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926 South Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
#24 on the 2009 Philly Mag 50
#14 on the 2008 Philly Mag 50
As the folksy name implies, South Street newcomer Supper has a casual, kiss-the-chef vibe — and people do. Chef Mitch Prensky and his wife Jen are well known to their early customers, clients of their Global Dish catering whom they greet by name. The décor is comfortably eclectic but the menu is meticulous. Each small plate is carefully composed. The mache salad is a winding path of greens, chanterelles, poached green apples and grassy beaufort cheese; the autumn gnocchi, a well-balanced combination of soft, sweet squash and crisp, salty guanciale.
Best of Philly 2010: Bar Snack
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Best of Philly 2008: Small Plates
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Posted by taoofung: Dec. December 12th, 2011 at 12:35 PM
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Posted by Kalyn: Dec. December 9th, 2011 at 6:58 PM
From the moment I walked in the door, Supper did not deliver. The hostesses did not acknowledge me and once they did had me waiting 15 mins after my reservation time in an empty restaurant while they chatted about thier outfits. I was disgusted while I was waiting. I saw the hostess placing chips in a bucket for bar patrons with her bare hands after touching her hair and handling menus. Gross. I wanted to walk out the door but stuck around because opentable was not showing availability in any of the near by restaurants... We requested a table away from large parties and young children and of course, we were sat next to a party of 12 with a 18 month old boy who midmeal lost it and had a crying fit. The server seemed overwhelmed by her two tables and did not even share the chef's feature with our table. The food itself was nothing to write home about either. Overall we left knowing we won't ever crave Supper and most certainly would warn friends. So many great restaurants in Philadelphia, Supper did not do this city justice.
Posted by Karina: Mar. March 20th, 2010 at 9:45 PM
We recently ate at Supper on a Sunday night. From the moment we walked in, we felt at home, we were greeted warmly and led to a table in the cozy dining area. The food was AMAZING. After some reviews in the local press we had high expectations and they were met and exceeded.
PS - Dont miss the soup..it is out of this world.
Posted by H: Oct. October 2nd, 2009 at 1:13 PM
3 out of 4 items were tasty but oversalted.
way tiny portions.(we giggled) way overpriced.
Posted by Bob: Feb. February 22nd, 2008 at 11:38 PM