London’s culinary revolution makes landfall stateside care of The Dandelion, a sophisticated homage to the British pub serving updated seasonal takes on U.K. cuisine.
Just steps from Philadelphia’s bustling Rittenhouse Square, this inviting bilevel restaurant features a whirlwind of idiosyncratic seating areas, bars, hallways, rooms and nooks, each impeccably fashioned to carry its own personality. Whether you’re relaxing with a rare cask ale by the brick fireplace, taking afternoon tea in the Victorian-style dining room or enjoying our famous burger in the ruff-and-tumble “Dog Room,” there’s space for everyone. The menu, featuring beloved classics like Welsh rarebit, fish and chips, shepherd’s pie and a U.K. cheese board, also features plenty of unexpected surprises. Made-from-scratch puddings and hearty family-style roasts served every Sunday round out one of Philly’s most tantalizing dining destinations.
London’s culinary revolution comes to Philadelphia with this gastropub. Cozy rooms and intimate bars create a storied, old world aura, while updated seasonal takes on British food make up the menu.
- Private Big Room seats 40 guests
- Private Inglenook seats 22 guests
- Private Dog Bar seats 24 guests
- Full Buyout - 100 seated / 150 reception
Sundays & Bank Holidays
Join us on Sundays for a traditional British meal as we serve roast sirloin of beef. This dish can be ordered per person or shared by two and comes with yorkshire pudding, watercress, roast potatoes, vegetable of the day, horseradish sauce, and beef gravy.
Call to make your reservation: (215) 558-2500