Savona’s Veal Chop. // Photo By Steve Legato.
King of Prussia Restaurant Week is back, from March 9-15, and once again area eateries will dish up special prix-fixe lunch and dinner menus, from small plates to family-style, all in benefit of the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s King of Prussia Specialty Care Center. Among this year’s restaurant week participants are fast casual and fine dining options, all offering creative, affordable menus. Here’s a look at some of what to expect.
- Bartaco will offer guacamole with three tacos, two sides and a gelato for $20.
- City Works Eatery and Pourhouse has over 90 craft beers to pair with a $20 lunch and $40 dinner, which includes selections of an ahi tuna burger and filet medallion.
- Creed’s Seafood and Steaks will serve a $20 lunch featuring French onion soup and steak shepards pie or go for the $40 dinner choices like a wedge salad and seafood jambalaya.
- Founding Farmers’ second floor dining room will offer an American farm-to-table menu during its special $20 lunch and $40 dinner.
- North Italia’s savory fare is even better at a $20 price-point for lunch and $40 for dinner.
- Paladar Latin Kitchen and Rum Bar dishes up tacos, cubanos, ceviche and salmon in a fun Latin atmosphere. Look for a $15 lunch or $30 dinner.
- Savona’s $20 lunch or $40 dinner are a steal. The popular Italian farm-to-table wine lounge also has a chic and welcoming marble bar.
- Tiffin Indian Cuisine has a $15 lunch special or a $40 dinner. Look for creative vegan options, too.
- True Food Kitchen keeps it healthy with plenty of vegan, vegetarian and gluten free options.
Fast casual concepts like Honeygrow, Naf Naf Grill and Shake Shack (in the mall) will also participate.