The restaurant scene in Ardmore continues to bloom with several new eateries joining the dining scene this year, writes Kenneth Hilario for Philadelphia Business Journal.
The influx of new restaurants is part of a decade long strategic plan to rebrand this Montgomery County suburb as a destination spot.
Two new food and beverage establishments have already opened this year including the French pastry and chocolate shop Delice et Chocolat. These are being joined by more eateries that will be opening over the next few months.
One of these is a rebrand of an eatery that opened last year. German born, Saida Davis, has rebranded the Moroccan and Middle Eastern eatery Firinji as Marokko. It will have a new menu featuring dishes such as bastilla, kefta, and tagines.
Another newcomer is South Philadelphia’s Nam Phuong Bistro, which is opening its second location on Cricket Avenue in Ardmore. This version will be more upscale than the original, but will still serve the eatery’s traditional dishes such as Pho.
Bam Bam Seoul Kitchen is also coming to Ardmore by early fall. It will offer popular Korean dishes such as galbi, bulgogi, and ramen.
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