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THIS RESTAURANT HAS CHANGED NAMES Pond Restaurant

175 King of Prussia Rd. (Lancaster Ave.) Send to Phone
610-293-9411
THIS RESTAURANT HAS CHANGED NAMES TO FLORET. Magical setting, creative Med-French cuisine in the Main Line.

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THIS RESTAURANT HAS CHANGED NAMES Pond Restaurant Restaurant Review

: THIS RESTAURANT HAS CHANGED NAMES TO FLORET. The bucolic entranceway is straight out of a fairy tale complete with a painted bridge that spans a swan-filled pond. With its high ceilings, bi-level dining and muted earth tones, Pond is almost austere, softened by luxe French linens and muted candlelight. Moroccan-born, French-trained chef/co-owner Abde Dahrouch, formerly of Taquet, offers a varied, seafood-centric menu, including a few nods to his native land. Try the tangy Moroccan chickpea soup, and then one of the seafood dishes---the pan-seared rockfish with tamarind port reduction or perhaps grilled marinated jumbo shrimp bright with citrus. If you’re adventurous, order the $65 four-course or $85 six-course menu and let Dahrouch have his way with you. For dessert, opt for the chef-prepared classic crème brûlée glazed with caramelized orange. A more casual sister restaurant, Bistro Cassis, is right next door.



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