Philadelphia, PA - Philly is becoming a taco town. Amongst the authentic, mom-and-pop taquerias of South Philly, tried-and-true tequila bars, roving food trucks and the newest crop of Mexican joints, there is genuinely a taco for everyone in Philly. Here is where to find great Mexican in South Philadelphia.
Philadelphia, PA - In a sandwich town like Philadelphia it's not surprising to find some great Banh Mi around town. Also known as the Vietnamese hoagie, Banh Mi consists of a French baguette, with pickled and fresh vegetables and topped off with a protein, such as pulled pork or tofu. The name comes from the Vietnamese word for bread or more specifically the French baguette. A staple in Vietnamese cuisine and unlike the traditional French baguette the Vietnamese version is made with rice and wheat flour.
Philadelphia, PA - Philadelphia’s Jewish fare is a mouth-watering expression of the city’s old school Jewish traditions, as well as its modern-day leanings. Philadelphia boasts Jewish bakeries which maintain traditional practices such as Kaplan’s and Lipkin’s along with those who bend the rules such as Essen and Philly Style Bagels.
Philadelphia, PA - The Philadelphia-Israeli street food scene is intense, thanks to falafel joints Goldie, Mama’s Vegetarian and hummus shop Dizengoff. Listed below are some of the best places in Philly to enjoy Israeli Street Food in the City of Brotherly Love.