Looking for a good restaurant to go to this weekend?
Narberth-Bala Cynwyd Patch brought you the details of Ginza Thursday. for the full review.
If that restaurant isn’t to your liking, check out other area restaurants that Patch reviewed this week:
Gluten- and dairy-free items to satisfy the most finicky sweet tooth. Conveniently located in the Wynnewood train station, this bakery is perfect for those on the go. for the full review.
This restaurant offers up Persian specialities as well as Middle Eastern staples like hummus, stuffed grape leaves and kebobs. For those looking for a bit more European fare, the menu also has Greek and Italian items. for the full review.
Though home of the world famous "Schmitter" sandwich, this eatery also has healthy options and a heavenly chocolate cake that was inspired by one of the co-owner's honeymoon trip to California. to read more.
A one-stop shop for all your needs. This deli also has basic groceries, newspapers, beer and oodles of candy. for the full review.
Old world restaurant specializing in seafood with changing daily specials. Go all out and order a whole steamed lobster or stick with classics like oysters Rockefeller and snapper soup. for the full review.
Despite the name, Iron Hill has much more than just great beer. This restaurant has an extensive menu helmed by an industry vet who has spent most of his life in kitchen. to read more about the chef.
Neighborhood hot spot with freshly baked goods both savory and sweet. Find out more about this owner's love of brioche, ratatouille and salt and pepper soup by .
Looking for a great place to have lunch on Main Street? Look no further than Hikaru. The lunch specials are some of the best deals around. for the full review.
Spanish and Mexican tapas are the name of the game at this recently opened restaurant. Stop in for a quick bite before the movie starts or for a full feast and cocktails with your favorite people. for the full review.