Has a few different of options on the menu. However pretty expensive. Opted for the burger it was a bit greasy and loads of cheese lots of sauce. Ended up just eating the burger without bun $20.
It's been eight years since I ate here last time, but it's still worth the wait. The waiter Mark is a very professional person. My friend is allergic. Mark provided hot non-allergenic rolls and made notes to ensure that everything he prepared would not cause allergies. The meal is delicious and perfect. This trip is very worthwhile.
[Sizo | Retro art style, super good dog restaurant]
White Dog Cafe (White Dog Cafe) is a small well-known Internet celebrity restaurant in Philadelphia. There are now three stores. The first store opened in 1983 is in the University City. It is also the one we went to. The other two are in Wayne and Haverford.
The store is decorated with dogs, divided into different rooms, some rooms are blue velvet sofas with large color paintings, some are self-portraits of generals, and some are dog heads on a wall, which are carefully arranged.
I think the best place to take photos in the restaurant is the area around the corner of the stairs. The huge glass, the warm sunshine, and the fresh green plants make the whole room feel particularly cozy. Any photos taken are super nice!
Most of the ingredients in the restaurant are organic products, and they come from local farms within 50 miles. They are healthy and fresh. The menu changes with the seasons.
We ordered a French Toast and Omelet. The toast was a little bit sweeter, with cream cheese and maple syrup, because there were fewer varieties to try, and the overall feeling was not amazing.
In general, the decoration in the store is more surprising than the food itself. It is completely ok to check in and take pictures. Stagger the peak dining period and you can enjoy the concave shape!
Store Name | White Dog Cafe
Address | 3420 Sansom St, Philadelphia, PA 19104
Business Hours | Monday to Thursday 11am-9:30pm, Friday 11am-10pm, Saturday 9:30am-10pm, Sunday 9:30am-9pm
Per capita | $20-30