With all the elegance and baroque splendor of a French fine dining establishment, Le Bec-Fin has been one of Philadelphia’s premiere restaurants since 1970. A local landmark with international renown, this evolving yet conservative eatery is the perfect place for a dressed up dinner or a truly special occasion. Chef and owner Georges Perrier’s menu changes frequently to suit seasonal ingredients and reintroduce classic dishes such as pan-seared foie gras (served with white wine quince puree and sauce rouennaise), rack of lamb (complemented with lamb potato terrine, tomato conserve, and zucchini mint puree), and lobster salad with grapefruit gelee, crispy shallots, and lavender essence. If you can’t decide, try the prix fixe seasonal tasting menu or opt for Perrier’s well-balanced “Classic Degustation.” No matter what you choose, the food will dazzle your palette while offering a taste of French sophistication.

Le Bec-Fin
1523 Walnut St
Philadelphia, PA 19102
(215) 567-1000