Monday, July 18, 2016

Review: Stove and Tap (Lansdale, PA)



Skip the drive from the burbs to Philly for an up-scale meal and go to Stove & Tap, where the drinks are cold and the food is fresh. Run by Starr veterans, Justin Weathers and Chef Biff Gottehrer, Stove & Tap offers American fare, that will leave you wanting to return.


Located in the heart of Lansdale, Stove & Tap is now a favorite of mine, offering reasonably priced food for all taste-buds. Healthy options for your vegetarian or allergy cursed friend and plenty of indulgences for a special occasion.

The Food:
Much of the menu is sourced in state. Meats are from a farm in Lancaster and much of the bread is made in-house or sourced from Hudson in New Jersey.

Corn and Asparagus Flatbread – This is vegetarian and can be made vegan by request, this flatbread is a veggie lovers treat with a mix of corn and thinly sliced asparagus that is easy to eat and topped with truffle oil to make your mouth water.


Beet Salad  - Salad portions are large and full of nutrient rich toppings: beets (duh), goat cheese, red onion, cherry tomatoes and walnuts with their house made balsamic mustard dressing. The goat cheese and balsamic paired nicely for a smooth but tangy finish. 


Po’ Boy – The fish po-boy is a highlight of the menu! Lightly breaded fish (no greasy aftertaste), topped with avocado, slaw and chipotle mayo are heavenly! It had just the right amount of crunch, with a smoky flavor from the mayo. 


Smoked Chicken Pot Pie – While on the indulgence side, this dish has its perks. 
1. Full of Veggies 
2. House made bread
3. Protein packed with chicken. 
I highly recommend. This is not your grandma’s pot-pie. The sauce and mix of ingredients taste more like a fine wine than a stew of mixed veggies.


The Service: Everyone was quick and knowledgeable about the menu.

The Price: All non-entrée items are around $10. Entrees range from $10-$19

On a diet or on a budget Stove & Tap will meet your needs. Enjoy!
Click here to check out Stove & Tap’s full menu.


6 comments :

  1. Looks amazing! That fish sandwich and beet salad are calling my name!!

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    1. Thanks, Samantha! Didn't try anything I didn't like!

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  3. just came across your blog via pinterest! love it, and can't wait to browse your site to read about some awesome philly area restaurants:)
    taylor // www.ataylorstudio.com

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    1. Thank you! If you have a restaurant you recommend I review let me know!

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