Restaurant Roundup: Asian Box to Maido! and Tip O'Leary's
Patch reviews Asian Box, Tip O’Leary’s Pub, Campbell’s Place, Sukhothai, Luigi and Giovanni, Generations, Wired Beans Café, 8 East Bar and Restaurant, The Silverspoon, Angelo and Josephine’s Gourmet Foods Market, Diane’s Sidewalk Deli and Maido!.
Looking for a good restaurant to go to this weekend?
Ardmore-Merion-Wynnewood Patch brought you the details of Asian Box Thursday. This cash-only Asian eatery has numerous options like steamed dumplings, noodles, ginger chicken and skewered meats. Vegetarian items appear as well. Our reviewer was not very pleased with the experience however. Click here for the review.
Here are some other area restaurants that Patch reviewed this week:
If you’re ever searching for some quality green tea, gluten-free soy sauce or just a well made affordable lunch, head to this hidden gem off of the main drag in Narberth. The chicken curry and Japanese pancake had us both begging for more. Click here for the review.
A wonderful neighborhood spot for a great pint of beer, a game of pool, a decent burger or all of the above. The crowd ranges from 8-80 at this local pub and potatoes show up everywhere. Click here for the review.
Stop in for delicious maple brussel sprouts, fish and chips and a positively heavenly burger. The ambiance is comforting and you’ll definitely be back for more. Click here for the review.
Get a taste of Thailand without leaving Havertown at this BYOB. The beef drunken noodles, pad thai and mango sticky rice dessert are out of this world. Sweet, salty, sour and tart flavors combine in harmony from your first to last course. Click here for the review.
Can’t afford a trip to Italy but dream about the food over there? Head to this market and deli and shop ‘til you drop. Imported olive oil is just the tip of the iceberg--the fresh pastas, San Marzano tomatoes, cured meats, olive selection and Italian coffees surround you from the moment you set foot in the store. Click here for the review.
The famous crab cakes truly are among the best things on the menu here. For those who are watching their wallets, the $20, three-course prix fixe is a steal of a deal. The dining room is reminiscent of your rich uncle’s study so loud boisterous conversation is unwelcome. Click here for the review.
I love any place that has La Colombe coffee, Bassett’s ice cream, freshly baked bread and free Wi-Fi. This place has it all and still manages to serve up a mighty fine breakfast sandwich. Click here for the review.
This trendy see and be seen spot actually has tasty food. The spinach and artichoke wontons, chicken parmesan and veggie options offers something for everyone. Click here for the review.
Can a local boy make good by returning home after years in the Bay Area? Absolutely. He honed his skills in kitchens in San Francisco but has had packed his knives and gone back to the Main Line to revamp his parents’ restaurant. The guy loves to cook and teach and the residents of Wayne are the better for it. Click here for the Meet the Chef.
How can you not love the food that comes from a kitchen using recipes from the old country? Patricia McGonagle grew up cooking with her mother, who grew up cooking with her mother. Every sandwich, tuna salad and cannoli is made to order. There are no pre-packaged menu items here and you can taste the difference. Click here for the Meet the Owner.
Stop in for bright and cheery décor, friendly service and breakfast items that stick to your ribs. The creamed chipped beef and tomato stuffed with chicken salad stand out although you may want to keep your salt and pepper shaker handy when having the chicken salad. Click here for the review.