Philadelphia Inquirer: Which Three Montco Restaurants Offer Best Takeout Food

Ken Knickerbocker
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While local eateries have closed for on-premises dining due to the stay-at-home order, many of them are now offering their delicious meals through takeout. Image via Facebook.

While eateries in Montgomery County and all across the region have closed for on-premises dining due to the stay-at-home order, many of them are now offering their delicious meals through takeout, writes Craig LaBan for The Philadelphia Inquirer.

To help you find some of the best available options, The Philadelphia Inquirer has compiled a list of the best eateries for takeout in Montgomery County based on its readers’ picks.

Ripplewood in Ardmore has received numerous recommendations, including one from Mary Beth Driscoll of Jenkintown.

“We had burgers from Ripplewood in Ardmore last night, and they were delicious!“ she wrote. “Fries were tasty, too.”

Meanwhile, Bluefin in East Norriton remains one of the most consistently admired sushi outposts not just in Montgomery County but in the Philadelphia suburbs overall. Chef Yong Kim continues to impress with his creations, including the tuna sundae and white tuna habanero appetizers as well as the delicious fluke usuzukuri.

Finally, Po Le in Lower Gwynedd Township offers mouth-watering classic Italian kitchen, including some of the area’s best clams Casino and a soulful duck ragù to go with its hand-rolled pasta.

Read more about the best takeout places at The Philadelphia Inquirer by clicking here.

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