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Petite Passion at the AIP


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Petite Passion at the AIP

Charles | Feb 19, 2004 09:26 PM

Just had an incredible meal at Petite Passion - the culinary school at the Art Institute of Philadelphia (2300 Market Street). They are only open Wednesday and Thursday for lunch and dinner. Both meals are prix fixe. We dined on a Swordfish "Tortelini" appetizer, mushroom bisque, Brockwurst with spaetzle, a celery gratine, choice of entree (skate wing or breast of phesant - I opted for both), parmigiano reggiano soaked in grappa with black truffle (flamed), and desserts. The portions were all tasting size, the ingredients were first rate, and the meal was wonderful. They are BYO, and an incredible bargain. The current menus are posted on their website.

I would be interested to know if any other chowhounds have eaten here and what their reactions were - was my meal a fluke, or are they always good?


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