The Real Food Eater - Center City Philadelphia

Center City Philadelphia, PA - Mark Schatzker wrote “The path to good health is better tasting food.” His book, The Dorito Effect is just an exampled of how many more consumers today are becoming aware of what is in their food. High school friends, John Colasante and Mike Mangold are here to help that mission- bringing healthy, fast, and affordable dining to Center City Philadelphia with Real Food Eatery. Their restaurant just opened on July 20th, but this restaurant offers diners so much more with hot food options for lunch and dinner without all the unnecessary additives.Center City Philadelphia, PA - Mark Schatzker wrote “The path to good health is better tasting food.” His book, The Dorito Effect is just an exampled of how many more consumers today are becoming aware of what is in their food. High school friends, John Colasante and Mike Mangold are here to help that mission- bringing healthy, fast, and affordable dining to Center City Philadelphia with Real Food Eatery. Their restaurant just opened on July 20th, but this restaurant offers diners so much more with hot food options for lunch and dinner without all the unnecessary additives.

Ai Ramen at The Shops at Liberty Place

PhillyBite10Philadelhia, PA. - Ai Ramen translates to “ai” meaning “love” in Japanese. Located inside The Shops at Liberty Place food court. Ai Ramen is the newest addition to the food court, brought to you by the great minds behind Hai Street Kitchen. The restaurant opened in June 2016 and focuses on traditional, Tonkotsu-style ramen made with pork broth, fresh ingredients and noodles.

Wok Street - Southeast Asian Bowls in Philly

PhillyBite10From the great minds of Hai Street Kitchen comes Wok Street, a fast-causal eatery serving Southeast Asian bowls. Wok Street opened on May 12, 2016 at 1518 Chestnut Street. This eatery offers bowls inspired by the flavors of Thailand and a much healthier lunch and dinner option to those nearby.

Poke Bowl in Northern Liberties Philadelphia

PhillyBite10Northern Liberties Philadelphia, PA - Who could imagine that working as a Naval engineer would lead Mahmoud Chaabane to opening Poke Bowl in Northern Liberties, Philadelphia? Poke, pronounced “po-kay”, is Hawaiian for to section, slice, or cut. This raw fish salad originated in Hawaii as an appetizer or snack, but the trend is catching on quickly for being a healthy, fresh and flavorful meal!

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