This place is a must go for a very cool spot to eat. We had a specialty soda that was house-made and it was awesome! For a appetizer we had the charcuterie parfait and it was delicious! The Shepard’s pie and salmon were excellent also....More
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Fantastic food cooked just right and served well. The local stout is well worth trying. Food / Service / Value all rate 5/5 unable to input below.
We went without a reservation and got lucky and seated right away. The downtown location is easily walkable. The building is beautiful. The service was spot on, friendly, efficient and personable. The cocktails were excellent and the food was great. If I lived in Philly...More
You could easily imagine yourself in Britain given the ambiance, old exterior and interior bar area. The root vegetable soup was perfect for a chilly day. The salad with gorgonzola and walnuts was very good, too. Nice wine list.
Steven Starr restaurants excel at one thing above all else in our opinion - their cocktails - and Dandelion doesn't disappoint in this area. Really unusual and bold cocktails which seem to be a success on every order. The menu is fun british food: bangers...More
Well what can I say! This place has so much charm. We started at the bar downstairs! Mike our bar tender was such an exceptional bar tender. Get the roasted spicy nuts. We then preceded to dinner. This place is beautiful, food is delicious with...More
This place is very unique. Kitschy decor and unique seating. It is very tight but friendly. It’s so loud you won’t be interrupted by the close table beside you. Not necessarily a romantic spot. But great place to meet coworkers or family. I had the...More
Great food, great ambiance, great service. They have very inventive desserts that are delicious. The rabbit pot pie was amazing. There are at least two bar areas perfect for happy hour.
The Dandelion gastropub is housed in one of the most charming exterior buildings in the city. Every visit to Philadelphia we dine here. The restaurant has two floors, dimly lit & very cozy. We usually grab a seat at the downstairs bar. We enjoyed three...More