5 based on 65 reviews
Prompt. service. Bakery rolls fresh. Every bakery unique flavor/ texture.
Slight salt/ baking soda finish. D & W meats...ugg
Tomato pie dry or not fresh.. Drive to Paganos in Drexel Hill.. or bakery near Norristown if this is Important. Or lucky people outside of Wilm. De..Serpes Bakery.
Disappointing drive fueled by Yelp reviews. No obvious dining space. Take-out only.
4 based on 190 reviews
Pleasant waiter who was a bit flaky. No silverware on table despite the appetizers coming out. Asked for silverware and nothing. Asked another waiter who said he would get our waiter. Portions have greatly diminished. Side salad is half of what it used to be. Lettuce was soggy. My Parmesan crusted trout was burned... sister order a blue cheese wedge and it was half of usual. Not going back...
4 based on 247 reviews
The traditional Brazilian serving style of "Rodizio" originated in the Southern part of Brazil as a result of the form in which cowboys, or "Gauchos," cooked their cattle over an open flame, also known as "na Brasa". The style of cooking quickly spread throughout the country when knowledge of how the cooking technique left meats and poultry succulent and satisfying. <br> <br>Today, na'Brasa Brazilian Steakhouse keeps tradition alive with its unique and eventful style of dining. Guests are greeted by aromatic starters including Brazilian cheese bread and fried bananas. To tantalize your taste buds even further, na'Brasa's gourmet salad bar is compiled of thirty-three hot and cold items - a first course that sets a perfect complementary note to what's to come. The finest in meat select is brought to your table and carved table-side by your request and at your preferred temperatures. Guests are in complete control of their dining experience at na'Brasa.
Family get-together celebrating my sister's-in-law 50th birthday Over all quite good. Seated promptly after arriving, server was by our table in a reasonably short time although the cart bartender beat him to it by perhaps 2 minutes; no problem :) We always contended that Fogo...MoreHi! Thank you for your feedback and thank you for trying a variety of what we offer. I will be following up with our staff with the comments to improve our customers experience dining with us.
4.5 based on 39 reviews
While we don't often visit bakeries, when we do - such as for a special holiday - Lochel's Bakery is often our first choice. This past week's purchase of a delicious decorated Easter Egg pound cake, along with Easter Bunny sugar cookies & breakfast Danish proved to be no exception to the rule - everything was yummy & added to the beauty of our Easter table. Their pastry case selection is extensive & we are very partial to their chocolaty-good éclairs for a special treat.
4.5 based on 265 reviews
I am a total meat eater, so when my girlfriend suggested Blue Sage, I rolled my eyes...It was soooo good! I enjoyed the Farmhouse Cubano and the Tostones appetizer...Both were so full of flavor, I left feeling very full and satisfied! I would go here again...
4.5 based on 124 reviews
On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, Augusto's has a four course dinner for $44. It included soup or appetizer, salad, entree and dessert. I had mussels, Caesar salad, rack of lamb and chocolate mousse. All were well presented and delicious.
Others had different appetizers, salads, entrees and desserts. Everyone was pleased. Entrees included two steaks, salmon, crab cakes, chicken and more.
Service was excellent. Our waiter was from South Philly and sounded like it. He made ordering fun and kept the courses straight. Our orders were complex and he handled them well.
The place was an older building. The tables had table cloths and the chairs were comfortable. There was damage to the wall by our table. Otherwise the place was well maintained. The men's room was very clean.
I recommend the 4 for $44. Everyone at the table had to order it but it included almost everything on the regular menu. If I had paid full menu pricing it would have. Even $20 more. That would have been a fair but on the high side price. I likely would have skipped the $13.50 mussels but am glad that I did not have to do so.
If you go, you will enjoy the experience. I did.
4 based on 159 reviews
We were seated promptly in this busy restaurant located in a shopping center. They had a large menu and our server was quite helpful with our choices.
We had an open faced hot roast beef and hot roast Turkey meal with french fries. We shared an order of onion rings and took just a half order and it was more than enough for 2 people.
We will definitely return again.
5 based on 52 reviews
Yum Yum donuts are so good there is no reason to go anywhere else. The donuts are much bigger than the other popular chain donut shop and they are so much better tasting. A few favorites are the chocolate thunder and white lightning, and you can never go wrong with a glazed donut. The Big Kahuna birthday donut has become a big hit in my house. We used to go to the other donut shop, but for the past year we have switched permanently to Yum Yum with no plans of ever looking back.
4.5 based on 85 reviews
This is a nice little BYOB in a tiny strip shopping center. Few tables and not much ambiance, but we go to eat food, not stare at the walls.
The food was very good, with generous portions. The fried calamari and mussels red apps. were plentiful and tasty. My friend's lasagna was a large piece of nicely cooked pasta topped with two meatballs and sausage. My chicken portifino was a chicken beast, sauteed in white wine and garlic, topped with spinach, mozzerella cheese and crabmeat for $18.95. The service was good, but a little chaotic due to the number of waitstaff. If you like Italian food in a relaxed, neighborhood atmosphere, this place is for you.
4.5 based on 133 reviews
Very good sushi and a broad variety of it. Some of the rolls are very creative and for sure worth a trial. Friendly & helpful stuff. If you want to have a glas of wine, you have to bring your own.
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