Amada Restaurant

★★★★☆
  • 217 Chestnut St

    Philadelphia, PA 19106

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  • 215-625-2450

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Mon-Fri 11:30am-2:30pm

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Amada has become our favorite spot in the city. They consistently prove an ability to impress, no matter how creative we decide to get with our dinner selections. The staff is courteous and knowledgeable, the atmosphere is fitting, the food is authentic, and we always walk out extremely happy.
Two thumbs up to Jose Garces.

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★★★★★

Amada has become our favorite spot in the city. They consistently prove an ability to impress, no matter how creative we decide to get with our dinner selections. The staff is courteous and knowledgeable, the atmosphere is fitting, the food is authentic, and we always walk out extremely happy.
Two thumbs up to Jose Garces.

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We recently visited Amada for the first time and were extremely disappointed. We have been to Tinto and loved it so we were excited to try this out. Several things were uncomfortable from the seating to the noise but what topped it off was our server's obvious lack of interest. We ordered a bottle of wine and a lot of tapas to try and asked to have them staggered due to the small two top we were seated at. Instead of staggering the food he brought the majority out at once and moved the next two top table over to ours with a loud crack. Our food got cold before we could even try everything. The waiter, Patrick, then came over, noticed my empty glass and asked if I would like a glass of wine. I said no thank you and my partner ordered his. Patrick then asked me again if I was sure I didn't want a glass of wine and when I declined once again he asked if I wanted a soda because it looked like I was going to be sick. If I looked like I was going to be sick why would he have offered me a glass of wine twice?

I had enough and wanted to leave right away so my partner left his business card for the manager to call if he was interested in feedback on our disappointing situation. After a round of phone tag the manager decided not to call back. It's been over 2 weeks since my partner left the last message.

There are plenty of excellent places in Philly to go and have a great time with great food. If you want to pay $200.00 to be insulted ... go to Amada.

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★☆☆☆☆

We recently visited Amada for the first time and were extremely disappointed. We have been to Tinto and loved it so we were excited to try this out. Several things were uncomfortable from the seating to the noise but what topped it off was our server's obvious lack of interest. We ordered a bottle of wine and a lot of tapas to try and asked to have them staggered due to the small two top we were seated at. Instead of staggering the food he brought the majority out at once and moved the next two top table over to ours with a loud crack. Our food got cold before we could even try everything. The waiter, Patrick, then came over, noticed my empty glass and asked if I would like a glass of wine. I said no thank you and my partner ordered his. Patrick then asked me again if I was sure I didn't want a glass of wine and when I declined once again he asked if I wanted a soda because it looked like I was going to be sick. If I looked like I was going to be sick why would he have offered me a glass of wine twice?

I had enough and wanted to leave right away so my partner left his business card for the manager to call if he was interested in feedback on our disappointing situation. After a round of phone tag the manager decided not to call back. It's been over 2 weeks since my partner left the last message.

There are plenty of excellent places in Philly to go and have a great time with great food. If you want to pay $200.00 to be insulted ... go to Amada.

Pros: good selection of wines

Cons: bad service

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Great food, great service, great atmosphere and VERY Creative way to have tapas and drinks! The service is fast and friendly. The nightly entertainment on the weekends is so much fun!!

4
★★★★☆

Great food, great service, great atmosphere and VERY Creative way to have tapas and drinks! The service is fast and friendly. The nightly entertainment on the weekends is so much fun!!

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Amada has it all, hip bar, entertainment and fantastic food. The meat slicers on the bar slicing fresh cheeses and various deli meats gives you the great feeling of freshness! The bar tenders are very friendly and the small plate of tapas are so much fun to share with a group of friends. All around one of my very favorite places to eat in Philadelphia!

5
★★★★★

Amada has it all, hip bar, entertainment and fantastic food. The meat slicers on the bar slicing fresh cheeses and various deli meats gives you the great feeling of freshness! The bar tenders are very friendly and the small plate of tapas are so much fun to share with a group of friends. All around one of my very favorite places to eat in Philadelphia!

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Part of the new Philly restaurant scene, Amada is a great place to go for tapas and a cool bar. The last time we were there we had an excellent time with delicious food. However, since tapas is like ordering many appetizers or small entrees, the cost can get quite high pretty quickly.

4
★★★★☆

Part of the new Philly restaurant scene, Amada is a great place to go for tapas and a cool bar. The last time we were there we had an excellent time with delicious food. However, since tapas is like ordering many appetizers or small entrees, the cost can get quite high pretty quickly.

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Amada is a very trendy bar/restaurant. On the weekend make sure you get a reservation.If you like Spanish tapas and a nice sangria you will be very happy here. The bar also has a great atmosphere with a few high tops to grab a drink and a snack.

4
★★★★☆

Amada is a very trendy bar/restaurant. On the weekend make sure you get a reservation.If you like Spanish tapas and a nice sangria you will be very happy here. The bar also has a great atmosphere with a few high tops to grab a drink and a snack.

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Philly's own Iron Chef Jose Garces brings tapas to Philadelphia in a comfortable, rustic restaurant hung with hams and sausages. Start with a designer cocktail in the atmospheric bar, or sip house-made red and white sangria or a bottle of…

 

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