by Claudia G. on
I finally got to try this place last week, and was blown away. I got the top end tasting menu which was worth every penny! Dishes were prepared beautifully, the staff were pleasant and helpful, and we all had a fantastic time. One of my best experiences in Philadelphia.
by Tobias Geraldo on
We went here for lunch and sat on the heated patio. It was not busy, but service was slightly slow. Anyway, I ordered the fish and chips. The fish was huge and excellent (probably the best I've had around here), but the chips were disappointing for a couple reasons: (1) they were potato chips, not "chips" (fries) like almost all fish and chips come with and (2) they were cold and not fresh. So it was good and bad - just get some regular "chips" (just cut the potatoes into sticks instead of slices) and make sure they are fresh and hot and that is one incredible meal. I haven't had it, but the Celtic grill sandwich looked pretty impressive as well. Overall, it seems like pretty good food for a decent price. I'd like to go back and try more things here. 3.5
by Sab L. on
Dear 111 Minna, I was a patron at your fine establishment this past Friday, and, while I had an excellent time hanging out with my friends, I couldn't help but notice a few elements in the experience that were lacking. Here are some pointers: * When the mean height of the women at a club is about 2" higher than that of all the guys, you know it's a bad sign. Ok ok I know you really can't control the height of your patrons, so maybe I should give you a pass on this one. * Your bartenders were very nice but somehow, they kept forgetting to put alcohol in the drinks that I ordered. I'm sure this was just an oversight, but I didn't pay $10 for a glass of straight Redbull... hopefully next time I will find some vodka in there as well. * Maybe you can install a fan or something. If I wanted to go to a sauna, I wouldn't have spent an hour doing my hair and makeup just so that I could sweat all of it off. * DECIDE ON WHAT YOU WANNA BE. An art gallery? A club? A live music venue? Mixing all of them together rarely works. Can you say identity crisis? * Fire that b8ch at the door. When people get in on a guestlist, leave, and attempt to come back in, you shouldn't charge them cover. Or at least WARN them beforehand that they're gonna have to fork over some change. Fix the above problems and maybe we can work out a 3-star rating. Love, Sab L.