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Sazon

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  • Venezuelan, South American
  • 941 Spring Garden St, Philadelphia PA19123 39.961895 -75.154362
  • (At N 9th St)
  • (215) 763-2500
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User Ratings (Based on 9 reviews)

3.865
Food 4.1 Value 3.9
Service 3.7 Atmosphere 3.8

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(215) 763-2500
Website:
www.sazonphilly.com
Notes:
Cash Only
Hours:
Tue-Wed: 5:30pm-9pm Thu: 5:30pm-10pm Fri: 5:30pm-11pm Sat: 11am-11pm Sun: 11am-9pm
Serves:
Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Cheap Eats, BYOB, Take Out, Catering

User Reviews

  • Sazon

    Posted by Anonymous on 10/10/2011

    Great Eats!!

    This place has great food, loved the empanadas, full size for an appetizer, entrees are good size and very tasty. I wish they had more tables, rather than booths, the chairs are a bit small if you are full size person. The hot chocolates are awesome. You must try this place.

  • Sazon

    Posted by Lilibeth Herrera on 03/15/2010

    Great healthy food!!

    Thank you so much Judy and Robert , you guys are awsome, excelent service, outstanding food, love the place ,to enjoy yourself or with company. Who said that you can't enjoy eating a excelent and delicious plate and eat healthy at the same time. Thank you so much again!!! Lily. PS: best chocolate in town too. My son Anthony Love it!!

  • Sazon

    Posted by abryantd on 07/28/2008

    Best Venezuelan in Philly!

    Having lived in Venezuela for 10 years, I can honestly say this is the best Vene food I have had in years. The arepas are wonderful and the owners were fun to reminisce with about Venezuela. I will absolutley return to Sazon, hopefully pretty regulary!

  • Sazon

    Posted by A great adventure for kids! on 06/24/2008

    A great adventure for kids!

    I took my kids to Sazon after seeing the Pirate exhibit at the Franklin Institute so they could taste some real pirate food! The owner kindly allowed us to enter the restaurant before it was officially open. The decor consists of many crafts from Venezuela and is attractive and stimulating. Service was prompt and very gracious. Portions were generous, and the food was prepared with the utmost care. The owner explained that everything was prepared from scratch. We tried arepa and empanada, as well as the grilled steak dinner entrees. For dessert we ordered the chocolate quesillo and the hot chocolate. The hot chocolate is the gold star dish of this restaurant. The chef starts with the cacao bean from Venezuela. Our server brought some roasted beans to our table and let the children taste them. The cacao beans are roasted, and then a hot chocolate is concocted that has the consistency of a molten truffle. This is the best hot chocolate I have had in my life! I highly recommend Sazon restaurant, and bring the kids!

  • Sazon

    Posted by Gene on 03/29/2008

    Surprisingly Good

    I was born and raised in Venezuela, and I can say with some authority that the food is very good. While it may not be 100[%] authentic, the variations are a slight adaptation to the local taste, and not outside of variations that you can easily find in Caracas at nicer restaurants. For me it is just a blessing that this is available at all, and I encourage people to try it. If you think that South American food is tacos and hot sauce, you need to educate yourself here. Every country has a fairly unique cuisine, and this restaurant does a good job of representing Venezuela. Finally, their chocolates are a unique thing on its own. I have never had chocolate drinks as good in Venezuela as the ones I taste here. I would recommend experimenting with a couple of them. If you are expecting a luxurious treatment you will be disappointed. The area is quite ugly, and the service is very informal. With regards to returning the food, it is inappropriate to go to an international food restaurant expecting Friendly's food. The taste will be different, and very unique. It would be unfair if you have the taste buds of a five year old to return every meal you are served. But that's just my opinion!

  • Sazon

    Posted by l.c. on 10/30/2007

    friendly neighborhood byob

    had a great birthday party here. food was great, one wrong dish was quickly replaced. my 3 year old is always welcome here. judy, the owner sang happy birthday in spanish for us! good time!! vegetarian dishes are not an afterthought here, which i really appreciate. wonderful, flavorful tofu!

  • Sazon

    Posted by Mary on 05/10/2007

    Bad experience!

    The food we had in this restaurant was not authentic Venezuelan food and the service was very mediocre the hostess and the manager were impolite. Especially the manager who has no manners and etiquette! Also we tried calling before going there to make a reservation and the person who answered either did not speak English well or had no sense of courtesy!! Totally bad experience. I wonder if the owner also has bad manners.

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