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Posted by sovta on 05/10/2013
Not every restaurant on the Main Line is willing to accommodate a party of 11 for lunch on Saturday. Tango did. The menu choices were varied & met everyone's needs. The staff arranged a table that was conducive to animated conversation The service was fantastic. I plan to return soon.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/01/2012
Don't let the negative reviews stop you from going to this lovely, charming, local spot with excellent food and friendly service. We almost did after reading reviews alleging rude service, train noise, and overpriced food. We found none of those things to be true. We were greeted warmly and our waitress was friendly and attentive. The train went by once, and while I noticed my fellow diner did not, so much for train noise. The food was well worth the trip, and the price. The steak was cooked perfectly and accompanied by delicious fingerling mashed potatoes. The lobster ravioli was probably the best I've ever had. The only glitch was dessert. The offerings on the menu are great, we chose the cream puffs and would not recommend them. When we advised our server she gladly took it off the bill, with an apology. We will absolutely go back again.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/12/2010
Expensive and overrated, but yet still packed with the old school main line crowd. I guess they do not go into the city that often to know the difference. Had the skirt steak which was actually cooked the way I ordered it, but the taste was bland as well as the appetizers (taquitos) and my sides of black beans and sweet potato fries were served cold. My mom got the scallops which were ok but the asparagus risotto was served extremely al-dente and starchy with about three little pieces of asparagus. Hop on the train (right next to the restaurant) and head into the city to get your money's worth. I gave this place a second chance and now I am officially done
Posted by sblit on 07/09/2010
I have eaten here many times, the quality and product is geting worse.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/11/2010
The scallops were tiny and so overcooked it was like chewing gum. The risotto that they were served over was crunchy and completely sticky. The waitress was mostly absent and when she did show to clear the plates, she whisked my full plate away without asking if we enjoyed the meal (I guess it was obvious that we didn't). The atmophere is cute, but a bit cramped. Overall, Tango is a total waste of time and money.
Posted by Chrissy M. on 05/16/2008
My favorite restaurant. Love it all... from the salads to desert. I recommend the duck. It is wonderful. Also, the seafood dishes are delicious.
Posted by CB on 02/01/2007
Tango is by far one of the best on the Main Line. Tucked alongside the train tracks, they did the best job possible on interior design in a smaller spot... just don't be surprised if your water shakes if the occasional train roars past! The cashew crusted salmon is to die for- and I've had it on several occasions, and each time it was consistently cooked and presented. Great appetizers, and the prices are not bad for the portions. Go early or make a reservation. If you drop in on a weekend, you'll find yourself waiting. Outdoor dining when the weather is nice is also a big plus. Really good place- you definitely should try it!