Best Brunch I've had in Philadelphia. I had been to Supper once for dinner and was thrilled with everything! The food, atmosphere, and service. The menu was creative and tasty, which was perfect for my family, I love sea food, my husband is a meat and potatoes guy, and my teenager is a vegatrian so it's diffucult for us to all find a place that we all can enjoy, and we finally did! I was pleased when I found out that Supper did Brunch on Sundays, as I make sure my family gets together on Sundays to spend together, and this was the perfect place for it. We went father's day and everything was unbeliveable. I am going back this Sunday for Brunch and I am very excited
Excellent fresh food!. When you walk in you immediately notice that Supper has nothing to hide. The kitchen is open, the decor is minimal but pretty, and the food reflects that vibe. There aren't any HUGE plates or overwhelming sauces, just well prepared meals that have great flavor. There were a lot of familiar flavors and lots of vegetarian choices, yet there was a distinctive flair to everything we ate. The desert was TERRIFIC! I can't wait to eat here again.
Thank god it's two blocks from our house. When Supper opened just two blocks from our house we waited about two months before we ate there because we have so many favorites in the city already. When we finally went in it was for drinks after a dinner we had at another restaurant. The service was great, the drinks were creative, so we returned the following week for dinner. It was one of our best "suppers" in Philly ever. The tangerine soup was flawless, the pork belly was done to perfection. We then returned the very next week for brunch. It is now our favorite brunch spot hands down. What a great departure from the shabby-shabby places like the morning glory and Sabrina?s that are filled with mobs of suburban families, and wana-be hipsters. The chef, Mitch, is friendly, the staff is warm, the decor is beautiful without being over-stated. Thank god for Supper, we love it there.
Outrageously expensive. Avoid this restaurant if you're hungry. The portions are miniscule for the price. I was there on March 28, 2008. Be prepared to spend a lot for a little.
Fab Philly foodie couple Mitch and Jennifer Prensky of Global Dish Caterers open a South Street winner that gently pushes the gastronomy envelope..
Longtime local caterers extraordinaire strike an unusual balance between cutting-edge and warm and inviting. Upscale and modern, Supper is kind of like having dinner at a very together friend's pad. Luckily, your newly found friend just happens to be a world-class chef. Contemporary New American fare finds inspiration in Italian and French techniques. The menu is arranged into Tartines, Hors d'Oeuvres and Plates, making for a fun and creative way to sample and indulge.
Truly one of Philly's finest!!. This is truly one of Philadelphia's finest! It is a delight to fine a place where the food is outstanding, the atmosphere warm and friendly, and the portions very European in size, a delight. If you are looking for a typical American restaurant where one portion of very average food can feed a family of four, this is not for you. However, if you love truly great food which pairs many unique ingredients prepared and served like some of the best meals I have had in Europe, this IS for you. My recommednations are the Chicken wings, and Wild Boar appetizers, the Butternut Squash Gnocchi with a brown butter sauce, the Short Ribs, the Scallops, and any of the wonderful desserts. It was a pleasure having the chef visit our table. The meal is pricey, but worth every bite. We will be back soon.
Small portions, poor service for some reason means high prices.. I had high hopes for this restaurant, unfortunately I was greatly dissapointed. Had a great view that overlooked South Street. This ended up being the highlight of the meal. Our watiress muttered a few comments after finally stopping by our table approximately fifteen minutes after we were seated. Barely welcoming us to the restaurant we felt less than welcome. The restaurant stresses the first courses as being bigger than normal appetizers but smaller than regular entrees. The only thing bigger than an appetizer was the price. The food is over priced and the portions do not equate to what you are paying for. The highlight of the night was running across the street to Whole Foods where I picked up some nice desserts that was worth the price.
Best romantic spot in Philadelphia.. Truly unique and refreshing addition to the Philadelphia restaurant scene. Great food and service. The bar was great were we had cucumber gimlets before seating down. The concept of small plates allows you to make your own personalized tasting menu. Nice touch having the owner / chef visit tables. Keep up the good work.
AVOID AVOID AVOID. this is the first review i've written, and i usually think people with negative things to say are overly picky -- but i just have to tell you all how awful this restaurant is. it's PAINFUL how hard they've tried to make it "upscale" -- emphasis on the quotes. from the ridiculous names of the food, to the high price of each dish, to the TINY portions. it's like they tried to do every cliche thing that would make a restaurant into a fancy shmancy "high class" joint...oh, except for one all-important element: GOOD FOOD. the dishes were completely blah. and one dish in particular stands out -- i'd say, out of the tiny chunk of meat they gave us (and which, of course, was exhorbitantly priced), 50% was fat. so there you have it -- if you've got some money to spend on a nice meal, save it for a restaurant that will satisfy, on all counts.
Supper's Super!. This is possibly the best restaurant in Philly. A homey, welcoming place with top-notch ambiance, no attitude, fast service, quality ingredients and innovative yet simple meals. A healthy supper for the distinguished palate--made to order--without pretense or haughtiness. If it were just a tad bit less expensive we would be regulars.
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