Feasterville Trevose Restaurant Reviews
Welcome to our Feasterville Trevose restaurant reviews guide where you'll find top restaurants off the beaten path, both locally owned and chain. In fact, some of the best restaurants in the Feasterville Trevose just might be the little mom and pop operations flying under the radar. For some of the best picks in Feasterville Trevose, you've come to the right place.
Our Feasterville Trevose restaurant reviews guide can help you make sense of the thousands of options out there. Happy eating!
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“Excellent experience. Took Mom and it was wonderful all the way around. Food was delicious and the young lady who took care of us was upbeat, knowledgeable and sweet. Could not ask for a better experience. Mom is a bit slower and uses a walker and they catered to her wonderfully. Will be back a... ” (07/05/2011)
“My husband and I go to the Buck Hotel once or twice a summer when the rest of the world is at the shore and we want to feel like we are! We eat on the patio which is boarder with a white fence, is a very small space and has a steep stair case to get to. Anyway, the reason it is semi enjoyable is the... ” (06/03/2009)
“The food in this place is great, not just the pizza. The veal is the real deal, not a pressed pattie with filler. The Brooklyn pizza is awesome.” (01/25/2009)
“I have rated the downstairs semi-formal dining room, I have not rated the sports bar or the Top of the Buck. I have not eaten at the Top of the Buck since Chef Tell died. When Chef Tell ran the Top of the Buck it was absolutely one of the best restaurants in the entire Philadelphia area. It was sec... ” (12/20/2008)
“This is one of the best Italian pizza and sandwich restaurants in the area. The bread is amazing.” (05/31/2008)
“Loved the Seafood Paella and sirloin Steak Portuguese. Their Sangria was amazing. They Have Salsa Lessons on Wednesday!” (01/24/2008)
“When Ruhlings closed on Rising Sun Ave in the Northeast I was lost for great Seafood. I then found out he moved to Feasterville. Same great food,same great people.”