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Monk's Cafe - Philadelphia, PA.
Lowest Rating: 1
Highest Rating: 5



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27-Feb-2001
Reviewed by david.

Great selection of beer, excellent mussels, and good other food too. I go as often as I can.

Rating: 5


19-Jul-2001
Reviewed by Anonymous.

Great food, Good service, Fun atmosphere...

Rating: 5


24-Aug-2001
Reviewed by Red White.

Terrific place w/ full menu. Prices are very reasonable (Entrees <20.00). Mussels are their specialty w/ 2 size orders in 6 varieties. Frites w/ bourbon mustard sometimes greasy but always tasty. Not every beer in the world, but it would take 6 months daily dining to try them all. A bit cramped for space. Regular menu off on Sundays until after brunch.

Rating: 4


31-Aug-2001
Reviewed by Anonymous.

Greasy fried trout, gritty mussels and inattentive service -- go for the beer but don't eat there.

Rating: 2


15-Nov-2002
Reviewed by Philly Foodie.

Incredible rack of lamb. Great burgers & fries. My wife loved the vegetarian food. Amazing selection of beer. Great wines, too! Friendly, well informed service. Perhaps the best value in Philly. Always busy.

Rating: 5


13-Jun-2003
Reviewed by V. Miller.

Mussels were fantastic. The Belgian beers we had were great. Could use a little more room. Will definitely return.

Rating: 4


15-Feb-2006
Reviewed by Curt.

There for lunch on Saturday, 2/04. Scotch on the rocks was probably an ounce and a quarter at the most. Got a better deal for the money at the Swan Lounge at the Four Seasons. Lamb chops were so tough I couldn't eat them and had to saw to cut them. My experience was not a good one to say the least. Server was very friendly but the food was the reason I was there. Smoked salmon appetizer - could they afford the little piece of salmon? Will think twice before going here again.

Rating: 1


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