Matyson

Row 1

Details
37 S 19th St
Philadelphia, PA 19103
(215) 564-2925
American
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Sun: 11:30 AM–11:00 PM
Singleplatform

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  • If you're having trouble on deciding what to get, try the scallops in lobster pho broth.
  • Apple doughnuts!
  • Rebecca the host / manager whatever she is, is awful. Got our reservation wrong, showed her confirmation she said "oh well, leave". Cranky b@$? Shouldn't be in the service industry.
  • Incredible food especially the kale and the butterscotch pudding
  • Matyson makes lamb belly the new pork belly. Come out and see why they made our 2011 list of Best Restaurants of Philly.
  • Really great tomato soup and matyson burger
  • One of our fav spots for an impromptu week nite meal that we always enjoy that's equally delicious and romantic :)
  • The crowd is all ordering the same thing these days: the five-course tasting menu. And once again, why shouldnt they be? After all, the Foobooz/Philly Mag brain trust more or less told them to.
  • Lynn Rinaldi, chef of Paradiso, eats here on her nights off. She loves the Seared foie gras.
  • The city's contemporary BYOB scene has staked a flag just north of Rittenhouse Square in this charming (albeit noisy) storefront bistro.
  • This gem featuring Chef Ben Puchowitz's creative cuisine is a great spot for lunch and dinner. Our favorites include the Cobia, the Long Island Duck Breast, and the Peppermint Ice Cream Sandwich.
  • The menu always changes, but it's worth going back for more.
  • Whatever you do, get the scallops + braised shortrib dish
  • One of my favorite Philly meals. The cobia is out of this world, as is the arugula/ricotta salad. Don't miss the incredible desserts!
  • Great restaurant. Scallops and short ribs is easily one of the best dishes I've had in Philly. The duck was delicious as well.
  • The servers are super nice, which added to our amazing experience. Definitely get the foie gras for an appetizer and the cheesecake for dessert!
  • Great menu but very loud.
  • The regular menu is there for those who want to play it safe. The tasting menus exist to please those looking for something more challenging and to give the kitchen space to flex its muscles.
  • Hands down the best meal in Philly. Every dish was great. Hamachi, fois gras, scallops, pork roulette.
  • Check out their daily special pasta! Very well executed.