Talula’s Daily Reviewed


Late Summer Farmstead Collection | Photo by Courtney Apple

Trey Popp says it’s a shame that Talula’s Daily’s chef Scott Megill’s dinner was interrupted by a sales pitch.

But somewhere before dessert and the individually tailored cheese course, our cheerful waitress broke the enchantment of Aimee Olexy’s ode to homespun coziness by delivering what you’d have to call a sales pitch. Everything on the table, she divulged, was a product for sale by Anthropologie.

Two-and-a-half stars – Good to Excellent

Philadelphia Restaurant Review: Talula’s Daily [Philadelphia Magazine]

Talula’s Daily [Philadelphia Magazine]

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  • CSKid

    I want to like this place, but I can’t seem to enjoy myself when I’m there. It just doesn’t have an identity – even the staff don’t seem to know what it is.

  • Joe

    Overhyped and overpriced

  • GeneralTso

    Mr. Popp loved talula’s garden too. Starr just hypes up theses places and it is a shame. Laban will not fall for orange scented meatballs, gross. Meatballs seem to be the go to dish over there. We had them recently, although they were made with lamb.

    All of those soups are probably Bryan Sikora’s creations.

  • t

    It’s a shame that foobooz is interrupted by a sales pitch: