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A Kitchen Menu

A Kitchen Menu

So my husband and I have been to a.kitchen a few different times. Mostly for dinner and one time for brunch that my husband still raves about. That time, he had a fig a duck scrapple that was to die for!Our recent trip there was with one of my oldest friends from the west coast. We sat at the kitchen counter and after mulling over the menu, and sipping cocktails, we decided to go all in and do the 'Kitchen Counter Tasting Menu' which is four courses for $60 (as of March 2017). This was the best voice we made that night. The next two hours were spend tasting some well balanced and delicious dishes. I'm. It a big sea food lover but the items offered were delicious. The bast dish of all, the full Bronzino. It was so well done, it melted in the mouth. The skin was nice and crispy and the seasoning was spot on. The other dish that stood out for me personally was the seafood salad. Again, it being much of a sea food lover, this tasted wonderful. Plus, there was a little spice to the dish which my southwest roots appreciated. Altogether, the food that was served to us was outstanding. I did have two minor complaints about the evening. The first was even though we were feet from the men cooking our delicious dinner, they paid little if any attention to us. Something that was contradicted by our waitress when we ordered the tasting menu. She said that one of the benefits of ordering the tasting menu was the interaction with the chefs due to their proximity to you. This by no means was a deal breaker for us, but it would have been nice. My second complaint was the speed of drinks. During the full course of our meal, the restaurant was never more then 60% to 70% full however drinks from the bar took a long time to be delivered. This was even true for wine and other items poured directly from the bottle. My first, and only mixed drink, took far longer to be delivered. At the end of it all, a.kitchen is a wonderful restaurant and I'd recommend it to everyone.
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A Kitchen Menu

vipOpenTable Diner (Philadelphia)·Dined on March 18, 2017So my husband and I have been to a.kitchen a few different times. Mostly for dinner and one time for brunch that my husband still raves about. That time, he had a fig a duck scrapple that was to die for!Our recent trip there was with one of my oldest friends from the west coast. We sat at the kitchen counter and after mulling over the menu, and sipping cocktails, we decided to go all in and do the 'Kitchen Counter Tasting Menu' which is four courses for $60 (as of March 2017). This was the best voice we made that night. The next two hours were spend tasting some well balanced and delicious dishes. I'm. It a big sea food lover but the items offered were delicious. The bast dish of all, the full Bronzino. It was so well done, it melted in the mouth. The skin was nice and crispy and the seasoning was spot on. The other dish that stood out for me personally was the seafood salad. Again, it being much of a sea food lover, this tasted wonderful. Plus, there was a little spice to the dish which my southwest roots appreciated. Altogether, the food that was served to us was outstanding. I did have two minor complaints about the evening. The first was even though we were feet from the men cooking our delicious dinner, they paid little if any attention to us. Something that was contradicted by our waitress when we ordered the tasting menu. She said that one of the benefits of ordering the tasting menu was the interaction with the chefs due to their proximity to you. This by no means was a deal breaker for us, but it would have been nice. My second complaint was the speed of drinks. During the full course of our meal, the restaurant was never more then 60% to 70% full however drinks from the bar took a long time to be delivered. This was even true for wine and other items poured directly from the bottle. My first, and only mixed drink, took far longer to be delivered. At the end of it all, a.kitchen is a wonderful restaurant and I'd recommend it to everyone.Dining Occasion:Everyday DiningWas this review useful to you?Yes·No·Reportfood5ambience4service4value4
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A Kitchen Menu

vipOpenTable Diner (Philadelphia)·Dined on March 18, 2017So my husband and I have been to a.kitchen a few different times. Mostly for dinner and one time for brunch that my husband still raves about. That time, he had a fig a duck scrapple that was to die for!Our recent trip there was with one of my oldest friends from the west coast. We sat at the kitchen counter and after mulling over the menu, and sipping cocktails, we decided to go all in and do the 'Kitchen Counter Tasting Menu' which is four courses for $60 (as of March 2017). This was the best voice we made that night. The next two hours were spend tasting some well balanced and delicious dishes. I'm. It a big sea food lover but the items offered were delicious. The bast dish of all, the full Bronzino. It was so well done, it melted in the mouth. The skin was nice and crispy and the seasoning was spot on. The other dish that stood out for me personally was the seafood salad. Again, it being much of a sea food lover, this tasted wonderful. Plus, there was a little spice to the dish which my southwest roots appreciated. Altogether, the food that was served to us was outstanding. I did have two minor complaints about the evening. The first was even though we were feet from the men cooking our delicious dinner, they paid little if any attention to us. Something that was contradicted by our waitress when we ordered the tasting menu. She said that one of the benefits of ordering the tasting menu was the interaction with the chefs due to their proximity to you. This by no means was a deal breaker for us, but it would have been nice. My second complaint was the speed of drinks. During the full course of our meal, the restaurant was never more then 60% to 70% full however drinks from the bar took a long time to be delivered. This was even true for wine and other items poured directly from the bottle. My first, and only mixed drink, took far longer to be delivered. At the end of it all, a.kitchen is a wonderful restaurant and I'd recommend it to everyone.Dining Occasion:Everyday DiningWas this review useful to you?Yes·No·Report
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A Kitchen Menu

vipOpenTable Diner (Philadelphia)·Dined on March 18, 2017So my husband and I have been to a.kitchen a few different times. Mostly for dinner and one time for brunch that my husband still raves about. That time, he had a fig a duck scrapple that was to die for!Our recent trip there was with one of my oldest friends from the west coast. We sat at the kitchen counter and after mulling over the menu, and sipping cocktails, we decided to go all in and do the 'Kitchen Counter Tasting Menu' which is four courses for $60 (as of March 2017). This was the best voice we made that night. The next two hours were spend tasting some well balanced and delicious dishes. I'm. It a big sea food lover but the items offered were delicious. The bast dish of all, the full Bronzino. It was so well done, it melted in the mouth. The skin was nice and crispy and the seasoning was spot on. The other dish that stood out for me personally was the seafood salad. Again, it being much of a sea food lover, this tasted wonderful. Plus, there was a little spice to the dish which my southwest roots appreciated. Altogether, the food that was served to us was outstanding. I did have two minor complaints about the evening. The first was even though we were feet from the men cooking our delicious dinner, they paid little if any attention to us. Something that was contradicted by our waitress when we ordered the tasting menu. She said that one of the benefits of ordering the tasting menu was the interaction with the chefs due to their proximity to you. This by no means was a deal breaker for us, but it would have been nice. My second complaint was the speed of drinks. During the full course of our meal, the restaurant was never more then 60% to 70% full however drinks from the bar took a long time to be delivered. This was even true for wine and other items poured directly from the bottle. My first, and only mixed drink, took far longer to be delivered. At the end of it all, a.kitchen is a wonderful restaurant and I'd recommend it to everyone.Dining Occasion:Everyday Dining

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