Philly Blog Round Up

Tria is that old friend that you pick up the conversation with, like you haven’t been apart at all. Or if you rather, Tria is like those comfortable old jeans. But mainly Tria fits the bill for a big date or “solo nibble.”[Blogalicious]

How about a Georgian Easter? That’s what Elisa Ludwig had at Pirosmani in the Northeast. [Edible Complex]

Fried Asparagus, Chicken Bucca Bella, Eggplant Parmagiana and an excellent canoli make up this trip to Villa di Roma. [Foodaphilia]

It’s spiral sauced pizza at Franzone’s in Conshohocken [foodzings]

First was Penang, now it’s time to try Banana Leaf. No clear winner emerged but what’s wrong with having two favorite Malaysian places anyway? [foodzings]

Luscious and the Gastronomer go to for geleto at Capogiro everyday from March 27th to 31st. Sometimes twice a day and once, four times in a single day. See what these experts found to be their favorites. [gas•tron•o•my]

It’s a rare lunch date for Taylor, and Giwa, the Center City Korean spot on the 1600 block of Sansom Street is the place. [Mac & Cheese]

Marisa has a satisfying hit with Cafe de Laos. Sounds like the Mieng Kham appetizer is a must-order-dish. [Metroblogging]

Accidental knife toss aside, Hibachi Steakhouse provided good food and some tricks by the chef. [PhillyEats]

Be respectful of our online community and contribute to an engaging conversation. We reserve the right to ban impersonators and remove comments that contain personal attacks, threats, or profanity, or are flat-out offensive. By posting here, you are permitting Philadelphia magazine and Metro Corp. to edit and republish your comment in all media.