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Brasserie Perrier - Philadelphia, PA.
Lowest Rating: 1
Highest Rating: 5

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Reviewed by Carolyn Kridler.

My family and I have eaten several times and have always had excellent food and wine and the service has been very good.

Rating: 5

Reviewed by cindy friedman.

Rude, snooty and clumsy waiters were the best part. The food was uninspired, overcooked and left most of the people in my party in search of sustenance on the way home. Mr. Perrier no longer lives up to his good reputation.

Rating: 1

Reviewed by Jenny Elliott.

Servers were friendly, but that was really the best part of the evening. My dad's steak was well-done, when he ordered MEDIUM. Our salad was drenched with salad dressing that was extremely salty! My mom and I couldn't even touch it. We would never ever go back there again.

Rating: 1

Reviewed by Jason.

Nothing but the best!

Rating: 5

Reviewed by Kevin.

Food was excellent. Price was high. The wine they served and charge $35/bottle for can be found in state stores for $6.99 (Smoking Loon). Try the wine it is worth the price. Brassiere Perrier is not.

Rating: 4

Reviewed by Bob H.

1)Would not accept entertainment card discount. Two page ad 2) $7.50 for bottled water 3) 45$ for a $8.00 shiraz 4) Calamari was 2 pieces for 13.00 Other than that typical French meal.

Rating: 2

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