Philadelphia, PA - The Better Box "Food Truck & Restaurant,” on Frankford Avenue offers up traditional Chinese take out along with a Philly twist as well as taking Asian Fusion to another level. With the launch of their very first Brick and Mortar location at 8601 Frankford Ave. in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
The Better Box Brick and Mortar
If you are fed up with the usual food cart choices along Frankford Ave., then chances are you probably won't be disappointed with The Better Box. The owner has embraced the concept of taking two classic menu items and fusing them to make the perfect culinary treat.
The menu includes one-of-a-kind Eggrolls such as the Philly Cheesesteak and Firecracker Salmon. Sandwiches include a classic Ribeye Philly Cheesesteak as well as a General Tso Chicken and Salmon Cheesesteak variations. The sides include Fried Rice and a number of unique French Fries adaptations such as Buffalo Chicken, Twisted and Loaded Fries.
Delivery is currently available Via Ubereats and door dash in addition to In house delivery and pickup.
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