Answering a Higher Calling at Citron and Rose

David Magerman set out to open a kosher Subway. What he got instead was a whole lot better. Trey Popp reviews Citron and Rose.

I’d lean toward the more rib-sticking fare—n­otably a veal breast roulade and apple/celeriac kugel that rise like volcanic islands over a lake of lava-hued beet jus. That and a Frisco Kid cocktail (rye, fernet, ginger, lime) could inspire a search for Ashkenazi ancestors in your family tree, just to see if they ever knew how to cook like this.

Three Stars – Excellent

Keeping it Kosher at Citron and Rose [Philadelphia Magazine]
Citron and Rose [Official Site]