Around the Web: Burgers, Korean Tacos & Improving Dosas

Burger at Kennett | Philly Phoodie

We’ve been hearing a growing buzz regarding the burger at Kennett. It certainly has one Philly Phoodie’s heart. [Philly Phoodie]

We weren’t the only people racing out to check out Le Pain Quotidien, Living on the Vedge excitedly tried out the new bakery. [Living on the Vedge]

Fries with that Shake celebrates praises happy hour at Teri’s where the canned beer is dirt cheap and so are the tater tots. [Fries with that Shake]

Row Home Eats ventures out for New Wave Cafe. No not the Queen Village bar but rather the authentic Polish restaurant on Allegheny Avenue. [Row Home Eats]

Affordable Korean tacos are on the menu at Bossäm Bar on the 700 block of Sansom Street. [Midtown Lunch]

We’ve been meaning to get back to Zama for awhile now. Maybe Philly Food & Drink’s description of the “Super Crunchy Maki” will invigorate us. [Philly Food & Drink]

Living on the Vedge revisits Philadelphia Chutney Co. and finds that it has gotten better each time she visits. A sentiment we echo as we have found the chutneys and overall flavor has been dialed up. [Living on the Vedge]