PHILADELPHIA - National Crème Brûlée is both coming up, and I’ve rounded up a few of the best options for unique crème brulees available across Philadelphia!
Where to Find Crème Brûlée in Philadelphia
Steak 48 - Plot Twist: This crème brûlée is a SIDE DISH, not a dessert! Steak 48’s corn crème Brulee is a cult favorite – made with sweet corn, cream, and turbinado sugar. The dish is torched and served as the perfect accompaniment to your savory steak.
Talula’s Garden - For a unique take on a classic, indulge in the amaretto crème brûlée from Talula’s Garden. Paired with orange marmalade and almond-cherry biscotti, this is the perfect dish to enjoy under the Talula’s twinkling lights on a warm summer night.
Vintage Wine & Bar Bistro - Located just three blocks from City Hall & The Reading Terminal Market, five blocks from Rittenhouse Square and South Street, Vintage Wine and Bar Bistro is an easy walk or cab ride away from wherever you are. Enjoy a grand crème Brulee in a vintage setting.
Parc - Located in the heart of Rittenhouse Square, Parc’s all-day restaurant presents an interpretation of the French lifestyle. It represents a lightly perfumed love letter to all the City of Light has to offer. Celebrate your crème brulee day with their traditional crème brulee dish.