Discover the best restaurant in Warrington, United States including KC Prime, Village Bagel Co., Empanada Mama, Warrington Pastry Shop, Giovanni's Pizza, Joseph Ambler Inn Pub & Restaurant, Tj Smiths, HONEY Restaurant, Casablanca Morracan Restaurant, The Melting Pot
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4 based on 258 reviews
This was not our first visit to KC Prime but we have learned over time that since it is a steakhouse, it's best to order some sort of steak! Our group of 4 had 2 filets, 1 sirloin and 1 prime rib. The happiest people in our group were the 2 filets! Nice cuts cooked to perfection! The prime rib was fatty and the sirloin was just "ok." The mashed sweet potatoes were great and we ordered sides of spinach (very good) and the lobster mac and cheese (fair because it contained 2 pieces of lobster and was a bit dry).
We were celebrating my wife's birthday so they did surprise us with a generous cut of pumpkin cheesecake which was a nice touch! Overall it was a nice dinner but not outstanding.
5 based on 50 reviews
This is a great place for two reasons - the bagels and all the makings are wonderful and it is always very, very clean-two things that you only find in a privately owned eatery. I highly recommend the cheddar bagel with veggie cream cheese. Yum!
Their coffee is also great!
4.5 based on 119 reviews
Empanada Mama combines traditional Argentine empanada pastry dough with incredibly unique and diverse fillings to bring Bucks County and empanada with a Gringo twist. Our empanadas are perfect for a quick lunch or snack on the go, a corporate office catering, and/or a party appetizer. We also offer a variety of homemade salads and specialty desserts. With a menu that changes on a daily basis, there is something to please everyone and you will never run out of options. Which one will become your favorite?
We've gotten empanadas from Empanada Mama many, many times. They are always delicious - both the sweet and the savory. Honestly, you can't go wrong with any of them! Don't forget to try the sauces - make up as many combinations as you can think of, they all work.
5 based on 13 reviews
Traditional bakery with delicious danish, cookies, etc. I have been going here for years and have never been disappointed in the quality. My personal favorites are the strawberry-cheese croissants, the cheese kolaches and the cheesecake. They also custom make cakes (for birthdays, weddings, etc.).
They open early - six, I think, and if you go later in the day they are sometimes sold out of the good stuff. Closed Sunday & Monday.
4.5 based on 55 reviews
Well our family of 5 waited over an hour to be seated. It was as if we were invisible. People showed up and were seated ahead of us on numerous occasions. The staff are not very Brite. They kept telling us it was because we had 5. When I finally have had enough the manager offered me a beer and said it would only be a few minutes more. We left and will never be back.
4.5 based on 238 reviews
We went here for a wake and we couldn't had a better experience. The food and service were extraordinary. The food we had was buffet style, beef medium rare, chicken breast and salmon. The salmon was perfect, moist, flaky and delicious. The beef was flavorful and juicy. All the side were perfect. The green beans were my favorite. The bar is more wine and spirits than beer (all bottle). They could expand it a bit. It's a great place with good atmosphere. I highly recommend this place.
4 based on 174 reviews
Extensive menu, including gluten free options. Sports bar interior. A tad noisy during happy hour. Great staff.
4.5 based on 446 reviews
Globally inspired, one of a kind shared small plates.
Shelley provided great service and the drinks and food — salmon tacos, cheese plate, and green beans — were excellent. It’s a romantic, comfortable atmosphere. My only complaint would be that he portions of cheese were skimpy, not really enough for two persons. Overall a definite recommendation.
4.5 based on 72 reviews
My first night in Doylestown was well spent with a stop at Casablanca. I was worried about my selection for dinner that night when I walked in and the restaurant was pretty empty...granted it was a Sunday night in a small town...but nevertheless I decided to stay and try it out.
If you go to this restaurant, the first thing to do is make sure you bring an eating buddy. It’s a 7 course meal for $35 dollars, and I wasn’t able to finish everything sadly. I enjoyed most of the courses, but the full experience is why I rated this restaurant 4 stars.
First off, there’s belly dancing during portions of your dinner. That was entertaining. Second, you start off with the server bringing rose water to wash your hands since you’ll be eating only with your hands....but you can ask for a fork if you give in like I did by the 5th course lol
Try to remember the location you’re in, now factor in you have a restaurant serving food that you won’t be able to find elsewhere in the town. Include the atmosphere, the dancing, the whole experience and you have a great place to go for a one-of-a-kind experience. Bring a date or go with friends and you’re in for a treat.
4 based on 85 reviews
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Good food and dessert. Make sure you have some time as you are cooking your own food. If you have been to a melting pot before, you will have the same experience.
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