Find out what International restaurants to try in Gloucester City. Gloucester City is a city in Camden County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the city's population was 11,456, reflecting a decline of 28 (-0.2%) from the 11,484 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn declined by 1,165 (-9.2%) from the 12,649 counted in the 1990 Census. It is located directly across the Delaware River from Philadelphia and the Port of Philadelphia.
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4 based on 556 reviews
I donât care if anything else is here is not great.. but the the cheese steak egg rolls!!! OMG! They were sooo delicious. Just the perfect fried egg rolls with philly cheese steak. And absolute must try!!!! The avocado appetizer was delicious as well. The drinks are pretty strong!
4 based on 108 reviews
Fond is a Contemporary American Restaurant, with eclectic flavors & fresh, seasonal ingredients. Run by three friends, guests can expect to feel welcome & relaxed. We now offer a full bar as well as a wine and beer list. We offer BYOB from Tuesday to Thur
We really enjoyed our trip out to this neighborhood for a nice leisurely dinner and evening. The charming environment is boutique and small and the service was very attentive and knowledgeable. The food was very good. With all that said it seemed a tad bit more expensive than the actual experience provided for. This may be simply a function of how small it is and a need to cover costs.
4 based on 638 reviews
FARMiCiA is the conception of Kevin Klause, James Barrett & Wendy Smith Born (owners of Metropolitan Bakery), who share a vision of a restaurant that captures the pleasures of simply crafted food & excellent beverages served in a relaxed yet lively enviro
A busy and popular restaurant. We called in for lunch and were seated quickly. The service was efficient and friendly and we both enjoyed our meals. Our fellow diners seemed to be predominantly local workers out on their lunch break so there was quite a brisk turnover of tables. A nice relaxed atmosphere with a good buzz and we are glad we tried it.
4 based on 169 reviews
I am usually not a big fan of vegan foot, but my daughter is vegan and so we had to find a restaurant that meets her needs. In New York we have been to a vegan one Michelin star restaurant.......VStreet was much better!!! The food is very tasty and has different textures. The staff is great, too! We have been in VStreet twice in three days and we will definitely come back when we are in Philadelphia again!
4 based on 1184 reviews
Mid afternoon lunch, greeting by two very nice young ladies both smiling and professional. Tables occupied but not a waiting line seated right away. Waiter was happy and helpful. We had a Dim Sum Sampler and Bento lunch choice of three differnt items. All the food was served eye appeal and was just as good when we ate it. Nice atmosphere while dining, however would reccomend they take down the food stained white curtains and wash them or replace them every so often, toooo many stains for my liking. Would I go back for the food yes
4 based on 983 reviews
Three of us recently had dinner here on a Saturday night. Reservations were made online and we were eagerly anticipating this meal, being Morimoto fans and having read so many positive reviews of this restaurant. It did not disappoint! We were promptly seated at our reservation time by a friendly hostess and appreciated the interesting decor with the ever changing colors and sense of waves with the architecture.As appetizers we chose the wagyu dumplings and whitefish carpaccio, both were amazing. Two of us had the duck entree and the other had the black cod. Again these were two of the better preparations of these items that we've ever had. Desserts were all on the money with the tea cake being a standout. We also had a few cocktails and those maintained the overall high quality.Service was exceptional throughout the meal.Go here, spend some money and have a fantastic memorable dinner! One tip, keep your eyes open as it's kind of hard to notice the restaurant from the street.
4 based on 821 reviews
Born out of Robert & Raquel DeAbreu's desire to create a comfortable, welcoming place that served great food at great prices; Sabrinaâs CafÃ© opened in 2001 serving up now infamous staples like Stuffed Challah French Toast, The Barking Chihuahua, and their
Sabrina's in Wynnewood has become our favored go-to breakfast spot during our visits to the Philly area the past two Summers. This month we visited three times. It is consistency well cooked egg dishes and excellent service. This years favorites for my wife were the create-your-own-omlets, and for me the huevos rancheros and the 2 eggs with scrapple. The potatoes are excellent.
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