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1701 JFK Boulevard
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Chef/owner Chris Scarduzio's Comcast Center restaurant, originally a steakhouse, now has an Italian accent, but you can still find a worhty NY strip or veal porterhouse among the handmade pastas (spinach and ricotta agnolotti with tomato compote) and thin-crust pizzas (fennel sausage with fiery pesto). Service is smooth and professional and high-quality ingredients elevate familiar dishes like tomato salad above the norm. Grab a seat on the lively outdoor plaza in warmer months.
Read our October 2008 review.
User Reviews (6) :
Me and my wife had a wonderful experience. I have not had a better meal in a while. The service was terrific.
Posted by Rocco: Jan. January 11th, 2011 at 4:03 PM
Table 31 is a gorgeous restaurant with amazing food and incredible talent as far a service, The stuffed veal chop is my new love. The bar is great with awesome decor and very attentive bartenders. The outside dining is also great and i heard from a server that table 31 is planing to have the outside enclosed in some kind of glass en closer "Wow" i'm excited. The band that was playing outside was as soothing as my white harvest sangria i had there. I feel overall that my experience at table 31 was perfect and it is now my place to come and entertain my friends and family or just to have a drink and chill or relax.
Posted by Edward: Sep. September 23rd, 2010 at 12:16 PM
I suppose it's my fault really, for expecting a fair review of Table 31 in a magazine with a giant Butcher and Singer ad on the back cover.
But what Joy Manning gave her readers instead was a lot more about herself than about the restaurant she was reviewing. "Dated decor and cheesy photographs"? I'm sorry that you feel that way, Joy, but did you think at any point that readers might want to hear about how the food actually, you know, tastes? Our intrepid reviewer revives an old Philly Mag beef with Chefs Perrier and Scarduzio, complains about the menu's lack of focus, and rips what by all accounts is a fine design composed by one of our city's elite firms. She never had time to make it to the food.
For the record, my wife and I have been to Table 31 three times and will keep a standing bi-weekly reservation some of the best steaks in a city full of them. I suppose the day we see an ad for the restaurant in your magazine we will find a review that makes note of them.
Posted by S: Oct. October 1st, 2008 at 12:51 PM
Disappointing experience for the cost. Our bill was about $600 for 4 people. The decor is amazing but that is all I can say that was worth it for this place. We noticed besides the booths the tables are in such close proximity - you can hear everyone's conversations. Its a steakhouse and they didn't get a single temp right!!! They messed up the sides and service was just ok. I would expected better for the price. Overpriced - will wear out
Posted by CJ: Sep. September 7th, 2008 at 8:33 PM
I was expecting great food, great environment and great service. The entree and appetizers were delivered together, and my fish was below room temperature. The lettuce from my salad was wilted and is tastier out of an iceberg bag from the grocery store. Everything was below average, George Pierre should be embarrassed. I would NEVER recommend Table 31, nor would I ever go back (except for a cocktail)
Posted by e: Aug. August 17th, 2008 at 10:12 PM
I went there for my birthday with a party of 8 people looking forward to a great night, good food, and decent service...what I got was disappointing to say the least.
The food was horrible, especially for how pricey it was...everyone got something different on the menu and NO ONE was satisfied. The food arrived cold to the table, it had no flavor and I might as well have gone to a low priced chain restaurant and had a better meal. The waiter was flustered and forgot to get one of my friend's orders. We had to practically yell to get the server's attention; he wasnt there when we needed him (and no one had any outlandish requests, we just wanted to give our drink and food orders!)
We felt rushed and when we got the bill of $550+ we were angry. We are trying to spread the word in order to help others avoid such an unfortunate experience.
Posted by J: Aug. August 16th, 2008 at 4:32 PM