Philadelphia, PA - Bouillabaisse comes from the City of Marseille along the Mediterranean coast. The recipe is a fish soup from local fish and seafood products, and this includes crabs, scorpionfish, monkfish, together with herbs and olive oil. For quite a few years, the recipe had been a secret kept among the people from Marseille.
Today, Bouillabaisse can be found on the menu of some of the finest dining establishments in Philadelphia, from classic French-American eateries to traditional bistros. The following are a couple of our favorite restaurants in Philly to indulge in Bouillabaisse.
Best Bouillabaisse in Philadelphia, PA
- Louie Louie - A French-American eatery and bar with weekend brunch, a cocktail salon, and plenty of outdoor seating. Must-Try: Bouillabaisse | 3611 Walnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19104
- Blue Corn – A Mexican eatery is offering time-honored Mexican fare and drinks. Must-Try: Bouillabaisse | 940 S 9th St, Philadelphia, PA 19147
- Miss Rachel's Pantry – This lively restaurant is providing up-scale marketplace-style options together with a vegan prix fixe menu on Saturdays. | 1938 S Chadwick St, Philadelphia, PA 19145
- Parc -Traditional bistro fare in a busy setting, which kind of reminds you of a bustling Paris bistro. Must-Try: Bouillabaisse | 227 S 18th St, Philadelphia, PA 19103
- Koto Sushi - A casual Japanese B.Y.O.B venue specializing in sushi dishes. Must-Try: Bouillabaisse | 719 Sansom St #1fl, Philadelphia, PA 19106
- McCrossen's Tavern - A European-American fare paired alongside a great selection of craft beer in a brick-lined gastropub, which also serves brunch. Must-Try: Bouillabaisse | 529 N 20th St, Philadelphia, PA 19130
Written By: Philly Bite Magazines Staff
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