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Cuisine: Asian, Chinese
Alcohol: Full Bar
Meals Served: Dinner, Lunch
- Hours: Monday through Thursday: 11 a.m. – 10 p.m.; Friday and Saturday: 11 a.m. – 11 p.m.; Sunday, 11:30 a.m. – 10p.m.
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The Rittenhouse DanDan was an instant success. In just two years, owners Kevin and Catherina “Cat” Huang grew their first restaurant into the neighborhood’s premier spot for solid noodles and dumplings, giving 9-to-5ers and the happy hour hordes something to sweat about without having to leave the comfy confines of Center City.
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We have a wall at the office entirely given over to a Post-It Note snapshot of everything happening in the Philly restaurant world at this given moment. Hundreds of yellow squares, on which are written the names of restaurants, initials, arrows and mysterious heiroglyphs that only Art and I (and mostly I) can understand.
The Post-Its move. Get grouped, get broken up. The restaurants we love and the restaurants we hate are all represented (in wildly unequal numbers). Restaurants that are coming–addresses chosen, opening dates optimistically scheduled–have their own space, as do established and open restaurants whose reviews are in the works. Lately, that particular section of wall has been growing crowded. There are just so many goddamn restaurants coming (it’s spring, that happens) that it feels overwhelming.
So with six months of (mostly) weekly reviews behind me, and dozens of new openings incoming, I figured this might be a good time to look back and highlight the best moments of the past six months–places that you might’ve missed, places that you really ought to get to (if you haven’t already) before the lure of new-new restaurants becomes too overpowering.
So let’s start with…
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Photo courtesy of DanDan
When DanDan first opened, they brought to the game a kind of sleek, sexy and modern version of the Szechuan cuisine Philly loves, then jazzed up the board with a sharp hit of Taiwanese flavors and specialties. And since switching the lights on last year on 16th Street, the menu has not changed all that much.
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