Think back, if you will, to Philly’s restaurant scene, about a year ago.
A lot was different, right? Jose Garces was still an up-and-comer. The Washington Post hadn't yet proclaimed our BYOB offerings a "revolution." And Le Bec Fin still had a five-star rating and seating times.
Well, times have changed. Especially at Georges Perrier’s Le Bec, which recently joined the recession-favorite prix-fix bandwagon.
Available Monday through Thursday, $100 gets you dinner for two at Le Bec—something we’re pretty sure hasn’t ever been the case before. An extra $25 gets you a wine flight.
Check out the menu below.
Garlic, Hazelnut and Champagne Butter Sauce
Wild Mushroom Ravioli
Terrine du Jour
Dijon Mustard, Rustic Toast and Petite Greens
Sautéed Monkfish Medallion
Spicy Basmati Rice, Saffron Emulsion
Natural White Feather Chicken Breast
Roasted Breast, Mushroom Stuffed Leg, Green Asparagus, Hazelnut Pomme Puree
8 oz. Oven Roasted Rib-Eye
Crushed Potatoes with Bacon and Horseradish
-Two Selections from Dessert Cart-