Ardiente Latin-Asian Restaurant CLOSED

Ardiente Latin-Asian Restaurant in Old City Philadelphia

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Philadelphia, PAPhillyBite Ardiente Latin-Asian Restaurant in Old City Philadelphia - Ardiente Restaurant is an elegant Latin/Asian crossbreed. Located in Old City Philadelphia, the new restaurant had taken two years to finally open. Michael Sciore, the owner of Philly's Latin radio station La Mega, is the proprietor of the Latin-Asian hybrid, which takes up two floors at 33 S. Second St.


This Restaurant is CLOSED

Ardiente Latin-Asian Restaurant in Old City Philadelphia ardiente, latin, asian, restaurant, city, philadelphiaIn Spanish, the term "ardiente" actually translates into burning, however, could additionally imply passionate or ardent. Attributes business owner Michael Sciore is definitely striving to reproduce at Ardiente in Old City. ardiente, latin, asian, restaurant, city, philadelphia



The menu is a mix of Asian and Latin fare, but Executive Chef Nihad Hajdarhodzic draws attention to the fact that it’s undoubtedly not fusion. Instead, the chef has designed a selection overflowing with lively, yet approachable Latin-Asian street foods. Guests can easily choose from starters, salads, ceviches, large dishes, rice and noodle plates, healthier options, as well as desserts. ardiente, latin, asian, restaurant, city, philadelphia



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