4 South New Middletown Road
Media, PA 19063
Phone: (610) 565-5800
Fax: (610) 565-7748
The family owned and operated Riddle Ale House has been serving casual American cuisine with Italian influences since 1962. Menu selections include salads, chicken wings, crisp zucchini slices, sweet potato fries, sandwiches, crab cakes, burgers, barbeque baby back ribs, veal scallopini, manicotti, salmon, sea scallops, and stuffed flounder.
Enjoy such lunch and dinner selections as sushi rolls, bamboo steamed vegetables, calamari, salmon, chilled asparagus, cold roasted duck salad, sesame crusted tuna sashimi, Scottish salmon teriyaki, grilled white marble pork chops, filet mignon, pan roasted Chilean sea bass, and miso chicken in Azie's "colorful, smart-looking dining rooms are accented with inlaid stone and mosaic tiles."
A Delaware Valley dining landmark founded in 1951, by Silvio "Babe" D'Ignazio, the casual Towne House offers an extensive lunch and dinner menu that includes fresh steaks, seafood and pasta. A full-service bar and Friday and Saturday night entertainment is also available.
Riding high on the organic food revolution which has become as much of a fashion statement as a lifestyle choice, Lotus Farm to Table serves up an excellent selection of contemporary American fare with a focus on healthy dishes crafted from locally sourced and organic ingredients. The restaurant's interiors sport a soothing palette and sport a decidedly Asian theme with the ornate chairs and tables being the highlight of the dining room. Executive chef Ryan Sulikowski manages to maintain the fine balance of taste and health in the diverse menu choices ranging from seafood and meats to the veggies. Taking the health quotient a notch higher, Lotus offers an excellent selection of hand-rolled teas from Asia and Africa. The restaurant can accommodate groups with ease and holding private functions is also possible. Check website for more.
This locally owned Mexican restaurant is a great stop for those looking for a fine meal in a friendly atmosphere. Centered in the downtown Media, it provides a peaceful retreat. Choose from signature food like chorizo sausage and roasted meats or try something more innovative fresh seafood. It is popular for BYOT - Bring Your Own Tequila- concept, and it offers mojito pitchers and margarita for mixing. Sit back and let the warm and friendly staff serve you.
La Belle Epoque Cafe is an authentic French restaurant that serves lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch.
Open for lunch and dinner, Plumstead Inn's menu includes soups, salads, steak and chicken and pasta entrees.
Enjoy award-winning Japanese and Northern Chinese cuisine at Margaret Kuo's restaurant in Media.
A Delaware County favorite, the family operated Pinocchio
Situated in a remodeled Colonial-style 1964 Kullman, Court Diner serves such American and Italian cuisine as stew, goulash, quiche, and prime rib.
A family owned and operated sandwich shoppe with a friendly atmosphere, Vinnie's serves Philadelphia-style hoagies, steaks, exceptional soups and more.
Generations calls itself, a dining and social destination, and judging by what's on offer, it does full justice to the credo. To begin with, it is a spectacular venue to host a wide array of functions from intimate private dinners to wedding parties. There are no less than six different rooms with varying configurations and atmospheres to match pretty much any need. The restaurant's regal interiors provide a perfect setting for any occasion. During regular times, there is something always happening at Generations, from quiz nights to live entertainment and event a kids night. The main dining room is an extremely elegant affair with a warm color palette and great use of wooden accents. On the menu is a great selection of classic and modern American specialties with varied inspirations. The crab cakes are a must try. Wine list is diverse and has enough to pair well with anything on the menu. An excellent dining option in Media.