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It doesn’t matter if you are craving a large hearty paella or just a sampling of delectable small dishes - Jamonera has an amazing selection of both. Strong rich flavors married with the freshest of produce can be enjoyed in this restaurant’s classy Gothic setting. Wines and other beverages with a slight Mediterranean twist are available here, too. The restaurant celebrates boldness and vibrancy in its food as well as in its interiors.
The Dandelion is a three story British gastropub in Philadelphia. This quaint restaurant and bar has many cozy rooms and bars creating an Old World aura where firewood crinkles in an oak mantle hearth and patrons decorate the wall hooks with coats and scarves, to savor the ever flowing casks, tap craft beers and delectable food or enjoy the tea service's sweet and savory menu. This intimate restaurant, warms your soul with its lovely interiors and sublime food. They serve lunch, tea, dinner and weekend brunch. The menu consists of great fish n chips, divine deviled eggs, tasty lamb shepherd's pie, slow-road pork belly with a cider vinegar glaze, a rabbit pie with oyster mushroom, yummy Sticky Toffee Pudding and much more. The Dandelion is a great place for a romantic date, hang out haunt and private events. Let the food and beer flow!
Brauhaus Schmitz is the brainchild of Doug and Kelly Hager. The creative German fare whipped by Jeremy Nolen is delicious and delightful. Whet your appetites with Sauerkraut Kroketten, Currywurst and Homemade Sausages. Savor their dishes like Schnitzel Sandwich, Sauerbraten, Paprikash and Potato Pancakes. Their beer hall has 30 tap brews of which 29 are from Germany and 77 bottled ones. If you are craving for authentic German fare and beer, then this is the place to be in.
Chef Jose Garces had come a long way since his graduation from culinary school. The Latin cuisines he dabbles in draw inspiration from Flamenco. Amada pays respect to this iconic Spanish tradition by organizing live music and dances once every week on the premises. The name of this restaurant means 'loved one' in Spanish and a lot of regulars will willingly vouch for it. Book in advance if you are interested in hosting a party or if you want to try the suckling pig.