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The Dandelion

124 South 18th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103

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(215) 558-2500

  • Sun - 10:00am - 10:00pm
  • Mon - Thu 11:30am - 11:00pm
  • Fri 11:30am - 12:00am
  • Sat 10:00am - 12:00am

Cuisine: Bars, Delis

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4.9 of 5.0 from 212 reviews

price range:$11 to $25



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  • Tinsel & Tine on Jun 18, 2013

    However, it's more fun to try something more adventurous when sampling a new restaurant, so I went with the DUCK BOLOGNESE (strozzapreti, fried duck egg) $16...

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  • Becca Dwonderful staff and atmosphere. maitre d said hello and waitress amy had awesome recs like these prawns! whole meal was amazing including bread, mac and cheese, fish and chips and toffee cake!

    55555 by Becca D

  • Arik VRabbit pie is a must try, but definitely start your meal with a cocktail!

    55555 by Arik V

  • Anna Kthis is one of the cutest restaurants I've ever been to. good beer list and tasty cocktails, the fish and chips were excellent and great service to boot.

    55555 by Anna K

  • David H.Mac and cheese 👌

    55555 by David H.

  • Andrickson LNo Really pricey and have one of the best foods that I have ever taste in my life. The app that recommends me this place is amazing and free. Here is the link guys. https://share.serviceempire.com

    55555 by Andrickson L

  • Майя EСпецифическая кухня, очень красивое здание и интерьер. Но врядли бы вернулась

    55555 by Майя E

  • Mike F.Stout beer flip - don't miss it

    55555 by Mike F.

  • Valerie AI keep coming back for the Bubble and Squeak (brunch only). Authentic and charming atmosphere/decor (dog room is my favorite).

    55555 by Valerie A

  • Cathy AVery comfortable going single to have late lunch.

    55555 by Cathy A

  • Valentin G.Try the Lamb Shepherd's Pie!

    55555 by Valentin G.

  • Bill S.Good drinks, burger is excellent. Love the dog bar.

    55555 by Bill S.

  • Sarah BTasty cocktails, beautiful ambiance and delicious snacks - recommend the ricotta appetizer.

    55555 by Sarah B

  • Rachel AComing here for happy hour is a good idea since everything goes down to reasonable prices

    55555 by Rachel A

  • Antonello SThe branzino is surprisingly good

    55555 by Antonello S

  • Sandra RubinchikPortions are small but incredibly rich. Just like the queen.

    55555 by Sandra Rubinchik

  • Jay JWhat a surprise! Great service by Iain in the Dog Bar! Food is very hearty and flavorful. The atmosphere was very warm and cozy.

    55555 by Jay J

  • Connie ChiuAfternoon tea royal set is mighty lovely. Delicious pastries and sammiches, especially the scones, tea cookies, and crab sandwiches. The decor upstairs is eclectic and fun.

    55555 by Connie Chiu

  • Rik DAmazing British food (I'm British so I know)

    55555 by Rik D

  • Diana GDelicious New American food and cozy, romantic ambiance. The Dandelion salad was so fresh and big, and the salmon was cooked perfectly.

    55555 by Diana G

  • Dina RughaniLamb shepherds pie, crab fritters, the green beans and duck bolognese

    55555 by Dina Rughani

  • Kathleen MThe cheese plate was a great choice.

    55555 by Kathleen M

  • Kathleen MThe cheese platter was a nice mix of tastes and textures. Great with wine

    55555 by Kathleen M

  • Zerbrina EGreat place for small group of friends, dates, very romantic, and vintage!

    55555 by Zerbrina E

  • Zerbrina ETrendy and great food- try the mussels and green beans

    55555 by Zerbrina E

  • Joe F.Roast sirloin of beef with Yorkshire pudding, watercress, roast potatoes, veggies, horseradish sauce and beef gravy from Stephen Star's London gastropub

    55555 by Joe F.

  • Joe F.Curried crab, cod & chili cakes - green jalapeño, vinegar, mayonaise dressing - from Stephen Star's London gastropub

    55555 by Joe F.

  • Christina V.Amazing cocktails, chips, apps

    55555 by Christina V.

  • Katherine W.Come for high tea.

    55555 by Katherine W.

  • John DuncanRoast beef for lunch and a litany of excellent things to pick from for dinner. Rabbit Pie is great, so is the Pasta w/ Duck. Pate is delicious along w deviled eggs. Really impressed with this place.

    55555 by John Duncan

  • John DuncanRoast beef has just the perfect amount of delicious horseradish.

    55555 by John Duncan

  • Casey R.Get two or three small savory plates, and make sure that one of them is the deviled eggs!

    55555 by Casey R.

  • Lauren M.The duck/liver pate is SO good. For gluten-free, order it with apple slices instead of bread.

    55555 by Lauren M.

  • Gideon O.You can't go wrong with any of the cocktails

    55555 by Gideon O.

  • Luke @The food was fantastic! I had the deviled eggs to start with the rabbit pie for my main. The bar staff were fantastic and really helpful, although we did have to wait quite a long time for a table.

    55555 by Luke @

  • Stephan M.Deviled eggs! Crab salad!

    55555 by Stephan M.

  • Abigail A.Authentic English fare in an old house. Quaint if not a tad kitschy. Will likely be a wait for brunch but it's worth it.

    55555 by Abigail A.

  • Denise RohrbachJust had drinks but liked the menu and atmosphere. Try to get a seat upstairs!!

    55555 by Denise Rohrbach

  • Stéphanie NamNice decor, the food is delicious (even though I don't like English food), and good beer selection.

    55555 by Stéphanie Nam

  • Logan B.The traditional roast is a nice English winner of a meal.

    55555 by Logan B.

  • David P.Bangers and mash were top notch, multiple UK beers on tap to authenticate the experience. Very crowded on a Thursday, better get a reservation.

    55555 by David P.

  • Edgar S.The cheese board is big and so good.

    55555 by Edgar S.

  • Rachel C.Man, it was good to have some nice Welsh rarebit again. Pretty solid cask ale list, too—the Heavy Seas Greater Pumpkin was festive.

    55555 by Rachel C.

  • Gleb M.Parfait is so good that you can almost believe you are in Europe

    55555 by Gleb M.

  • Gabriel E.The burger was amazing

    55555 by Gabriel E.

  • Joanna SGreat place to go for a drink. Fish and Chips = AMAZING

    55555 by Joanna S

  • Dan TorresDon't miss the sticky toffee pudding.

    55555 by Dan Torres

  • Jared ZoneraichReally good burger! Be careful: ricotta appetizer is mostly bread based and you will be full

    55555 by Jared Zoneraich

  • Istria L.Try the Rabbit Pie!!! Amazing!!

    55555 by Istria L.

  • Laura MThe whipped ricotta spread was worth breaking a diet for! Just do it.

    55555 by Laura M

  • Maya J.The burger is incredible and they have an awesome beer selection!

    55555 by Maya J.

  • Juliettedeviled eggs, heirloom tomato salad, and the fish and chips were amazing! and try the Pimm's deluxe!

    55555 by Juliette

  • Paula JMy favorite burger ever

    55555 by Paula J

  • Kelly F.The food is unbelievable! Pretty authentic British bar for Center City Philly.

    55555 by Kelly F.

  • Igal G.Amazing desserts!

    55555 by Igal G.

  • Myer NTried the market oysters, rabbit pie and fish and chips and all were great!

    55555 by Myer N

  • Jenny KirschSteak and fries is delicious! Great waitstaff and atmosphere.

    55555 by Jenny Kirsch

  • Michael EThe burger is quite possibly the best I've ever had.

    55555 by Michael E

  • Robyn EDog Bar upstairs great for after dinner drinks

    55555 by Robyn E

  • Anne PWhat A great Sunday brunch place!

    55555 by Anne P

  • Josh B.The food is fresh, the waitstaff is friendly, helpful, and knowledgeable about the dishes, and I would definitely go back.

    55555 by Josh B.

  • Emilie FuttermanYummy British food, great beer list and cozy decor. Rabbit pie was incredible.

    55555 by Emilie Futterman

  • Anna RGreat brunch palce. Get the pimms cup by the pitcher and the English Breakfast was yum. Cute Victorian decor.

    55555 by Anna R

  • Sue A.chicken vegetable soup with horseradish dumplings, beef cheek vindaloo 💕

    55555 by Sue A.

  • Oyinkansola A.Love this place! Got the chicken sandwich for lunch- amaze! Came back for dinner and had the rabbit pie- very tasty! Overall great experiences both times!

    55555 by Oyinkansola A.

  • Barry H.Get the pork belly

    55555 by Barry H.

  • Jason RappaportAfter 3pm, go for afternoon tea and get a plate of scones and shortbread. You've never felt more British.

    55555 by Jason Rappaport

  • Ryan CThe best fish and chips in Philly. Very well decorated.

    55555 by Ryan C

  • Nicole TsengFrench toast is A+ (and so is the service)

    55555 by Nicole Tseng

  • Elise M.The burger is good here. 🐮

    55555 by Elise M.

  • WillMcDOne of my favorite restaurants. Cask ales, fish and chips, this place is an absolute gem.

    55555 by WillMcD

  • Jassy E.The British Cheese Board!!

    55555 by Jassy E.

  • Jassy E.Amazing atmosphere! Great food and even better service!

    55555 by Jassy E.

  • Philadelphia MagazineThere are two or three rotating cask ales reliably on offer, and half a dozen taps pouring a similar mix of colder suds. Kudos to Starr for offering half-pints as well as $8-to-$9 Imperials.

    55555 by Philadelphia Magazine

  • Joe M.The restaurant is beautifully decorated and also has a fireplace. The staff was extremely professional and the food was delicious and great quality! Definitely recommend the shepherd's pie!

    55555 by Joe M.

  • Elaine LeeFish and chips. Eggs Benedict had great hollandaise sauce. Pimms cup was great with brunch.

    55555 by Elaine Lee

  • Cory S.Pork belly, rabbit pie, cask beer... Desserts to die for. Come here on a cold winter day and grab a seat by the fire.

    55555 by Cory S.

  • Monica N.Love brunch here-get the French toast. Huge slab of bread with a delicious sauce.

    55555 by Monica N.

  • Roniel TesslerWonderful British food. Not to be missed

    55555 by Roniel Tessler

  • Jasmine WFood is outstanding. The way it's presented and how caring the staff is, makes this place so fabulous.

    55555 by Jasmine W

  • Angelica DongalloBest meal in Philly! Fancy pub fare in a lovely atmosphere (it used to be two residences) on multiple levels--literally!

    55555 by Angelica Dongallo

  • Ariana W.Roasted salmon, ricotta, deviled eggs... So many tasty options.

    55555 by Ariana W.

  • Dan S.The turkey club with bacon, avocado, AND a fried egg, yes please.

    55555 by Dan S.

  • Eileen N.The London Underground is a new dessert you can't miss - it's like a gourmet candy bar. And if you are lucky enough to have Cameron as your server, be sure to follow his suggestions-I never regret it!

    55555 by Eileen N.

  • Cameron BlankThe burger here is my favorite burger in America. I could eat it twice a day and die happy. Don't miss the duck liver parfait.

    55555 by Cameron Blank

  • JessicaI was expecting a little better food wise, but I loved the decor and the drink menu!

    55555 by Jessica

  • Brendan R.The chicken & duck liver parfait is otherworldly, velvety and rich. You'll also love the house blend aged beef burger. Trust me.

    55555 by Brendan R.

  • Chefs FeedKevin Sbraga, chef of SBRAGA, eats here on his nights off. He loves the Chicken & duck liver parfait.

    55555 by Chefs Feed

  • Vinicius LVery good! Great food and beers at a fair price

    55555 by Vinicius L

  • Farha AliDuck & chicken liver parfait is AMAZING

    55555 by Farha Ali

  • Brent GatewoodLove the cocktails.

    55555 by Brent Gatewood

  • Chris B.Gluten free items denoted on the menu

    55555 by Chris B.

  • D B.My server was attentive, and the steak and chips were absolutely delicious.

    55555 by D B.

  • Adam S.Ranbit Pie and Guinness chocolate custard for dessert

    55555 by Adam S.

  • Rich C.dat rabbit pie- pastry chef game too nice

    55555 by Rich C.

  • Mike C.Ok chaps great place. For real you have to try the Shepherd's pie. And the beers are nice.

    55555 by Mike C.

  • Katherine B.Crappy service in the bar when waiting for a table. Go over to the Franklin until your table is ready. And that might be sooner than they said. Yeek.

    33333 by Katherine B.

  • Kathryn D.Great drinks...Pimm's deluxe and Tatanka are delicious :)

    55555 by Kathryn D.

  • Matt S.I REALLY enjoyed the Royale at brunch. I had NO idea I like poached eggs - soooo good!

    55555 by Matt S.

  • Vinnie ZappService is phenomenal. Alex our waiter is great, knows his food and beer!

    55555 by Vinnie Zapp

  • Amy L.Sit next to the fireplace on a blustery winter day! I'm so happy right now I could like, die!!

    55555 by Amy L.

  • WyngspanYou will feel like you are stepping into a London gastropub at this cozy Philadelphia establisment. Give it a trust rating on Wyngspan: http://bit.ly/1efhgFw

    55555 by Wyngspan

  • Dominika F.Go for the chicken and duck liver parfait and the crispy pork belly! Amazing!

    55555 by Dominika F.

  • Amy L.Dandelion salad is light and refreshing! Good beer selection too!

    55555 by Amy L.

  • Caroline T.The deviled eggs were out of this world, and so was the short rib. Definitely go for those!

    55555 by Caroline T.

  • Christian D.Real wood-burning fireplace on the mezzanine level. Winter outside. 'Nuf said!!

    55555 by Christian D.

  • AD C.Best liver pate! Also cute (small) tables for single diners.

    55555 by AD C.

  • Susan E.Everything was delicious!

    55555 by Susan E.

  • Tammy G.For brunch, order the beet cured salmon (trust me) and the poached egg with bubble & squeak. If there's a wait, head to the top floor bar and scope a seat instead.

    55555 by Tammy G.

  • Erica N.Great brunch menu. If you're thinking about a savory dish, go for the English Breakfast. If you'd rather have a sweet dish, choose the Scotch Pancakes. A nap is the perfect follow-up.

    55555 by Erica N.

  • GuiseppeDouble Chocolate Stoudt on Nitro is great.

    55555 by Guiseppe

  • Casey C.The Brunch was incredible.

    55555 by Casey C.

  • Pedro H.Rabbit pie is awesome!

    55555 by Pedro H.

  • Philly.comKeep calm and carry on at this kitsch-filled English pub near Rittenhouse Square. Head upstairs and check out the "dog room."

    55555 by Philly.com

  • Jacob O.Get the burger. Delicious :).

    55555 by Jacob O.

  • Emily M.Drink: get the Pimms Deluxe. Food: get the rabbit rillette, pork belly or fish and chips!

    55555 by Emily M.

  • Phil T.The burger is excellent

    55555 by Phil T.

  • Kandis K.Cute place. Good happy hour. Try the deviled eggs and Mac n cheese.

    55555 by Kandis K.

  • Do-Hee J.This is a wonderful place for drinks and dinner. I would highly recommend the duck and chicken liver parfait - amazing. The atmosphere and decor are great as well. This place is a keeper.

    55555 by Do-Hee J.

  • Michael L.The chicken-duck liver parfait is their signature dish. It's the perfect balance of sophistication, interest, and comfort. If you're not eating it, you're doing something wrong.

    55555 by Michael L.

  • PaulEnglish 20 ounce pint glasses. Cask le is expensive at $10

    55555 by Paul

  • Jennifer W.Pro: Today we had great service compared to the 2 other times we visited. Con: The meal flared my IBS which means they use crap foods that contain MSG.

    33333 by Jennifer W.

  • Blondiesandbrownies ..Mac & cheese is amazing! And so are the fish and chips.

    55555 by Blondiesandbrownies ..

  • Ben O.Get a beer of the cask list and be sure to order the rabbit rillettes and Welsh rarebit.

    55555 by Ben O.

  • Scott B.Great $3 imperial pints from 5-7 happy hour. Some good bar food for $2 each. Love it. Took notes and read while prepping for evening work.

    55555 by Scott B.

  • Scott B.Happy hour prices are great and the ambience is delightful. Having a Yards IPA for $3.25.

    55555 by Scott B.

  • nicoleHad the trout and a friend had the roasted chicken.. Absolutely to die for... And don't forget to try a fancy cocktail!

    55555 by nicole

  • Jenn R.Excellent Bangers and Mash. Super friendly staff. Wil definitely be coming again, next time I'm in Philly.

    55555 by Jenn R.

  • Robert G.Turkey club - do it - you won't be disappointed.

    55555 by Robert G.

  • Hannah K.The Eggs Benedict is to die for!

    55555 by Hannah K.

  • annie h.The Epcot of British pub culture. Come to admire the decor, they did a great job with it. Don't come expecting gastro-divinity. Because the food is mediocre. And not in the British way.

    55555 by annie h.

  • Carly D.Sit in the dog room

    22222 by Carly D.

  • Raven D.Beet marinated salmon, rabbit pie, pork belly, toffee pudding, chocolate pot, shoot yourself. It won't get any better.

    55555 by Raven D.

  • Chris V.This place may very well be a British Embassy. Strong selection of both English and American ales.

    55555 by Chris V.

  • Ariel A.Best French toast ever!!

    55555 by Ariel A.

  • Foobooz PhiladelphiaThe Dandelion has a warren of dining rooms on different floors, all done up in varying levels of kitsch, but the best seats in the house are still at the crowded main bar on the first floor.

    55555 by Foobooz Philadelphia

  • Ida B.Eat in the DOG Bar, it's the best!

    55555 by Ida B.

  • Michela D.Amazing burgers!!

    55555 by Michela D.

  • Kevin K.You haven't lived until you've had the Double Chocolate Stout

    55555 by Kevin K.

  • Travel + LeisureProof that pub fare is more than a fad here: the fish-and-chips, which achieves the pinnacle of moistness and flavor when its crust puffs up to encase the cod, letting the steam work its magic.

    55555 by Travel + Leisure

  • LaurenChicken and duck liver parfait is a must!

    55555 by Lauren

  • Visit PhillyOrder the A-list fish and chips dish which starred on The Best Thing I Ever Ate TV show.

    55555 by Visit Philly

  • Michael P.Good stuff. Crisp wheat beer and 16 oz.

    55555 by Michael P.

  • Michael P.Weinhenstephaner Heiffeweissen from the oldest brewery (founded circa 1040) plus $4 deviled eggs wrap up a night oh so well.

    55555 by Michael P.

  • Joe D.Fish and Chips are amazing...try them with a cask-conditioned English ale.

    55555 by Joe D.

  • Christian D.Try the Hoptimus Prime Ipa (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Christian D.

  • Men's Health MagOrder the deviled eggs as an appetizer and you'll taste a backbite of curry powder and cayenne pepper. As a main, request the rabbit, bacon, and spring vegetable pie, which arrives in a crock.

    55555 by Men's Health Mag

  • Peter S.Maybe the best burger I've had yet...

    55555 by Peter S.

  • The Corcoran GroupTry the Pimm's Cup (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by The Corcoran Group

  • Gautam P.Avoid the fish and chips!

    33333 by Gautam P.

  • Jeffrey S.Dark and cozy hideaway in the heart of Rittenhouse. The seasonal cocktails are great and you can't go wrong with the classic fish and chips.

    55555 by Jeffrey S.

  • Nicolai P.Best Caesar Salad I have ever had!!!

    55555 by Nicolai P.

  • Michael C.Scotch honeysuckle!

    55555 by Michael C.

  • Vanessa S.Pitcher of Dark and Stormy .... my Go-To drink.

    55555 by Vanessa S.

  • Wei V.Try the Deviled Eggs - With a hint of curry spice (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Wei V.

  • Wei V.Try the Duck Liver Plate - Definitely the best (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Wei V.

  • Kavitha S.Another Starr hit! The Swiss chard side was amazing n so was the lamb shepards pie!!

    55555 by Kavitha S.

  • Richard R.Drink beer here.

    55555 by Richard R.

  • Walt W.I love the Organic Honeydew beer! Also enjoyed the $2 deviled eggs during happy hour

    55555 by Walt W.

  • EaterStephen Starr's most exciting restaurant. From cured salmon to the best duck liver mousse in town... You cask beer drinkers will be very happy with the drink selection, too. [Eater 38 Member]

    55555 by Eater

  • Phil D.Try the duck rabbit stout

    55555 by Phil D.

  • Dining Out for Life PHLMake your reservation now! The Dandelion 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

  • Gregory W.The bar upstairs is far superior to the bar downstairs.

    55555 by Gregory W.

  • garyRabbit pie is fantastic - fries are some of the best ever

    55555 by gary

  • DK D.Try the The Pimm's Deluxe - Great cocktail! (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by DK D.

  • Stephen W.Pete makes the best bloodies at brunch

    55555 by Stephen W.

  • Penn A.High Tea is fun and unusual date.

    55555 by Penn A.

  • 34th Street MagazineWe're a little puzzled by Steven Starr decision to take on pub food, but we're sold on the triple cooked chips, rabbit pie and the mac and cheese. Check out our review for more deets.

    55555 by 34th Street Magazine

  • David C.Magner's over ice...

    55555 by David C.

  • Melissa K.awesome place to go for restaurant week although the portions are a little small and its on the pricier side of things as far as restaurant week goes but it was delicious!

    55555 by Melissa K.

  • HAHA MAG w.Sounds scary, tastes great: chicken duck liver parfait, beer flip.

    55555 by HAHA MAG w.

  • CrystalChicken and luck liver parfait is a must!

    55555 by Crystal

  • Kristine L.Great cocktails, bad vibes.

    55555 by Kristine L.

  • Elvin M.Try the burger! It's mouth watering delicious!!

    55555 by Elvin M.

  • Philadelphia MagazineOf all the British pubs in this city full of British pubs, the Dandelion is the one that hits closest to home for expat royalists and those who love them.

    55555 by Philadelphia Magazine

  • Philadelphia MagazineComfy leather chairs face the upstairs fireplace. Or linger over an Imperial pint by the downstairs fire.

    55555 by Philadelphia Magazine

  • Mark H.Nice place, unique. Sat at the bar for some beers, and great deviled eggs.

    55555 by Mark H.

  • Philadelphia MagazinePick the Scotch Honeysuckle. Dewar's scotch, dry vermouth, honey, lemon and rosewater.

    55555 by Philadelphia Magazine

  • Stephen N.The Tandoori Chicken rocks! Very juicy!

    55555 by Stephen N.

  • Jena H.Just walked in the door and I give this place A+++ - They can not do enough for us. Can't wait to try the food- To be continued!

    33333 by Jena H.

  • Cracken ..Rittenhouse at its finest.

    55555 by Cracken ..

  • J F.Try the Lamb Curry! Awesome!!!!!

    55555 by J F.

  • Suzie RYou must order the Pimm's Cup...it is a tasty treat.

    55555 by Suzie R

  • Mike EarlyGreat pimms cup

    55555 by Mike Early

  • Leigh Ann S.Try the Chicken Sandwich - Amazing. Who knew that raisin bread, avocado, and chicken would be so yummy. Brilliant.

    55555 by Leigh Ann S.

  • Rachel CGet the sticky toffee dessert! Melt in your mouth sweet deliciousness!

    55555 by Rachel C

  • Bill U.The rabbit pie is quite possibly the tastiest thing I've ever eaten while sitting in a bar. Get. It.

    55555 by Bill U.

  • Molly B.The oysters and deviled eggs are both so good!

    55555 by Molly B.

  • Mareya S.So so British menu . Great date night ambience though

    55555 by Mareya S.

  • The Corcoran GroupThis multi-floored British pub is a high end version of what you'd find downtown at The Dark Horse. Go for the food in particular, our recommendation being their triple-fried chips.

    55555 by The Corcoran Group

  • Nikki W.Reminded me of ye old English tavern. Great ambiance.

    55555 by Nikki W.

  • Brendan G.Get the Summer Flip. Refreshing cocktail!

    55555 by Brendan G.

  • Alexa P.Chocolate pudding is a must for dessert. Unexpectedly different.

    55555 by Alexa P.

  • STARR RestaurantsEnjoy The Dandelion's UK inspired gastropub fare with their food-friendly beer list featuring U.K. drafts and bottles that are rare stateside, along with three, constantly-rotating cask ales.

    55555 by STARR Restaurants

  • Joey AThe hostess was the hottest girl I've ever seen in my life haha

    33333 by Joey A

  • Alan J.Try the scones. Traditional style, very good.

    55555 by Alan J.

  • Lan G.Deviled egg and the lamb shepherd pie is Yummy!!!

    55555 by Lan G.

  • Charles B.The pork belly is very good. Awesome fries too.

    55555 by Charles B.

  • Matt V.The traditional roast is available on Sundays or bank holidays. Roast sirloin of beef w/ Yorkshire pudding, watercress, roast potatoes, horseradish sauce + beef gravy.

    55555 by Matt V.

  • Philadelphia MagazineGo for oysters and English staples, all of which will make you question British grub's bad rap.

    55555 by Philadelphia Magazine

  • Lindsay D.Order the Beer Flip but ask for light orange marmalade!

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  • Bullfrog & BaumStephen Starr does it again, and this time with a British inspired pub. This gastropub knows makes delicious Cumberland Sausages with Mashed Potato and Onion Gravy and Beer-battered Fish and Chips.

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  • Corey F.Porkbelly, porkbelly, porkbelly.

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  • Christopher D.Get the yorkshire pudding on Sundays

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  • Anil B.The ketchup is awesome

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  • Bryan CThe chocolate pot is the way to go.

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  • J Y.The Pan-Fried Foie Gras & Duck Egg was Heavy but very very good. Just ordered the Hot Chocolate Pot. Can't wait.

    55555 by J Y.

  • Ariane B.So pretty.

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  • KevinTranzLamb Sheppard's Pie is amazing. Abbott Ale on tap was excellent too. Beautifully designed space.

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  • Mason L.Try the Roasted Chicken then the Hot Chocolate Pot for dessert!

    55555 by Mason L.

  • Ron K.Bring a flashlight, it's dark!

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  • Jonathan M.Devikked eggs are delicious and well-presented

    55555 by Jonathan M.

  • Ashley BOpening soon!

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