Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Best restaurants in Philadelphia.

The Fountain Restaurants in Philadelphia
The Fountain Restaurants in Philadelphia
The Fountain: Nestled in the lavish yet dignified lobby of the Four Seasons, with windows overlooking Logan Circle’s Swann Fountain, the oasis serves sophisticated American fare such as roasted duck breast with Asian barbecue glaze and hazelnut crusted soft-shell crash. A six course tasting menu is available.

Le Bec-Fin: The Fine Beak (more loosely, the Fine Palate) is arguably the best restaurant in Philadelphia. Louis XV furniture, apricot silk walls, and crystal chandeliers create a luxurious mise-en-scene. Owner chef Georges Perrier oversees every detail of the excellent haute French six course pirx fixe menu. For this restaurant reservation is a must.

Striped Bass Restaurant: A visually stunning room with 28 ft. ceilings is the background for such seafood specialties. Reservation is essential for this restaurant also.

Susanna Foo: contemporary Chinese artwork in a handsome dinning room sets the tone for chef owner Susanna Foo’s nationally acclaimed cuisine, which combines French technique and Western ingredients with pure, essentially Chinese dishes. Favorites include Hundred Corner Crab Cakes, tea smoked duck breast with grilled Asian pears, and rack of lamb with coconut sweet rice compote.

1 comment:

Lifestyle said...

lovely place, for romantic dinner..