Philadelphia, PA - Winterfell Dessert, this Taiwanese shaved ice specialist is known for its Game of Thrones references: Black sesame shaved ice and topped with peanuts, vanilla cookies, almonds, and condensed milk is called The King of the North. Non-GOT fans and otherwise inventive eaters can also create their combos from an extensive list of flavors, toppings, and dressings.
Philadelphia, PA - New Delhi, for a relaxing, international lunch or dinner, guests at this casual restaurant can pair an Indian beer or a cocktail (fan favorite: mango mojito) with tandoori meats, veggies, and bread from the popular buffet. Established in 1988, New Delhi is the oldest operating Indian restaurant in the city.
Philadelphia, PA - Han Dynasty, Rated one of the top 50 Chinese restaurants in America by CNN, Han Dynasty built its reputation on its tasting menu and bold combinations—and stocks a long list of craft beers.
Philadelphia, PA - Hadramout, Fahsah (lamb stew), haneeth (slow-roasted lamb), spice-rubbed roasted chicken mandi, and mofa (blackened pompano) populate the expansive Yemeni menu at this tiny restaurant. But the real star is the khboz, giant pieces of scorched and bubbling flatbread served straight from the clay tandoor to the table.