Restaurant Roundup: Tony Roni's to Georges'
Patch reviews Tony Roni’s, Marrone’s Pizzeria, Ha Long Bay, Havertown Sciarrino’s, Carmine’s Pizza and Restaurant, The Plumstead Inn, The Rib Crib, The Whitemarsh Valley Inn, Susanna Foo Gourmet Kitchen, Adobe Grill and Georges’.
Looking for a good restaurant to go to this weekend?
Narberth-Bala Cynwyd Patch brought you the details of Tony Roni’s Thursday. If the tomato pie is good enough for the late, great Harry Kalas, it should be good enough for you. Chef/Owner Tony Altomare didn’t begin in the industry but he’s more than made up for lost time. This go-getter now has 7 locations of his eponymous eatery. Click here for the Meet the Chef/Owner.
If that restaurant isn’t to your liking, check out other area restaurants that Patch reviewed this week:
Delicious pizza with the sauce on top, an impressive selection of beers and a slice of ricotta cheesecake that is out of this world are the draws of this local haven. Just remember it’s cash only. Click here for the review.
Ever wanted to go to Vietnam but couldn’t afford the airfare? Get a taste of Saigon at this “hidden” gem. Try the BBQ pork sandwich—you won’t be disappointed. Click here for the review.
A truly delicious TMB panino will leave you begging for more. The tomato, mozzarella and basil sandwich on a sesame bun is warm and toasty but enjoyable any time of year. Click here for the review.
A Greek-American chef/owner who learned the tricks of the trade from his mother and father-in-law, this proud business owner had some interesting things to say about the industry. Click here for the Meet the Chef.
Chef Leroy is a Renaissance man who grew up in a household of cooks, sings in a soul band and can think on his feet. He is hilarious and modest. Click here for the Meet the Chef.
The Rib Crib 6333 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19144
Though only open Thursday-Saturday, this local BBQ joint still manages to pack a punch. Stop in for some juicy BBQ chicken or some tasty ribs—stick with the regular, the short ends cost more and have less flavor. Click here for the review.
A fine dining setting, great Angus beef and tasty chocolate cake are the draws to this decidedly special occasion restaurant. Don’t expect anything out of the ordinary but rest assured the simply seasoned items will be done well. Click here for the review.
Stop in for some amazing Szechuan pork buns, firecracker shrimp and impeccable service. Dress up for the occasion and enjoy your dinner in the lovely dining room. Click here for the review.
Chef/owner Mariano Herrerias started off as a dishwasher but is now the proud chef/owner of multiple restaurants in Mexico and the United States. His tireless work ethic, creativity and sense of humor are what have led to his success. Click here for the Meet the Chef.
There is no need to travel all the way into the city to taste the wonderful creations of Chef Georges Perrier. Stop into Georges’ for his casually sophisticated cuisine. Click here for the review.