King of Prussia (also referred to as KOP) is a census-designated place in Upper Merion Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, United States. As of the 2010 census, its population was 19,936. The community took its name in the 18th century from a local tavern named the King of Prussia Inn, which was named after King Frederick the Great of Prussia. Like the rest of Montgomery County, King of Prussia continues to experience rapid development. The largest shopping mall in the United States, the King of Prussia Mall, is located here. Also located here is the headquarters of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission Region I. King of Prussia is considered to be an edge city of Philadelphia, consisting of large amounts of retail and office space situated at the convergence of four highways.
Things to do in King of Prussia
4.5 based on 398 reviews
Feb 17 2018 -- Took my wife to Capital Grille for a surprise anniversary, Valentines Day and early birthday.
Staff was very polite and easy to deal with. Made reservations over the phone very easy. Arrived a little early staff was very nice wishing us happy anniversary and birthday sat us right away.
Waitress was great very pleasant. Cocktails are a little expensive $14 for a Manhattan 46 (it was very good) We ordered that bone in Filet with a side of mashed potato's and it was absolutely amazing highly recommend.
over all every one was very nice and accommodating food was amazing, only issue for us it was very expensive $200 including tip for 2 bone in filet, mash potato's and 2 cocktails.
4.5 based on 225 reviews
An independently owned restaurant featuring a comfortable, warm atmosphere. The menu offers an extensive wine selection and a fresh spin on classic cuts of top quality meats and fish. Our bar and lounge comfortably seats up to 50 guests and presents a sophisticated atmosphere.
I went based on the high marks on trip advisor reviews. I sat at the bar on a Monday night. There were a few spots open and I sat down. I was greeted quickly and ordered a drink. For food I started with the mussels which were a newer item on the menu. They were a bit heavier than I'd want for mussels. A rich broth with bacon again a bit heavy. It came with grilled sourdough. I had a glass of Sauvignon Blanc with this. I then went with the salmon. The fish was cooked perfect with a sweet glaze. It came with a Rosemary risotto and asparagus. The combo of flavors didn't work for me. The sweetness and the rosemary were better separate than together.
The atmosphere was odd. There was someone that appears to be a manager/owner that just kept talking and talking. Criticizing other restaurants in the area and problem he knew. And saying what they need to do and not do. The bartender was complaining about not getting enough Saturday shifts. The others at the bar clearly were regulars and many new each other. That is fine, but it felt like outsiders bs insiders.
I without question gave the bartender a nice tip as she was on top of things, but the overall vibe of the place was a bit stuffy and the menu a bit confused. Factor in the menu prices and I'm forced to give only 3/5.
4.5 based on 782 reviews
Restaurant Week in KOP and we decided to meet at Seasons 52 for dinner. They offered a prix-fixe menu but you could also order off the menu. The parking lot was really full and we found the complimentary valet at the front door - really nice feature. We were seated immediately and our server was great. We selected our meal and everything was served as ordered and very enjoyable. We were given plenty of time to enjoy the company of our friends never feeling rushed. Make sure you have reservations this place is very busy.
4 based on 655 reviews
Maggiano's Little Italy specializes in Italian-American cuisine served in a warm & friendly atmosphere. We are open daily for lunch & dinner, offer a convenient carryout service as well as beautiful & accommodating banquet space for every special occasion. Maggiano's menu features both classic & contemporary Italian-American recipes – homemade pastas, signature salads, prime steaks, fresh fish, regular chef specials & specialty desserts, accompanied by a large selection of wines & specialty drinks. The food is made from scratch daily & served in a welcoming environment. Family style service or individual entrees are available.
Exceptional in food, ambiance, and service.
A must stop when traveling in an about King of Prussia/ Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. Three stories of Restaurant that accommodates the individual diner and large groups.
My companion and I visited for our first time 2/21/2018 and found it to be one of the best that we had ever dined at. Large Italian, American, and Seafood menu that should satisfy all palettes. Much to choose from.
The Lasagna is the best of the best; the red sauce outstanding.
Our Dinner for Two consisted of a ‘Starter,’ Salad, Bread Plate, Entree, and Dessert for one, all for $43. For the two of us. Bar Drink Specials from 5-7 PM, weekdays.
Here’s the great addition: Each diner receives a ‘TO-GO’ Entree prepared by the Chef to eat at another time. This is all for the Special for Two at an amazing $43. price!
Desserts are made daily, on site! The Tiramisu is Superb!
Our Server, Kate, was as efficient and pleasant as any diner could expect.
In addition, Manager Jacob Eaise introduced himself and returned to our table several times to ensure that all was satisfactory. We assured him that everything was Outstanding!
We cannot say enough for the outstanding dining experience that we both had.
4.5 based on 124 reviews
Fogo de Chão(R) (fo-go dèe shoun), is an authentic Southern Brazilian steakhouse. In 1979, Fogo(R) began sharing the gaucho way of preparing meat in Porto Alegre, Brazil. Today, our gaucho chefs still expertly grill each of our 20 cuts of meat and offer you continuous tableside service. We invite you to enjoy the delicious preparations of our gaucho chefs along with our gourmet market table, authentic Brazilian side dishes, and award-winning wine list.
This is an all you can eat type Brazilian steak house. The “Salad Bar” is enormous with a very nice selection. They have meats, cheeses, salads, veggies, soup etc. it is well kept and enticing. They brim hot bread, mashed potatoes and polenta to the table. The meat selection was a nice variety and it was generous. I sat at a table which was the first one by the kitchen. Servers passed by constantly and kept bumping my chair and the back of my head. Make sure you are seated away from this area. Parking is also impossible at busy times so be prepared to valet or struggle for a parking spot.
4.5 based on 123 reviews
Healthy, Fresh, Authentic.
We were staying near this restaurant and, despite it being a BYOB, we decided to give it a try. It is on the ground floor of a condominium building. We had called for directions and the way they directed us was perfect.
Both my husband and I had kebobs and the meats were cooked to perfection. There was only one server for the entire restaurant so service was slow. We were in no hurry so it was fine.
The owner came out to see how we liked our dinners -- always a nice touch. Next time we'll bring a bottle of wine. That would have made our great meal even greater!
4 based on 511 reviews
The signature dish at Legal Sea Foods – really fresh fish. Legal Sea Foods is a Philly favorite. Surrounded by hotels and near both the Valley Forge Convention Center and Valley Forge National Historic Site, we are at a mall entrance on the upper level of the Court. Guests get reeled in by our buzz-worthy lounge and comfortable dining room. Half-shell hedonists may sit at our 10-seat horse-shoe shaped oyster bar where slurping is encouraged. Legal Sea Foods has long proven that a consistent, high quality dining experience never goes out of style. With over 40 varieties of fresh fish and shellfish available throughout the year as well as an award-winning wine list, there’s no doubt why legions of fans have fallen hook, line and sinker. We’ve received a boatload of accolades including the honor of serving our legendary New England Clam Chowder at every presidential inauguration since 1981.
I had the Crab Cake Combo and all three components were very good, scallops, prawns and Crab cakes. Wasn't particularly busy so service was relaxed and the meal was overall nice.
4 based on 251 reviews
A world of food awaits at Grand Lux Cafe featuring internationally inspired cuisine.Located at The Plaza between Neiman Marcus and Lord & Taylor, directly across the Crosswalk from Macy's.
The Grand Lux Cafe is certainly Lux. A very inviting dining room with massive windows and finely appointed furnishings. Our waiter was very accommodating and attentive without being intrusive. The room had a diverse set of patrons from well dressed adults to families with children to sweat pants twenty somethings.
My chicken salad sandwich was very good, my bride loved her Turkey choice. Fries were very good. Prices are fair given the attention to detail, maybe a dollar or two than you would spend elsewhere. This chain is a sister to the Cheesecake Factory chain.
When we first walked in at the beginning of lunch service the bar area on the left was near empty. When we left an hour later the place was packed. Obviously a popular place and this was on a Monday.
Highly recommended for an upscale lunch venue.
4.5 based on 112 reviews
With the warm ambience of a classic Irish pub and a menu made using the freshest and best ingredients, Wegmans' Pubs have become a popular dining destination.
We went to Wegmans for grocery shopping and took the opportunity to try their pub for a light meal. There were 6 of us including 3 teens. We ordered quesadillas, cheesesteak and burger sandwiches, fish and chips, the buffalo wings and the steamed mussels to share. We did well and finished everything. The food was good and the service fast and friendly. It was not that expensive over-all compared to the quantity and quality. As it is inside a supermarket, we probably will not go there unless we are there for the groceries anyway.
4 based on 295 reviews
We went to Sullivan's for our Anniversary. A friend made the reservation and he and his wife were supposed to join us. When we arrived, they were not there and there was no reservation. Not quite sure what happened. Thankfully the hostess was able to accommodate us. We were seated promptly. It took quite a long time for our meal to come out. My sea bass was delicious and cooked perfectly. My husband's bone-in fillet was overcooked. When the GM came by and my husband commented, the meal was whisked away to be replaced; mine was removed too. Another long wait. Our waitress came by with some seafood bisque to keep us satisfied. It was quite good. When our meal finally arrived, my husband's meat was cooked correctly. My new meal was overcooked. I didn't dare complain as I didn't want to wait again and I had eaten enough of the first one that I didn't really need a full meal. The staff, our waitress and the G.M. were very accommodating and really tried to fix things. We were given a drink and dessert on the house. All in all, we had a nice dinner, it was just a bit chaotic.
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