Tag Archive | "vegetarian"

Horizons’ Vegan Banh Mi Sliders

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

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Horizons’ Vegan Banh Mi Sliders

When we sat down with chef Rich Landau of Horizons, we knew what to expect: incredibly current, creative, fresh, full and layered flavors in food that just so happens to be vegan. The only thing we didn’t know is how exactly we’d be tickled.  If you don’t know Rich and Horizons, you need to get [...]

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Tiffin Etc. Brings Kati Rolls To The Streets Of Philadelphia

Thursday, August 27, 2009

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Tiffin Etc. Brings Kati Rolls To The Streets Of Philadelphia

There has been an explosion in popularity of Indian food takeout in Philadelphia in recent years, and all routes trace back to one catalyst: Munish Narula. The Wharton MBA carrying Narula has extensive experience in the food industry, which he harnessed to open Tiffin, a mostly delivery and takeout based restaurant in Northern Liberties. The [...]

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Pretty Yummy Thing: Tommy Up’s Burger Lounge At The Piazza

Monday, July 20, 2009

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Pretty Yummy Thing: Tommy Up’s Burger Lounge At The Piazza

Ask Tommy Up for the real meaning behind the initials in P.Y.T., his new burger joint at The Piazza, and you won’t get a straight answer. Most will immediately make a connection to the song by the late King of Pop, but Up won’t admit where it’s from, sarcastically offering suggestions like: Pad Your Tummy [...]

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What We’re Eating: Tattooed Mom Veggie Chicken Club

Friday, July 17, 2009

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What We’re Eating: Tattooed Mom Veggie Chicken Club

What We’re Eating takes a quick look at sandwiches the Unbreaded team can’t get enough of. Maybe it’s the fact that Tattooed Mom is the only place we feel comfortable on South Street. Maybe it’s the great beer and company. Or it could be the half priced sandwiches for lunch on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. [...]

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Noble: An American Cookery Burger

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

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Noble: An American Cookery Burger

Chef Steven Cameron’s work at Blue in Surf City, NJ earned him national acclaim and semi-finalist rankings in 2008 and 2009 for the James Beard Foundation Awards: Best Chef, Mid-Atlantic.  The Kansas-raised transplant to Philadelphia brings a farm-fresh mentality and earnestness to the city, turning to the vast agriculture of PA and NJ to source [...]

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Fu-Wah Tofu Hoagie: A Vegetarian Take On A Classic

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

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Fu-Wah Tofu Hoagie: A Vegetarian Take On A Classic

Ask any vegetarian or vegan living in Philadelphia for their favorite sandwich, and its a good bet that the answer will be the tofu hoagie from Fu-Wah Mini Market. Opened in 2003 by the Lai family, the same people behind the wildly popular and delicious Vietnam Restaurant, the small store has quickly become a West [...]

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National Mechanics Veggie Burger: Bursting With Freshness

Friday, April 17, 2009

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National Mechanics Veggie Burger: Bursting With Freshness

Dubbed “the single greatest veggie burger in the known world” in their advertisements, Old City’s National Mechanics delivers a distinctly fresh and flavorful vegetarian sandwich that lives up to the bravado.  Hardly a traditional faux-meat patty, this collection of julienned vegetables is bound together and smothered in jack cheese, served on a fresh Sarcone’s sandwich [...]

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Phillies Season Opener: Citizens Bank Park Sandwiches

Monday, April 6, 2009

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Phillies Season Opener: Citizens Bank Park Sandwiches

As our World Fucking Champion Philadelphia Phillies begin a new season, we take a stroll through the ballpark looking for the best gameday sandwiches.  Though we do envy the food at our hated Mets’ new digs, we found a number of sandwiches that we think deserve recognition.  At the top of our list?  A proper [...]

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