This Glatt Kosher (Russian chef) restaurant/catering hall is remarkably good, and reasonably priced.
Tonight the musicians were playing some show tunes as well as Russian/Yiddish favorites; service is friendly, extensive menu, and the food is great. Our son-in-law and I chose grilled ribeye, med rare, and it was nicely spiced, and cooked just as we had ordered. Tasty grilled veggies as a side, sil ordered homefried potatos as well--we sure did enjoy. Not bad for $20, no?
Our grandson's Bar Mitzpha is being held there in September--I urged our daughter to consider
this place, and I know she will be glad she did. The Sunday luncheon will include table service; tasty appetizers/salads, and choice of main dish, as well as a green vegetable/dessert.
Daughter would not be pleased if I mentioned how little her choice for the 'bronze' luncheon will cost, but no question this is a find. Lively Russian decor--warm and inviting.
I want them to stay in business, so am encouraging all who might be in Philly or neaby to consider
them for a meal, or to cater a special function. I am also ordering Shabbos trays for family meals
at our daughter's new home. Check them out on their website: palaceroyale.com.
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