Restaurant Roundup: Brittingham's to Baxter's
Patch reviews Brittingham’s, Hykel’s Submarine Sandwich Bar, Flip and Bailey’s Bar and Grill, The French Bakery, Taj Indian Cuisine, Uno Chicago Grill, Campbell’s Boat House, Avenue Bistro!, Bala Pizza, Margaret Kuo’s, The Ugly Moose and Baxter’s.
Looking for a good restaurant to go to this weekend?
Plymouth-Whitemarsh Patch brought you the details of Brittingham’s Irish Pub and Restaurant Thursday. The service is a bit lackluster but this could be a fun place to watch the Eagles, Phililes or Flyers. The Irish potato skins definitely hit the spot as does the prime rib melt. Click here for the review.
If that restaurant isn’t to your liking, check out other area restaurants that Patch reviewed this week:
A truly wonderful crock of French onion soup and upside down hoagies await you at this local haunt. The chef always adds a little love to his food and it shows. Click here for the review.
A true neighborhood spot with a killer cheeseburger and $2 Rolling Rocks, this is my kind of place. The Cobb salad was a great source of protein even if the eggs didn’t look so hot. Click here for the review.
Freshly baked pastries, delightful sandwiches and bottomless cups of coffee are the draws here. The tables aren’t the most private but that’s a small price to pay for such quality goods. Click here for the review.
An all you can eat Indian buffet complete with chai, dessert and freshly baked naan, this place offers you the most bang for your buck. The saag paneer and chana masala were delightful vegetarian options. Click here for the review.
Whether you dig deep dish or thin crust pizza, you can find it here. My own vote is for the “numero uno” pizza although the fig, goat cheese and broccoli pizza can hold its own as well. Click here for the review.
The steamed clams and crab legs were an amazing start to our meal. My cold beer was the perfect pairing to the savory ocean bounty although I was less impressed with the fish and chips. Click here for the review.
A local guy wants to bring real food back to the neighborhood he loves and does so. He is friendly, outgoing and has a super connected network of industry folks. Click here for the Meet the Owner.
The Bala Special pizza is one of the greatest things you can eat in Bala Cynwyd. It’s got everything you could possibly want including beef, pepperoni, mushrooms, sausage, onions, peppers and olives. Find out more about the man behind the menu, click here for the Meet the Owner.
Tasty Chinese and Japanese delights abound at this upscale restaurant. Stop in for some General Tso’s chicken, uni, edamame or just have it all. Click here for the review.
Excellent beer list, delicious steak, pasta and salmon entrees as well as valet parking make this place an ideal destination any day of the week. The carrot cake will have you postponing your diet another day. Click here for the review.
The lamb chops are the star of the show here while other menu items pale in comparison. The bottomless bloody Mary Sunday brunch does sound fantastic though. Click here for the review.