50 Best Restaurants in Philadelphia: 2013 » supper_philadelphia_best_restaurants
Chef/owner Mitch Prensky didn’t invent upscale comfort food, but he’s trying hard to perfect it. His recipe: Meld thoughtful cooking and a light hand with a dose of Jewish grandma, a sprinkle of Southern flair, some whimsy, and superlative bounty from a farm that grows stuff just for him. The results are quintessentially American.
Bonus Points: For the playful brunch, with dishes like a pastrami chicken salad sandwich, a house-made hot dog, biscuits and country ham, and duck fat fries that aren’t awful.
Green Thumb: Prensky is well on his way to sourcing 100 percent of his produce through his partners at Blue Elephant Farm, making Supper one of the most purely local and seasonal restaurants in town.
Visit one of the 50 Best Restaurants in Philadelphia:
Supper, 926 South Street, 215-592-8180.