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From made-to-order Turkish-spiced doughnuts to Cap'n Crunch fish tacos, Philly is operating miles beyond the cheesesteak
This surprising, foil-wrapped concoction—with cereal-breaded tilapia, red cabbage, cilantro-laced pico, avocado, and spicy peanut sauce—really works.
This is one of the best gelatos you can eat, period. It’s stupendously creamy, made from Thai coconut milk & the butterfat-rich milk of pastured Ayrshire cows.
A two-dollar bottle of this homemade soda from J&E is fizzily herbaceous, not too sweet, and—in the grand tradition of natural root beers—vaguely medicinal.
Here, the burrata is pulled to order, with a chewy mozzarella exterior that gives way to a center filled with sweet panna so creamy it verges on the obscene.
Served fresh from the fryer, the hauntingly delicious Appollonia is flavored with a host of Turkish spices and fragrant seasoned sugar.
Don’t miss this heavenly hoagie: A long Italian roll with beef brisket, roasted tomatoes, gooey provolone, pepperoncini, horseradish mayo, and a fried egg.