If you are in the Philadelphia area and looking for a Top Chef-approved lunch, we have some good news: The brand-new Top Chef Quickfire eatery has officially opened its doors at The Concourse, the underground food court inside the city’s Comcast Center.
The new, contemporary space will offer delicious meals inspired by the dishes cooked up throughout the 16 seasons of Top Chef. Eddie Konrad, who competed on Season 16 of the show and is also a Philly native, helped curate the menu items, all based on creations from past favorite contestants.
Among some of the yummy options: a Queso Fundido burger modeled after a dish from Season 1’s Rick Bayless, fried shrimp po’boy inspired by Season 11’s Nick Elmi, and a version of Paul Qui’s fried brussel sprouts from Season 9. Antonia Lofaso of Season 4 and Sara Bradley of Season 16 also inspired two of the eatery’s tastiest-sounding dishes: a Spanish-style rice salad with flank steak and matzo ball soup, respectively.
Not only does the food sound delicious, but it looks pretty darn good too. Get a peek at some of the mouth-watering meals below:
While the menu is obviously the most important aspect of any restaurant, Top Chef Quickfire also promises to deliver a unique experience for any Philadelphia-based foodies. The eatery features an open kitchen, which means patrons can actually interact with the chef while waiting for their meals.
Looks like we’ll be planning a trip to Philly ASAP!
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