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Posted by Ben on 04/06/2012
I went there on a Friday night with my wife and 2 kids. Immediately found a table. The Food was exquisite. I had to compliment The chef and the manager kevin was very nice and gracious. I have not been dissapointed in the dozens of times I went there
Posted by Anonymous on 07/17/2011
Went on a Sunday at 9:30, waited 15 minutes, I sat near the kitchen which was extremely hot even tho the air was on. Eggs bacon potatoes were perfectly cooked, the wife had a chihuaha burrito which was great. 30$ for 2 of not bad at all. 100% am going back but not sitting near the kitchen.;)
Posted by Sheeba on 05/11/2011
Waited almost 2 hours to get a seat for brunch. Pretty crazy. We even put our name in a head of time. I know it's a pain, but I wish they would accept reservations. The food was very good and inventive but don't think it was worth a two hour wait. The service was great...pretty impressive given the crowds. This place is loud/noisy, cramped and busy. Liked the Madonna music. Head to Jake/Coopers in Manayunk for a more relaxed, quiet brunch experience.
Posted by Steve Marshall on 11/22/2009
Visited Philly in Sept 09 from England, went to Sabrinas on the last night and was astounded by the food and service !! Try the Ribs and Mash... can't wait to visit again
Posted by Kim on 11/02/2009
Every where you go in Philly, people say oh great restaurant, terrible service. I think that this restaurant was the founder. My and I went on a saturday expecting to wait an hour for a table. When we arrived the hostess told us thirty minutes. We were written at the top of a new page. My husband and I waited and the group who put their name in before us was seated. After waiting another ten and watching about 5 other tables of ten get seated, we asked the hostess how long it would be. She proceeded to tell us that we had a hour wait and we had just put our names in. Would never go back as I am sure the other twenty people below us on the list will go back either. They refused to fix their mistake.
Posted by Eatin' the PHL on 07/29/2009
Here's one of Philadelphia's most overrated restaurants. I called ahead to see if I should put my name in for a table - they said 'no.' When we got there we waited outside in the cold for about 45 min. When we finally got in, the table was barely large enough for our group of 5 and the lighting was terrible - it was dark mood lighting, it was "we forgot to buy new lightbulbs." Then the server came and she was a not good. Rude and not at all helpful. That's okay, I thought, as long as the food is good. I ordered their challah french toast - everyone had been raving about it. Disappointing to say the least. It wasn't cooked all the way so I had slimy egg all over my plate and was otherwise not much more flavorful than most places. I tried a few of the other dishes at the table and thought they were mediocre at best. What all the accolades are all about... I have NO idea!
Posted by Kaitlin on 09/08/2008
I ate breakfast and it was AMAZING! The food was great, the service was good and the atmosphere was friendly and cozy. I would definitely come back here again to eat.