Archive for 'Lunch Links'

Lunch Links (The “Bing Bingticipation” Edition)

  • Eater recommends the manti at Shish-Kebab Palace, I preferred the plov- but either way, you should be checking this place out! [Meal Ticket]
  • Thai Singha House has reopened its UCity location, just at a different address [Foobooz]
  • You know you are itching to see whats happening at Bing Bing Dum Sum, opening next week [Zagat]
  • The Strip Joint is being replaced with a Mexican spot¬† [The Insider]

Lunch Links (The “Find me at the Wingbowl” Edition)

  • Me n Mo Meatballs has opened on South Street, I’l be checking it out soon [Foobooz]
  • Obsessed with Fireball? I know a few people who are. La Fourno is adding it to its pizza sauce [Meal Ticket]
  • Han’s sister is backing the opening of a new Chinese restaurant in Center City [The Insider]
  • How many of Eater’s iconic Philly dishes list have you tried? (I’ve tried half) [Eater]

Lunch Links (The “Top Pork Sandwich” Edition)

Jake’s Pork Sandwich, just $5 on Mondays


Lunch Links (The “Vietdelphia” Edition)

  • KFC Alert: We have the menu for Bonchon and it includes an under $10 lunch special [The Inquirer]
  • LaBan has complied an epic Pho list []
  • Speaking of pho, Mt. Airy has a new pho shop [Newsworks]
  • And speaking of Vietnamese… a new Viet Cafe opened on Washingtown Ave [Passyunk Post]

Lunch Links (The “New Lunch Hours” Edition)

  • Juniper Commons is doing lunch now [Zagat]
  • So is V Street [Eater]
  • and Zahav, but for Restaurant Week only [Foobooz]

Lunch Links (The “Happy Holiday” Edition)

  • Suggested noodles around town from 22nd and Philly [22nd and Philly]
  • A list of what spots are open for Xmas [Foobooz]
  • The best pannetone is found… at the Philly Raquet Club [Serious Eats]

Lunch Links (The “Eggless Ice Cream” Edition)

Courtesy of South Street West

  • Did you know “Philly” style ice cream has no eggs? [Serious Eats]
  • Devil’s Pocket Food and Spirits debuts lunch! [South Street West]
  • What Philly neighborhood defines your food tastes? [Zagat]
  • Bing Bing Dim Sum is well on its way to opening, while Nam Wah Tea Parlor is trailing behind [The Insider]