cantonese, Mandarin and Szechuan. Dim Sums served daily for lunch. There are also plenty of vegetarian dishes available. One of the non-vegetarian dishes that might catch your eye is Three Kings of Jellyfish, which is jellyfish served with squid, scallops and conch. The portions, like all portions here, are very generous. (Most of the other dishes contain absolutely no jellyfish, however.)
Ocean City in Chinatown specializes in Hong Kong-style cuisine. Hong Kong style is a fairly new addition to Chinatown, becoming more popular when many Hong Kong residents moved here at the end of the British lease on that Chinese city. They also serve a traditional Chinese Dim Sum lunch. The atmosphere is casually elegant; this is rare in Chinatown, where the quality of the food is not usually matched by attention to the surroundings. Banquet facilities are available for up to 500.
Located a half-block from the Convention Center, Vietnam Palace the Vietnamese gem serves some the most delicious Southeast Asian cuisines. Try the "Seven Course of Beef", Chicken Sauteed with lemon grass or even the traditional "Pho Tai" a beef noodle soup that is hearty enough to satisfy as a meal.
In the heart of Philadelphia's Chinatown, Joy Tsin Lau Chinese Restaurant serves all authentic Chinese cuisines, including Cantonese, Szechwan, and Mandarin. The restaurant combines impressive Imperial Chinese decor and an economical menu. They also feature Dim Sum seven days a weeks and a full bar. Banquet and Convention facilities accommodate upto 400 people in one room with a stage.
A fairly new warrior in the Chinatown restaurant wars, Penang has become one of the district's most popular for the Malaysian cuisine that most people just can't get at their neighborhood Asian eatery. Expect a wait on the weekend, day or night. The deep-fried fish dishes with Thai sauce and array of sweet and spicy chicken dishes bring in customers by the droves. Exotic arrangements that wouldn't even occur to most are served, including stingray and octopus entrees.
Located in Passyunk Square, Stogie Joe's Tavern offers a range of comfort food such as sandwiches, pizzas, strombolis, pastas, etc. The restaurant has an unpretentious environment, perfect to watch a game or enjoy a few drinks with friends. Locals recommend the pepperoni and cheese stromboli, the meatball sandwich as well as the roast pork sandwich. The dishes go well with a glass of craft beer or a cocktail, which are well-priced here. Having warm service and a relaxing ambience, Stogie Joe's Tavern is where you spend an enjoyable evening with your pals.
With a diverse menu of small plates and a talented kitchen team executing it, this East Passyunk watering hole appeals to those who like a bit of refinement to their bar bites. Whiskeys and wines are stars of the spirit list, with restrained, but high quality choices. Apart from this, the bar offers cocktails as well as a rotating selection of craft beers. Beyond the cheese plate and oysters, Stateside offers a delectable choice of small plates like bison tartare, Kampachi Crudo, foie gras torchon and bourbon glazed pork belly. Apart from this, there's also a choice of entrees like roasted poulet, pan seared duck breast and Angolotti. Check website for more.
Yakitori Boy & Japas Lounge is reminiscent to the Izakaya (Japanese pub) serving authentic Japanese cuisine in their signature 'japas' (tapas) portions. The restaurant's open kitchen showcases the culinary talents of their sushi & yakitori (grilled meats) chefs. The cozy, sleek haunt is done up in dark woods and calming shades of brown, black and cream. The contemporary menu features sushi rolls, grilled mackerel, traditional Japanese dishes, shrimp tempura roll, teriyaki dishes, and yakitori are a delight to the eyes with it beautiful presentation and to the palate for its wonderful flavor. They have a private karaoke room or bar where you can just enjoy singing away to glory. A great place to hang out with friends or family, let your hair down dancing or singing, or just relish the wonderful fare and lovely drinks.
Erawan Thai Cuisine is a BYOB restaurant serving authentic Thai food. The ambrosial food in Erawan lures you with its aroma, whetting your appetite, to feast on the gorgeous curries, hearty soups, delicious duck and seafood dishes, lovely noodles such as the sobering drunken noodle and pad see-ew, nice fried rice, vegetarian fare and more. You will just smile with a happy stomach filled with delightful food.
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