Philadelphia, PA - Native Philadelphian Thai Dinh, after a short time way, has returned to Philadelphia to open The Breakfast Den in the corner spot formerly occupied by The Little Spoon Cafe.
The Breakfast Den South Street Pet Friendly
The Breakfast Den is a cute pet-friendly breakfast spot on South Street. Offering up American-Vietnamese comfort food, quick bites, and plenty of vegetarian options.
The Breakfast Den Menu
The menu offers Table Bites such as Fried Pork Belly Bites, Crispy Tofu, and Mommas Egg Rolls. TBD Breakfast specials, including the TBD Usual, which consists of 2 eggs any style with crispy eggplant and your choice of bacon, sausage patties, or fried chicken served with home fries.
The Sandwich Club includes a popular Vietnamese Banh Mi sandwich the Op La, 2 fried eggs, bacon, housemade sausage patties, eggplant pate with house pickles, TBD herbs, b.aioli on a baguette served with up chips. Or, the Morning TB Sammy, Turkey bacon, egg whites, spinach and cucumbers with our secret sauce on a brioche bun served with home fries
The Breakfast Den is currently offering take-out only and outdoor dining. Indoor dining will be available once Covid-19 restrictions are lifted by the city.
Located at 1500 South St, Philadelphia, PA 19146, hours of operation are Tuesday-Sunday 8 AM - 4 PM
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