Bridges, Burgers and Beers has been lunching at Reading Terminal’s Wursthaus Schmitz. He likes the Hungarian sausage sandwich just fine but calls the Bavarian one of the best sausage sandwiches he’s ever had. [Bridges Burgers and Beers]
Chick-a-lic is now Chicalicioius and Midtown Lunch has tried out the double-fried chicken. The verdict, it isn’t greasy but the fried chicken could use more flavor. [Midtown Lunch]
Two Eat Philly brings five to Ants Pants Cafe new dinner service. They aren’ blown away but the meatball sandwich seemed to be the winner. [Two Eat Philly]
Cafe Soho in Cheltenham has been praised by chefs and other culinary adventurers for their Korean fried chicken. Now the Asian restaurant has opened a second location in Blue Bell. Korean fried chicken and wings star on Dekalb Pike as they do on Cheltenham Avenue. There’s also a sushi bar but the chicken is the real draw.
Make your own Federal Donuts Experience by stopping off at neighboring Suzy Jo’s Donuts for doughnuts to go with your fried chicken.
Cafe Soho [Facebook]
Cafe Soho 2
920 Dekalb Pike, Blue Bell, PA
Photo courtesy Midtown Lunch
The good folks over at Midtown Lunch noticed that the not-yet-open Rice & Mix on Walnut Street appears to have come one step closer to the almost-open category by posting a menu in the window (see above). Things of note:
- Four kinds of bibimbop, not counting the “Build Your Own Bowl” option, with both regular and “Hot Stone Bowl” sizes available
- $14 for galbi? That seems a little bit steep…
- And what’s that down there in the bottom corner? Bulgogi cheesesteaks and Korean fried chicken coming soon? Well, at least one of those things sounds pretty awesome.
Menu At Rice & Mix Is Up [Midtown Lunch]