This is one of the most unusual restaurants in Philadelphia. This clipper ship, launched in 1904, is the largest of its kind still afloat. It travelled all over the world, hauling all kinds of cargoes. Restored in 1968, it was towed here and opened as a restaurant in 1975. Damaged by fire, it was restored again and re-opened in 2003.
The food is excellent, as is the service. Of course, the best part of the view of the river; you would want to sit in the port (left) side to enjoy that. Moshulu has won numerous awards, and rave reviews from critics.
Favorite Dish: All the seafood dishes are great.
Beautiful setting. A must-go on a breezy summer night. I tried two appetizers, three dishes, and all of them satisfied me beyond my fancies. And I'm usually pretty critical of food, as I am a huge fan of cuisines.
Favorite Dish: Mahi-Mahi. Just try it. it is DIVINE.
White Chocolate Cheese Cake - must have it with a cup of cappucino
I am afraid I don't recall the food specifically but I do remember a wonderful time. The bar was good!:-)
This restaurant is located in an Tall Ship on the waterfront. Enjoyed the location.
A romantic atmosphere.
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