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Fork



306 Market St
Philadelphia, PA 19106

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(215) 625-9425

  • Sun - 8:00am - 9:30pm
  • Mon - Thu 7:00am - 10:00pm
  • Fri 7:00am - 10:30pm
  • Sat 8:00am - 10:30pm

Cuisine: American Restaurants, Dog Friendly Restaurants, Korean Restaurants

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4.7 of 5.0 from 89 reviews


price range:$26 to $50

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Fork Reviews

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  • Steve D.I went here for a birthday dinner and it was absolutely incredible. The meal was delicious although incredibly pricey. Do the tasting menu for perfect portions.

    55555 by Steve D.


  • Nicolë W.What's not to love? Perfect food, amazing decor. Romantic spot for a date night.

    55555 by Nicolë W.


  • Scott LIncredibly good food in a fun atmosphere. Menu changes frequently, but if they have the venison carpaccio or the squid ink rigatoni, GET IT.

    55555 by Scott L


  • Melisandre LService and food were amazing. Must list if you visit Philly

    55555 by Melisandre L


  • Amine CThe chef presents new creations that will wake up your palate: spices mixed with traditional American dishes. A nice spot with knowledgeable and caring waiters.

    55555 by Amine C


  • Sofia P.Beautiful presentation, elevated food, and delightful service. I had a rabbit special cooked 3 ways and the chilled melon soup. Fresh bread and burrata were also amazing.

    55555 by Sofia P.


  • Emily B.The porterhouse steak for two - a bit spendy, but perfectly executed and delicious.

    55555 by Emily B.


  • Elizabeth RThe Branzino was impresssive...and they are very inventive with desserts.

    55555 by Elizabeth R


  • AlexAmbiance on fleek

    55555 by Alex


  • Henry FungSweetbreads !!

    55555 by Henry Fung


  • Elena NLasagna with summer squash. Incredible.

    55555 by Elena N


  • Tori M.Get the duck!!!!! So good. Also get gnudi, especially if you like cheese. House menu is a must.

    55555 by Tori M.


  • Ilya NEverything is great!

    55555 by Ilya N


  • John K.Super-inventive menu with one of the best chefs in town! Breads are just amazing (& I was low-carbing the first time I went!)

    55555 by John K.


  • Scott C.Had the most amazing dining experience here. Food was delicious, flavorful, original, and the staff was the best I've ever had.

    55555 by Scott C.


  • Elaine LeeOysters, rabbit agnolotti, octopus.

    55555 by Elaine Lee


  • Stephan M.Probably my favorite restaurant in Philadelphia, and that's saying quite a lot. Consistently excellent.

    55555 by Stephan M.


  • Mike McDonoughAstounding quality, creativity and ambience. Never fails to awe.

    55555 by Mike McDonough


  • Chefs FeedPeter Woolsey, chef of Bistrot La Minette, eats here on his nights off. He loves the House-smoked duck breast.

    55555 by Chefs Feed


  • Philadelphia MagazineDinner is pricey, but the service justifies the cost. When I failed to gush over my server’s favorite wine, she took a sip, agreed, and uncorked a fresh bottle as excellent as her taste-memory.

    55555 by Philadelphia Magazine


  • Sarah S.Chef Eli Kulp has some serious chops. He's a Del Posto and Torrisi alum and is making great use of those experiences at the helm of the kitchen at Fork and High Street Market.

    55555 by Sarah S.


  • Sarah S.Do not miss the Crispy Chicken Nuggets (yes - we did say Chicken Nuggets), Fluke, Scallop Crudo, Smoked Char, and any of the pastas.

    55555 by Sarah S.


  • Geoffrey V.Let the chef decide

    33333 by Geoffrey V.


  • Kenya B.Since the new chef has arrived, this place is night and day! The food is amazing now.

    55555 by Kenya B.


  • Mike M.Delicious! Good and service was excellent... Go with the fixed price menu at $70 per head, well worth it.

    55555 by Mike M.


  • Do-Hee J.Another great find in Philly. The scallop and roots dishes were wonderful starters. I would highly recommend the pici for the pasta. Be prepared for a major food coma.

    55555 by Do-Hee J.


  • Jenni DAwesome dinner. Excellent menu (House lamb and house menus) & superb wine list!

    55555 by Jenni D


  • EaterThe addition of Eli Kulp has kicked the experience at Fork up to a whole new level, and the critics and crowd have responded with glowing reviews and word of mouth. [Eater 38 Member]

    33333 by Eater


  • Jason F.Note: Duck dinner

    55555 by Jason F.


  • Philly.comThe dining room interior is stunning. Try the crab-apple soup and smoked tortelloni – these dishes have people coming back again and again.

    55555 by Philly.com


  • Kelly BGet the house menu and reserve the table by the window on a nice summer evening. One of the best dining experiences I've had.

    55555 by Kelly B


  • Carrie ParkerGet the Avocado soup and sit at the table by the window. Cute date spot!

    55555 by Carrie Parker


  • Ben A.Order the old fashioned donuts. You won't be disappointed.

    55555 by Ben A.


  • EaterThe addition of Eli Kulp has kicked the experience at Fork up to a whole new level, and the critics and crowd have responded with glowing reviews and word of mouth

    33333 by Eater


  • GrantBwpgGo for the house menu - bronzino for one of us and guinea hen for the other. Deborah was a wealth of info about the menu and the new chef (oct 2012). One of the best meals we have ever had.

    55555 by GrantBwpg


  • Jade W.The molasses cookies are amazing!!

    55555 by Jade W.


  • Dafna M.Fabulous lunch menu! Try the homemade Philadelphia cream cheese infused with hay...not a typo!

    55555 by Dafna M.


  • amy c.Squid bread is an original. Having the Chet's tasting -11 course dinner! Infused with Philadelphia original tastes and many, many other bursts. Great service, ambience, Outstanding!

    55555 by amy c.


  • Erika NielsenAwesome food awesome drinks, ambiance, music and waiter.. Can't get better than this little find.

    55555 by Erika Nielsen


  • Shiv K.Get a panini, a cappuccino and a window seat. Enjoy.

    55555 by Shiv K.


  • Philadelphia MagazineThis is one place where entrées can outshine appetizers, so save room.

    55555 by Philadelphia Magazine


  • Tristan GThe coffee here is really really good. Great little place.

    55555 by Tristan G


  • Kathleen H.Get the house menu. Delish.

    55555 by Kathleen H.


  • National Car RentalA perfect spot for a business lunch. The impeccable service and nouvelle French cuisine will win over even the toughest critics.

    55555 by National Car Rental


  • NewsWorksWorth it just to get a peek at the fresh-baked bread. We like it for the iced coffee in the summer and the hot coffee in the winter. Didn't care for their chicken salad, tho.

    55555 by NewsWorks


  • Reinhold ResidentialOffering "New American" cuisine that is locally sourced and seasonal, Fork is elegant dining without stuffiness. Their cafe next door is perfect for a quick coffee date.

    55555 by Reinhold Residential


  • Effie W.Very delicious, great service

    55555 by Effie W.


  • Mark L.This is my go to quick lunch spot in Old City with great salads soup and sandwiches. Breads and pastries baked in house and delicious. Service is excellent and friendly.

    55555 by Mark L.


  • HF S.Suffer the snobbery to get a decent cup of joe.

    33333 by HF S.


  • Wendy M.Chèvre Pave one of the finest desserts I've had

    55555 by Wendy M.


  • GraceMake a reservation. They're busy, busy, busy on Saturday nights.

    55555 by Grace


  • Dining Out for Life PHLMake your reservation now! Fork is participating in Dining Out for Life 2012 by donating 33% of every meal sold on Thursday, April 26. Dine Out, Fight AIDS! To learn more about the cause:

    33333 by Dining Out for Life PHL


  • Bill C.Ehhh. This place feels kind of past its prime. The entrees were entirely predictable and so was the dessert menu (creme brulee anyone?).

    33333 by Bill C.


  • Visit PhillyOn Wednesday nights, take a seat at the communal table while Chef Feury creates your dish.

    55555 by Visit Philly


  • Visit PhillyBlood orange iced tea and a house-baked apple brioche bun makes for a quick, on-the-go brunch.

    55555 by Visit Philly


  • AllieEverything is delicious! Dessert is great too!

    55555 by Allie


  • Cheryl B.One of my absolute fave restaurants in Philly! Great atmosphere, service, and the menu is not to be believed! Great memories made here ;-)

    55555 by Cheryl B.


  • Julia D.Oh and if scallops are an option - get them.

    55555 by Julia D.


  • Julia D.Get the pappardelle!

    55555 by Julia D.


  • Julia D.Get scallops.

    33333 by Julia D.


  • Meg P.Food and service are great!! Highly recommend! Delish.

    55555 by Meg P.


  • Jasmin A.Try the crab cake sandwich amazing

    55555 by Jasmin A.


  • Liz T.Chef feury time! Yessss

    55555 by Liz T.


  • Kim N.This place is a must check out beer and food is awesome

    55555 by Kim N.


  • Adrian J.Get the book Fokelore, great book for people who love food. Recipes and history of Fork.

    55555 by Adrian J.


  • taterGood joe and even better fresh baked breads

    55555 by tater


  • travel42Reasonably priced fine dining. Try the hazelnut-crusted salmon or the grilled chimichurri hanger steak with spicy aioli.

    55555 by travel42


  • Philadelphia MagazineFork made Philadelphia Magazine's 50 best restaurants list!

    55555 by Philadelphia Magazine


  • Philadelphia MagazineJust the kind of classic American cuisine anyone visiting the classic Old City neighborhood could look for, but better. Come see chef Terence Feury work his food appeal at this Philly favorite.

    55555 by Philadelphia Magazine


  • Shellie W.Owner came in and was pushing the two girls working around while I was here. Seems like a prick.

    22222 by Shellie W.


  • P G.Waited 40 minutes at lunch...too long. I was not impressed by the bland fish soup or the tomato salad. My main entree the salmon was just ok. I would not return.

    22222 by P G.


  • The FeastFork features the handiwork of Terence Feury, one of the regions most decorated chefs alongside charcuterie master Andrew Wood. So, get the charcuterie. Duh.

    55555 by The Feast


  • Kingsley S.Asian chicken wrap is always good.

    55555 by Kingsley S.


  • Julia D.This chef makes the best scallops - don't miss out!

    55555 by Julia D.


  • Visit PhillyGot a sweet tooth? Look out for West Chester's Éclat Chocolate.

    55555 by Visit Philly


  • Alison B.The menu changes pretty much daily. The food is incredible, and be sure to try the champagne cocktail!

    55555 by Alison B.


  • Brian F.Try the French Toast (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Brian F.


  • Philadelphia MagazineTry the scallops with tomato jam, crisp-fried shallots and piquillo peppers.

    55555 by Philadelphia Magazine


  • Brian G.The duck breast had a smoky, briney flavor but the scallops, while perfectly cooked, left you longing for more, considering there were only 3 on the plate @ $26.

    33333 by Brian G.


  • Brian G.Try the pappardelle with goat ragu. Great flavor.

    55555 by Brian G.


  • visitPAYes, they have knives and spoons too. This Old City eatery features local & farm fresh ingredients with daily menu changes. Try their rightly famous charcuterie.or some amazing risotto.

    55555 by visitPA


  • Charles B.Decent spot. Pretty refined, but not worth the prices considering all of the incredible BYO places in Philly. I'd go elsewhere...

    55555 by Charles B.


  • Philadelphia MagazineChef Feury moved from project to project before landing at Old City’s Fork in 2009. Feury’s cooking up some of the city’s best food and breathing new life into a beloved institution.

    55555 by Philadelphia Magazine


  • Philadelphia MagazineFork’s ample platter, made and curated by sous-chef Andrew Wood, is a step ahead thanks to lardo and the finocchiona, served with house-made conserva and dried-fruit mostarda.

    55555 by Philadelphia Magazine


  • Vincent P.Look for the owner Ellen and then say hello. She is around often and very down to earth.

    55555 by Vincent P.


  • Marshall K.If you're planning on using a credit/debit card, they impose a $10 minimum - which is against the Visa/MC vendor agreement by the way.

    22222 by Marshall K.


  • Anthony JTry the asian chicken wrap. It was awesome!!

    55555 by Anthony J


  • Brad O.Had the mini crab cakes and sweet potato gratin.

    55555 by Brad O.


  • Amanda AllenTry the duck. it was incredible.

    55555 by Amanda Allen


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