- Neighborhood: Center City
- 119 South 21st Street, Philadelphia, PA
- Phone: 267-318-7441
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- Cuisine: Healthy
- Price: $$
- Accepts Credit Cards: Yes
I’ve got two words for you: Breakfast soup. If you imagine some sort of wholly unappetizing brothy egg concoction when you read those words, let me assure you: That’s not what I’m talking about here. But I do understand why your mind would go there — that’s exactly where my mind went when Kriti Sehgal, owner of the fast-casual spot Pure Fare, told me they’d added breakfast soup, along with a number of other new breakfast items, to the menu at their Rittenhouse location at 119 South 21st Street.
Breakfast soup does NOT sound appetizing to me. And this is why I was so surprised at how darn delicious and delightful their take on it is.
Sorry to spring some last-minute lunch plans on you like this, but trust me — it’s worth it. Today and tomorrow, the folks behind Pure Fare and AGNO Grill are soft-launching their Asian takeout window concept, Yoku, with $5 meals all day long. Both days, the deal will run from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., or until they’re sold out. Read more »
If you’re a fan of the grub at Pure Fare and Agno, get ready to add a new lunch spot to your weekly lineup: Kriti Sehgal, owner of the two gluten-free-friendly joints, is opening up a new Southeast Asian-inspired takeout window in Rittenhouse, slated to open mid-September. And let me tell you, the food is good.