King of Prussia Restaurant Week is March 13-24
29 King of Prussia Restaurants Offer Prix Fixe Menus And Deals
Compiled by Main Line Tonight’s editors
Lead photo courtesy of Founding Farmers
It’s the restaurant week that’s so good they made it 11 days. From March 13-24, King Of Prussia Restaurant Week features specials from 29 eateries offering menus from $15-$50. Some specials are not offered on weekends, so check the website before you make reservations. While you’re there, check out the fashion deals that are part of KOP Shops For CHOP.
Produced by King of Prussia District and presented by SERVPRO of King of Prussia, the week-ish festival is a fundraiser for Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s King of Prussia Campus. Since the events started in 2014, they have raised $290,124 for CHOP’s King of Prussia campus.
“King of Prussia Restaurant Week and KOP Shops for CHOP are perfect examples of how this community can work together to rally behind an important institution that touches the lives of so many,” said Eric Goldstein, president & CEO of King of Prussia District. “We are grateful for all who contribute to the success of this event and invite everyone to dine and shop for a great cause for 12 days in KOP.”
Ready to dive into KOP’s Restaurant Week? Here are our editors’ picks for must-eat restaurant specials!
Founding Farmers: One of the best deals of the week, Founding Farmers offers a three-course lunch for $25 and three-course dinner for $40. Choose from a wide variety of appetizers, entrées and desserts. Our favorite starters include cauliflower hummus with grilled ciabatta, fried green tomatoes, deviled eggs, and skillet cornbread. Great entrée choices include cauliflower steak, meatloaf, roasted mushroom pappardelle and every single hamburger. Founding Farmers, 255 Main St., King of Prussia
Taku Japanese Steakhouse: Here’s another amazing deal: Taku’s $40 dinner special features the best of its Asian-fusion cuisine. First course choices include gyoza dumplings, creamy crab rangoon soup or a four-piece sushi sampler. Entrée options are the 10-piece sushi and sashimi platter or hibachi grilled chicken, Angus steak, shrimp or salmon. Those entrées come with soup, vegetable, fried rice or noodles. Save room for dessert: cheesecake or tempura ice cream. Taku Japanese Steakhouse, 330 Goddard Blvd., King of Prussia.
Pizzeria Vetri: Pizza, wine and dessert? Count us in. All of that, plus an appetizer, are part of Pizzeria Vetri’s $40 dinner special. Our favorite appetizers are the meatballs and the roasted cauliflower. For desserts, choose between an olive oil cupcake or cannoli. (Chose the cannoli. It’s divine.) One glass of wine, a spritz or a beer comes with the special. Oh, and the pizza? Margherita, pepperoni, spinach and mushroom are the delicious choices. Pizzeria Vetri, 150 Main St., King of Prussia
Paladar: This three-course, $40 menu is filled with flavor. Leche frita – fried milk with cinnamon sugar and peach compote – is one of the most delicious desserts on the planet. (And yes, we are starting with dessert.) Appetizers like octopus ceviche and beef-cheese empanadas sound great, and we can testify that entrées like El Salvadorian jerk chicken, Peruvian beef and rum-glazed Cuban pork are as yummy as they are international. Paladar, 250 Main St., King of Prussia
Outback Steakhouse: Wait … Outback? Seriously? Yes! The $20 lunch special includes a Bloomin’ Onion appetizer (don’t pretend that you don’t love those), and choice of a burger, fried chicken or 6 oz. sirloin steak, all of which come with a salad and one side dish. And, you get a slice of NY style cheesecake for dessert. Outback Steakhouse, 160 N. Gulph Road, Suite 4220, King of Prussia.
City Works Eatery + Pourhouse: Head to this fun brewpub for a $40 Restaurant Week menu featuring an appetizer, entrée and dessert. Try the beer cheese soup as an appetizer. It’ll be your favorite new guilty pleasure. As for entrées, the smoked BBQ ribs are finger lickin’ good and come with spicy maple bacon baked beans and mascarpone creamed corn. Dessert fun includes a s’more dip and peanut butter-Snickers pie. City Works, 220 Main St., King of Prussia
Tiffin: Love Indian food? Head to Tiffin for an amazing dinner deal. Dinner for two people is $50 and includes two appetizers, two servings of naan bread and two curries, biryanis or tandooris – and a dessert to share. Tiffin, 254 W. DeKalb Pike, King of Prussia
Dairy Queen: Yes, Dairy Queen. Is there anything better than a Dairy Queen Blizzard? On certain days, the KOP Dairy Queen is taking $1 off the price of a Blizzard and donating 10% of all proceeds to CHOP. Check the schedule for dates and more information. Dairy Queen, 138 Town Center Rd., King Of Prussia
Ready to make reservations? Click here for a complete listing of fine dining establishments and fast-casual restaurants participating in King of Prussia Restaurant Week.
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