- Neighborhood: East Passyunk
- 1617 East Passyunk Avenue, Philadelphia, PA
- Phone: 215-551-5000
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- Cuisine: New American
- Price: $$$
- Accepts Credit Cards: Yes
Fond on East Passyunk Avenue has updated its menu for winter 2015. Lee Styer and Jesse Prawlucki’s restaurant is now offering a $35 prix fixe menu that changes weekly.
That’s in addition to the regular a la carte menu and the five ($59) and seven course ($69) menus, Fond’s Chef’s Table can be reserved for four to ten people and chef Styer will work with his guests to create a custom nine-course tasting menu.
We’re always writing about how this restaurant or that restaurant has just decided to get into the brunch game. But Fond, of East Passyunk, is now open on Sundays and isn’t doing brunch.
No, they’re running a new, stripped-down lunch-y / dinner-y kind of thing from 2 p.m. until 8 p.m.. The restaurant will be offering a more casual menu, featuring smaller plates and a plat du jour. Changing specials for Sunday dining, with a family-style, comfort-food feel, are also to be expected.
Fond is cool with drop-ins, but if you want to make reservations, that's cool, too.
Today, OpenTable revealed its Top 100 restaurants “fit for foodies” in America. The list was determined by OpenTable’s analysis of more than five million reviews of more than 20,000 restaurants across the country. The list includes twelve restaurants from Philadelphia, the second most restaurants from one city, only Portland, Oregon had more.
The list includes a high concentration of restaurants from California, Oregon and Pennsylvania but not as many from traditional restaurant cities like Chicago (five restaurants), Los Angeles (five), New York (four) and San Francisco (one).