Middle Eastern, Israeli, Vegetarian options
ClosedOpens at 5PM
$$$$ Price range per person $20 - $25
237 St James Pl, Philadelphia
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9–10th & Locust
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

If you happen to be around Powel House, visit this restaurant. Zahav has good lamb shoulder, hummus and branzino listed on the menu. Most guests recommend trying tasty apple pie, chocolate ice cream and creamy hummus. Delicious wine is served - try and enjoy. Try the great chocolate frappe, iced lemonade or ice tea served here.

It's easy to find this place due to its convenient location. The staff is terrific that's what makes this spot so nice. It's always a pleasure to rest and have a meal here because of the enjoyable service. You may be impressed with fair prices at this restaurant. At Zahav, people can enjoy the pretty atmosphere and fine decor. Frommer's 3 stars show that this place is highly appreciated by experts. Read the menu online at Restaurant Guru and visit this spot to have great time.

Best in the city

Great service
Cosy atmosphere

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Andreas Apostolopoulos
Zahav, to be understood, must be experienced. This is a dining experience where each and every morsel are savored on the palette with your eyes closed to amplify your ability to pick up and appreciate the incredible and impeccable flavors. An experience where the food simply does not stop coming out of the kitchen, and nor do you want it to. An experience that takes you seamlessly and courageously across the Mediterranean and the near east, the levant, and everywhere in between on a historical journey of spice and flavor , highlighting how much of a gem Israeli cooking truly is. From alpha to omega, the food, the wine pairings, the ambiance and service all crescendo with each passing plate, mezze, and course to a symphony of flavor, a sonata of spice, an opus of culinary fortitude which will leave you stumbling around Philadelphia's old town with a smile only possible after a journey, much as this, having revealed to you just one of the many Ithaca's you will encounter in your life.Beets, Carrots, Eggplants that will change your very understanding of the vegetable and how it can be prepared.Swordfish so tender and so well spiced, it melts in your mouth.A symphony of kataifi, haloumi, blueberry and elderberry that is truly a symphony.Trust me, take the journey!Lamb that melts in your mouth having been brined, smoked, and confit over three days!Desserts and wine pairings that spellbind!
Ardit Shatri
Overpriced overrated food, nothing special at all
J. James
Offers no reasonable accommodation regarding COVID-19 vaccination status for those with medical and religious exemptions.
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9–10th & Locust
237 St James Pl, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Outdoor seating Сredit cards accepted Wi-Fi No delivery No takeaway Booking Wheelchair accessible
Opening hours
SundaySun Closed
MondayMon Closed
TuesdayTue 5PM-9:30PM
WednesdayWed 5PM-9:30PM
ThursdayThu 5PM-9:30PM
FridayFri 5PM-9:30PM
SaturdaySat 5PM-9:30PM

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