Huevos rancheros were tasty with guac and pico. The croissant french toast has sweet strawberry jam. Fries were addicting! Would highly recommend for brunch if you love the Beatles' music.
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Went here for their wings and cheese fries and wasn't disappointed. First, got their Thai wings and they tasted awesome. Perfect crisp- perfect taste. Second, got their cheese fries and the portion they gave us was big and delicious. Third, the waitress was great. The...More
Great place for a reliable meal and attentive service. Creme brûlée French toast was relish but obviously sweet- paired well with the beet salad, one of the better ones I've had. Fried pickles were a little bit of a let down- pickled too big to...More
Party of 7 family and friends headed over for a Saturday brunch. Service was excellent. Food also great. Group had shrimp and grits, Philly cheese steak omelet, rancheros, crab cakes and chicken and waffles. And the soup of the day. Very good. All great. Give...More
We went for the happy hour to try their food. The food was fine but not much of a happy hour place. Other places in the city have better happy hour options. This place is better as a night club and has strictly ok for...More
My boyfriend and I spent a long weekend in Philly. We really love cute and unique breakfast spots. So Silk City was perfect. We sat outside and we could not stop looking around, the detail alone is amazing. Such a great atmosphere. The food was...More
We went two nights in a row. First night we ate light and had the tomato soup and beef stew which were fabulous. Now, when went back the next night that blew us away....we had the meatloaf (holy cow Batman) and the salmon over the...More
My son and I had brunch here on a whim. I was pleasantly surprised to find good vegetarian options on the menu and food prepared as well as any eatery I've been to, with quality ingredients. The soup special was so good (smoked chicken and...More
Ordered the chicken fried steak and eggs. The potatoes and eggs were good the chicken fried steak was no good. I will not be back. Also my coworker ordered chili which neither looked smelled or tasted like chili. Prices are high for low quality food.
After going to the Edgar Allen Poe National Historic Site we stopped in here for a beverage before continuing on our long walk. The garden appears cute at first glance until you look closer and realize everything is overgrown and needs to be trimmed. All...More