Fayette Street Grille

★★★★☆
  • 308 Fayette St

    Conshohocken, PA 19428

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  • 610-567-0366

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Tuesday 11:30 AM - 2:00 PM Wednesday 11:30 AM - 2:00 PM Thursday 11:30 AM - 2:00 PM Friday 11:30 AM - 2:00 PM Saturday 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM

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This is one of my favorite places to go to eat. For an all inclusive price you get a three course meal with choice of' appetizer, dinner and a dessert. The food is fantastic, the menu changes with the seasons, fixed price, and it's a BYOB!

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This is one of my favorite places to go to eat. For an all inclusive price you get a three course meal with choice of' appetizer, dinner and a dessert. The food is fantastic, the menu changes with the seasons, fixed price, and it's a BYOB!

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I've been in here a few times and have only ever ordered take out. The restaurant is small and cozy and seems to always be busy. The take out was pretty good, not your average everyday menu but good.

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I've been in here a few times and have only ever ordered take out. The restaurant is small and cozy and seems to always be busy. The take out was pretty good, not your average everyday menu but good.

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This place is very cozy and they have great fresh food, it's also a BYOB. Nothing here seems to be prepared ahead of time, all orders are made upon ordering, they have a very selected menu so there is something for everyone, believe me visit this place you will not be disappointed.

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This place is very cozy and they have great fresh food, it's also a BYOB. Nothing here seems to be prepared ahead of time, all orders are made upon ordering, they have a very selected menu so there is something for everyone, believe me visit this place you will not be disappointed.

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I really had no desire to eat at Fayette Street last night, having had a decidedly mediocre meal last time in a noisy atmosphere. But it was close to the place where my husband's high school reunion was being held, we had four others with us, and convenience was the guideline. So it was with great surprise that the experience turned out to be an excellent one.

Fayette Street Grill has a byo policy & a set price: $32 for three courses with coffee/tea extra. It's small with a high decibel level, sort of desert contemporary in design & has a couple tables that are very tall with bar type chairs around them as well as the more standard types. When we made our reservations we specified we wanted a standard table. When we arrived shortly after 8:30 P.M. it still was clamorous but as we were sitting in the back & the crowd began to thin, noise ceased to be a problem.

Two people ordered mussels steamed in white wine with chive butter & were very happy with their choices. My husband ordered a salad of warm sauteed scallops on a bed of spinach with frizzled leeks which also was enjoyable. I and another had green salads with dried cherries, bleu cheese, sunflower seeds, tomatoes & a mustard vinaigrette & the last of our party had a spinach salad with three different kinds of peppers. Each was nicely plated & hit the spot.

Entrees ordered were an absolutely scrumptious sesame (black & white) crusted grilled rare ahi tuna for one other person & for me, served with wasabi cucumber ribbons, julienned carrots & snow peas atop some kind of glazed rice. It was a wonderful choice. Jerome the cat will reap the spoils this morning since there was far too much fish on the plate. Gemelli with portabellos, peppers, tomatoes was my husband's selection. I tasted it & would give it a B+. He enjoyed it though. Two orders for others were baked red snapper with a choice of pureed sweet potatoes, or a host of other vegetables, all of which disappeared quickly along with the fish. And the final entree was a baked chilean sea bass accompanied by many of the same vegetables as the rest of us had. Everyone was totally pleased.

Desserts were from a wide choice & all sounded wonderful but most of us opted for fresh strawberries, although one person had key lime pie which definitely looked home made & she loved it. Another chose what amounted to a hot fudge sundae.

Having been put in charge of the reservations, I was relieved that the evening went so well & that everyone was so happy with his/her dinner. The Fayette Street Grill definitely is back on our list.

4
★★★★☆

I really had no desire to eat at Fayette Street last night, having had a decidedly mediocre meal last time in a noisy atmosphere. But it was close to the place where my husband's high school reunion was being held, we had four others with us, and convenience was the guideline. So it was with great surprise that the experience turned out to be an excellent one.

Fayette Street Grill has a byo policy & a set price: $32 for three courses with coffee/tea extra. It's small with a high decibel level, sort of desert contemporary in design & has a couple tables that are very tall with bar type chairs around them as well as the more standard types. When we made our reservations we specified we wanted a standard table. When we arrived shortly after 8:30 P.M. it still was clamorous but as we were sitting in the back & the crowd began to thin, noise ceased to be a problem.

Two people ordered mussels steamed in white wine with chive butter & were very happy with their choices. My husband ordered a salad of warm sauteed scallops on a bed of spinach with frizzled leeks which also was enjoyable. I and another had green salads with dried cherries, bleu cheese, sunflower seeds, tomatoes & a mustard vinaigrette & the last of our party had a spinach salad with three different kinds of peppers. Each was nicely plated & hit the spot.

Entrees ordered were an absolutely scrumptious sesame (black & white) crusted grilled rare ahi tuna for one other person & for me, served with wasabi cucumber ribbons, julienned carrots & snow peas atop some kind of glazed rice. It was a wonderful choice. Jerome the cat will reap the spoils this morning since there was far too much fish on the plate. Gemelli with portabellos, peppers, tomatoes was my husband's selection. I tasted it & would give it a B+. He enjoyed it though. Two orders for others were baked red snapper with a choice of pureed sweet potatoes, or a host of other vegetables, all of which disappeared quickly along with the fish. And the final entree was a baked chilean sea bass accompanied by many of the same vegetables as the rest of us had. Everyone was totally pleased.

Desserts were from a wide choice & all sounded wonderful but most of us opted for fresh strawberries, although one person had key lime pie which definitely looked home made & she loved it. Another chose what amounted to a hot fudge sundae.

Having been put in charge of the reservations, I was relieved that the evening went so well & that everyone was so happy with his/her dinner. The Fayette Street Grill definitely is back on our list.

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Great! You get an appetizer, main course and a dessert all for one price. The food is excellent and it's a BYO.

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★★★★★

Great! You get an appetizer, main course and a dessert all for one price. The food is excellent and it's a BYO.

Pros: Great food, great price

Cons: Small and can be noisy

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There's a nice small town feel to this restaurant. The $34, three-course prix-fixe menu and BYOB policy make it even more desirable. The food, if a bit complicated at times, is thoughtfully prepared with the freshest ingredients. Some of…

 

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