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Royal Sushi and Izakaya Has a Home

As Michael Klein reported last night Royal Sushi and Izakaya finally has a location. The anticipated Japanese bar from the RoyalKhyberCantinasandnowIzakaya team will be opening […]

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Spotted In Windows

@PHLVisitorCntr turned us on to the above sign in the window of the just closed Naked Chocolate Cafe. The sign says “Philly Chocolate The Confectionary […]

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Manayunk’s MangoMoon to Morph

Owner and chef Moon Krapugthong is going to close her MangoMoon to make way for a new concept, Yanako, a Japanese-themed restaurant on the drawing […]

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The Agenda: Help Japan

Akiko Moorman who was to be on the staff at Speck is going to be hosting a fundraiser for Japan tonight at the not-quite-open Rotisseur […]

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Full Menu for Khyber’s Izakaya Pop-Up

The Khyber Pass Pub’s Izakaya pop-up is set for Monday and we’ve got the full menu.

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Tonight

Tonight Ideas in Food’s Alex Kamozawa and Aki Talbot will be taking part in the first Speakers’ Corner at the Dandelion. They will be discussing […]

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Pod Expands Beyond Sushi

Pod expands beyond sushi and also offers more for vegetarians. Among the highlights:

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Pod Overhauls Menu

Photo via Domus Inc. Pod refreshes its menu adding tempura and hibachi sections. Also the price point has come down making it a more affordable […]

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Innovative Menu at Doma

Brian Freedman finds that Doma at 18th and Callowhill is not your run-of-the-mill Japanese/Korean restaurant. Stuffed jalapeño tempura was a highlight, despite my resistance to […]

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Khyber Izakaya Gets a Chef

The Khyber’s izakaya project hasn’t gotten a whole lot of good publicity from angry regulars but this news will excite foodies. According to Michael Klein […]

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Good Sushi Without Much Risk

Rare is the review where the opening paragraph describes sucking on shrimp heads but the rest of the review laments the restaurant playing it safe. […]

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Muntin Shows Promise

Excellent scallion pancakes, squid served whole and the Love Roll, a stand-out sushi roll are all reasons that Brian Freedman is rooting for Muntin on […]

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Khyber Turning Japanese

We have no idea if the Vapors every played the Khyber but that’s not stopping the Old City landmark from turning into a Japanese pub. […]

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Early Changes at Ro-Zu

Trey Popp laments the exit of Ro-Zu’s original chef,Todd Dae Kulper and finds that the successor, Hung Pham is in an unenviable spot. Pham, formerly […]

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Dessert Sounds Best at Maru Global Takoyaki

Adam Erace chows down on the takoyaki balls at Maru Global Takoyaki and finds the sauces to be overbearing but he finds bliss in the […]