The best chefs are from Abruzzo, Portofino owner Ralph Berarducci says. In the kitchen at Portofino? Giuseppe Falconio, from Abruzzo of course. He’s continuing, Portofino’s 30 year tradition of lusty Northern and Central Italian cuisine, steaks and seafood. Try the fettuccine Portofino, with asparagus, tomato and smoked salmon in a lemon-pepper-garlic sauce, a house favorite.
We have been here twice for dinner before a show at the Walnut Street Theatre. Both times, the service was good as was the food. They asked if we were going to a show and got us out in plenty of time without rushing us. Just a real nice place for an easy and relaxing dinner, with reasonable prices. They offer a discount to theatre goers. We will be going back for sure! Posted by Larry: Jun. June 21st, 2011 at 12:47 PM
I work in the center city area, and came to have a birthday lunch with a few co-workers. The lunch portions were a good size, compared to most restaurants in the area, were the meal feels like an appetizer. The price for the lunch was very reasonable and we also received a 10% discount for working at the hospital. Hospital employee or not this is a good lunch spot. Posted by Kelly: Mar. March 24th, 2011 at 4:41 PM
I came here with my co-worker the other day for lunch. We had a great time and great food. The price was good and so was the amount of food we were given. Service was friendly and knowledgeable. I will be back, and my co-worker said he wants to take his girlfriend here for there anniversary. Posted by Katie: Mar. March 8th, 2010 at 4:44 PM