Heading to the Mall? Here are the Best King of Prussia Eats

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Christine Tarlecki compiled a list of all the best places to eat while on a King of Prussia shopping spree. Image via Christine Tarlecki.

Shopping at the King of Prussia Mall is a local tradition especially in fall, when wardrobes need refreshing and kids need equipping.

Navigating the mall’s massive footprint burns a lot of calories. A CBS3 estimated that walking in and out of every store on property yields a four-mile hike.

Refueling is therefore essential. But fortunately, the mall is overflowing with options for everything from quick-serve to sit-down.

Starting early? Head to the Corner Bakery on the perimeter of the mall (across from Primark), which offers a café experience with seasonal flavors, breakfast sandwiches and wraps, muffins, desserts, and of course, coffee.

Need an in-between snack or a quick sandwich?

Auntie Anne’s Pretzels is a mall favorite, as are California Tortilla, Chick-fil-A, Chipotle, Asian Bento Café, Sushi & Sushi, Subway, Chop & Toss Salad Company, Cinnabon, Cold Stone Creamery, Five Guys Burgers and Fries, Mr. Wish, Qu Japan, The Marketplace Eatery, Pholicious, Starbuck’s, Popeyes, Ruby Thai Kitchen, and Marketplace Café Nordstrom.

Many of the mall’s restaurants offer lunch and dinner.

Shake Shack, a modern-day hamburger stand offers the best burgers, frozen custards, fries, shakes, and chicken sandwiches around. The delicious fare and customer service turn a stop into an experience

Craving Italian? Maggiano’s Little Italy offers traditional Italian cuisine that will satisfy your carb craving and taste delicious. How about seafood? Try Bonefish Grill’s Bang Bang Shrimp, fresh wood-fired fish, or fresh salads.

Get fresh and flavorful with bartaco or J Alexander’s. These restaurants offer fresh food in a relaxing setting, which you’ll need after shopping all day. Pizza with pizzazz can be found at NoRTH Italia on the way to Neiman Marcus.

The Cheesecake Factory is a long-time favorite of KoP mall shoppers, if not for dinner, just for dessert. Fresh items made from scratch with palate-pleasing flavors along with craft cocktails and of course, five-star desserts like the Snickers cheesecake, mango key lime cheesecake, or salted caramel cheesecake

Cheese-chocolate fans will just melt over The Melting Pot. It also has vegan options and a timely Fall flavors menu.

True Food Kitchen offers lunch and dinner, so don’t miss the seasonal nutrient-rich menu and cocktails made from scratch, plus local wine and beer, and pressed juice

The Yard House serves lunch and dinner, and offers a place where hot food and cool brews like imported and American beers make the perfect combination.

While in King of Prussia, don’t forget the nearby Mall King of Prussia Mall Town Center (at 155 Village Drive Suite 100 in King of Prussia). Its dining experiences include Founding Farmers, Mission BBQ, Duck Donuts, Fogo de Chao, honeygrow, and Paladar Latin Kitchen.

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