Posted by Aubrey Nagle on October 11th, 2012
Ralph’s of South Philly, the King of Prussia off-shoot of the country’s oldest Italian restaurant opens today, Thursday October 11, in the Sheraton Valley Forge. The brand new hotel, which opened in September, houses the Second Coming of one of Philadelphia’s most iconic restaurants. Ralph’s of South Philly will be a more modern, contemporary version of its predecessor, serving both Ralph’s classics and new dishes.
Read on for the full menu and highlights.
Highlights of the dinner menu include Ralph’s favorite veal chop al fresca and linguini and clams, as well as new dishes like Chilean sea bass and veal medallions with mozzarella and prosciutto or sautéed in marinara sauce. Appetizers include Italian staples like clams casino, bruschetta, and a cheese plate. The dinner menu entrees range from $13.75 to $39.95, but the average entrée is around $23.
Lunch at Ralph’s of South Philly features less entrees but a full selection of sandwiches. Veggie and Italian hoagies and classic hamburgers round out the menu which tops out at $15.95. Ralph’s bar menu ranges in price from $8.75 to $13, with appetizers from the dinner menu and others like Sicilian fries sautéed with long hot peppers and topped with mozzarella.
The new Ralph’s is taking reservations, so if you can’t make it to the original check out their sister restaurant in King of Prussia.
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