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Posted by Jim on 04/13/2011
This is a comfortable, rustic old Phila restaurant. The prices are very reasonable given the quality and quantity of the food. The Prime Rib and Fried Oysters are always excellent, as are the Lamb Chops. They have Steak Fries that are actually crispy and delicious. The service is always excellent. If you want a fancy, lavishly furnished place, this isn't for you. But, if you want a very good meal with great service in a comfy atmosphere and at a reasonable price, give Lehman's a try.
Posted by jackie on 01/11/2011
me and my husband love this restaurant and go whenever we get the chance. Get the special (fillet mignon and shrimp legion) its delicious and a great price. The service is always friendly and they have excellent soups. We always have left overs the portions are great too.
Posted by Bill Wellman on 12/18/2010
Not only the largest ones,I,ve ever received after ordering, but extremely tasty and plentiful. You would,nt think a Philly tavern/restaurant would have such great seafood!. Wife ordered a seafood platter which was excellent...very moist and flavored well.. From Central Jersey...We.d go back here!
Posted by Heather on 10/05/2010
I have to assume that the only way this restaurant is able to charge this much money for this quality of food and ambiance is due to their prioximity to the airport. A couple of friends and I made the mistake of going to this restaurant while stuck in an airport mess. It was nice that the schudle was free, but I couldn't believe how much the place charged for service that might have been considered "upscale" in central PA in te 1930's. The food itself had little flavor and condiments and some side dishes were served in plastic or aluminum take-out containers. Further, the style of the cuisine was about what I might expect in economy class on an airplane - only in larger quanity. Before putting down plates the servers laid down somewhat rumpled paper placemats (which I'm guessing they do to keep from changing the table clothes - appetizing). The silverware was cheap, as were the glasses. At a minimum of $16.00 per plate (the cheapest being spaghetti and meatballs), I had a hard time being nice to the waitress after the food arrived - which was too bad because the service was quite good. And really, if the prices were adjusted it would be a more-upscale version of a diner (and alittle more quiet). But as it stands, you can do a lot better at any chain - Outback, Olive Garden, take your pick.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/22/2010
I have been to Lehman's with my mom and sister at least twice a year; we go to Colonial Theater in Aldan and then to Lehman's. I always order the London Broil - it is delicious!! - and I always take some home and have it for leftovers. I cannot get enough of this and I am a vegetarian at all other times of the year!!! THANK YOU FOR BEING CONSISTENT!
Posted by anonymous on 07/14/2009
We have been long time customers. The food is good most of the time - the specials are really nice. However, the menu is rather old and tired: other than daily chef's original idea specials - it probably has the same menu as it did the day it opened. The service is always superb and the afternoon bartender is the best in Delaware County.