Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Saveur: Philly's food is 'fecund'

The food mag praises Fork.

Saveur: Philly's food is 'fecund'

Chef Eli Kulp with Fork co-owner Ellen Yin.
Chef Eli Kulp with Fork co-owner Ellen Yin. ED HILLE / Staff Photographer

Saveur editor Betsy Andrews heaps praise on Old City's Fork under chef Eli Kulp (alas, misspelling the name of his predecessor, Terence Feury, in the process).

Kulp has "brought with him a huge amount of New York smarts and energy, as well as a newcomer's starry-eyed delight in the local Pennsylvania provender," she writes. "It's a fecund place, and Kulp is gulping it up."


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