Best International restaurants nearby. Discover the best International food in Darby. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for International restaurants near you.. Darby is a borough in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, United States, along Darby Creek 5 miles (8.0 km) southwest of downtown Philadelphia. Darby was settled about 1654 and inhabited by Quakers early in the colonial era. Incorporated on May 3, 1853, it had 3,429 residents in 1900, 6,305 in 1910, 10,334 in 1940, and 10,687 at the 2010 census.
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 944 reviews
Deceivingly large restaurant on multiple floors. Excellent and attentive waitstaff with a large bar menu. The food menu was quite extensive and showed of the best of Cuba. From the seviches to the main dishes, all was superb.
4 based on 421 reviews
Opened in 2007 based off the same love for food, quality ingredients, and good friends that flourished Sabrinaâs Cafe in the Italian Market; Sabrina's Cafe and Spencerâs Too hopes to satisfy even the loneliest of tummy's with behemoth portions and decaden
This really popular cafÃ© has fantastic meals with great portions. My forest mushroom frittata was amazing! I recommend adding yourself to the Yelp waitlist; I heard walk-ins for 2 or 3 people were told a 60-75 minute wait-time at around noon/12:30 PM. Because it was so crowded, the waitstaff were a bit harried, but our waitress was also very friendly and was able to make accommodations when we wanted to customize a dish.
4 based on 327 reviews
Having heard raves reviews from friends regarding this restaurant, we took our chances on a late Sunday afternoon. We had a problem finding the actual site but after finally finding our way through the winding lanes, we were quite pleasedâright on the scenic Delaware across from the Philadelphia Airport. The elegantly decorated restaurant was fullâindoors and outdoors. The indoor dining room noise level was almost deafening so we opted for the outside veranda on this beautiful, but very warm evening. While waiting for our dinner, we were entertained by a soloist with accompaniment and the arriving planes--within minutes of each other, that strangely enough were barely heard. For dinner, we shared a rather large tomato caprese as a starter. My crab cake was full of lump crab meat. My companionâs crabby delight was a mÃ©lange of seafood. We enjoyed both. The upcharge on the wine was steep but our Sauvignon blanc was worth it. All topped off by sharing a slice of key lime pie for dessert. The restaurant had adequate parking despite the crowd that evening. Try it--youâll like it.
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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