If you find your taste buds yearning for something with a little zest and oomph, make your way to Ted’s Montana Grill (260 S. Broad st.).
One of the newer restaurants in Philadelphia, Ted’s first opened in January 2002. This particular restaurant prides itself on made-from-scratch dishes and their choice of meat.
At this restaurant, you can expect no pre-packaged salads, pre-made fries or frozen foods. The freezer at the restaurant only houses the ice cream.
The chefs make everything from their own croutons to squeezing 40 lemons for their lemonade. Their bison meat is ground at their own butcher shop in the morning and they do not start cooking your meal until you have arrived.
All of their steaks and meat dishes are made from bison. The restaurant claims this choice of meat gives the dish a little more taste, and many cannot tell the difference.
Ted’s Montana Grill was voted by the Philadelphia Daily News as “the most family-friendly of steak spots” as well as “most affordable.”
Ted’s competes with well-known steakhouses such as Morton’s, but Ted’s takes the cake when it comes to family dining. The warmth and charm of the physical restaurant as well as the staff creates a great atmosphere.
When dining at Ted’s, you can expect to spend between $6 and $20 per meal. The prices are very reasonable for the amount of effort put in to create every dish.
To make a reservation and experience the wild, wild west, call Ted’s Montana Grill at 215-772-1230, or visit tedsmontanagrill.com
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