Dutch Eating Place (Philadelphia, PA)

Breakfast is my favorite meal, and I didn't want to miss it, so on day two of my Philly trip, I headed to the Dutch Eating Place.  Located inside the Reading Terminal Market, this food shop offers blueberry and choco chip pancakes, as well as chicken pot pie and other hearty meals for lunch.  The shop is set up like a diner, and when I arrived, there were already lots of people chowing down on breakfast!

Since I was planning on having Tommy DiNic's that same day... I was a bit weary of ordering blueberry pancakes (which they are known for), but I did anyway!  It was a bit of a mistake in a way that the serving was just a bit too much for me, but they sure were delicious!  As delicious as pancakes can get anyway, even though I'm not the biggest fan of pancakes in general.  I guess I decided to be a little adventurous in my food choices on this trip (ie. Franklin Fountain) - eating foods that aren't my favorite and all.  The blueberry pancakes were fluffy and fresh, and very (overly) filling.  Not being the biggest bacon eater either, I thought the turkey bacon was actually pretty good, flavorful and not completely fatty.  Overall, the food, place, and service are all decent.  My suggestion for anyone looking to try more variety in the market, definitely share one order.
Price: $-$$ | 10USDpp
Rating: 3.5/5

Dutch Eating Place (Facebook)
1136 Arch Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
#: (215) 922-0425
Dutch Eating Place on Urbanspoon

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