Le Bec-Fin: Philadelphia's Finest French Cuisine

Oct. 5th, 2010 | Comments 0 | Make a Comment   
Philadelphia Restaurants: Le Bec-Fin's exquisite French cuisine has been a Philadelphia institution since 1970. The interior (completely renovated in 2002) is reminiscent of a 19th Century Parisian dining salon.

The restaurant offers a variety of menu options, including nine-course, six-course, and four-course dinners, and three- and five-course lunches. If you're looking for a slightly less formal but still luxurious atmosphere, Le Bar Lyonnais, located on the first floor of the restaurant, serves traditional bistro fare from the same kitchen as Le Bec-Fin, as well as an a la carte menu. And what would a French restaurant be without fine dessert creations? Dessert lovers can choose from a wide array of delectable tarts, cakes and other fine desserts crafted by Executive Pastry Chef Cedric Barberet. The restaurant's signature cake is the Gāteau Le Bec-Fin, a rum-soaked genoise with chocolate mousse.

Semi and private dining space is available for parties of 12 or more, featuring the creations of Master Chef Georges Perrier. Georges Perrier Events are perfect for corporate functions, weddings and rehearsal dinners, bar/bat mitzvahs, social gatherings and birthdays, and holiday parties.
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