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About The Silverspoon Restaurant
The Silverspoon menu is seasonal American cuisine, BYOB, presented creatively with market driven, sustainable and heirloom ingredients. Our hope is to provide diners with updated versions of classic regional dishes, contemporary sauces, and an enticing marriage of taste, texture and color. Not trendy, just delicious. Not extravagant, just fairly priced. We have an experienced and friendly staff and a warm bouchon atmosphere.
Alcohol service is BYOB.
Our menu items are subject to market and season driven changes, which can effect availability.
Wayne, PA 19087
American, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Brunch/Lunch: Monday - Sunday: 10:00am - 3:00pm;
Dinner: Tuesday - Thursday: 5pm - 9pm, Friday & Saturday: 5:00pm - 9:30pm
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Catering options are available. Please contact the restaurant directly.
SEPTA Regional Rail Line (R5), SEPTA Buses
Banquet, BYO Liquor, BYO Wine, Cafe, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Tasting Menus are offered seasonally or thematically during the year. Please check our website for information or contact us to request email bulletins. www.silverspoonwayne.com
The Silverspoon Restaurant Ratings and Reviews
I have been to Silverspoon many times and felt it is only mediocre. But, several weeks ago I had a very good meal at this restaurant. Hopeful that it had improved, I returned last Saturday evening only to find it had reverted to mediocrity. The restaurant is not a good value even though it's a BYOB. Too bad.
we were recommended this restaurant by a friend but we must have hit it on a bad night. i found the menu to be very limited with similar ingredients being incorporated into many of the meals. we had a 6:30 reservation and at that time they were already down to one serving of oysters left, the main meat dish was not available and a lesser cut was offered and the chef had not had time to prepare the 5 course option. my husbands food came to the table cold and they did replate it and heat it up but at the price we paid that should not have happened. their prices were high, perhaps to make up for it being a byob. we probably won't be going back.
It's always a pleasure dining here. Not once have i ever complained about this place after my visit. The food is as delicious as I remembered and the staffs are still warm and friendly. Their Mushroom bisque is still as yummy . ^^ Oh how i miss this place. I'm so glad we came here for Xmas eve, and had a wonderful time there catching up with two of my friends. Looking forward to next time!
We really enjoyed our date night. Restaurant is small and nicely decorated. Relaxing atmosphere. Waitress welcomed us and explained the menu. She made recommendations after asking what we liked.
The pork chop entree was excellent and the chicken was stupendous. The waitress recommended it. I don’t usually order chicken. The soups were nice.
The panna cotta dessert was divine.
Unfortunately, we tried for several weeks to dine at Silverspoon and asked some friends to join us, it was there first time, and we were disappointed with the food. My husband ordered a steak and it was over cooked. Noise level is very high, could not have a conversation at the small table where we were close. VERY heavy handed on the truffle oil in mushroom soup and fries, did not need to be so overpowering.
As always, my husband and I were greeted by the lovely owners of the restaurant. The visit consistently starts out very upbeat and remains so throughout. We love the dinners and have brought many of our clients to Silverspoon, but we also cherish the lunch/brunch options.
Chicken salad that is out of this world! I never order chicken salad out, so this high praise is definitely in order. Homemade chips and arugula salad - outstanding. So much more. The BYOB is a big plus. Those with wine cellars or decide on an expensive bottle of Champagne can bring and enjoy without a restaurant mark up. And, no corking fee.
Servers are delightful and aim to please. I can't think of a better neighborhood gem and will continue to frequent Silverspoon.
Our group of 5 had 7pm reservations at this great BYOB. Eugenie was our server, and she took excellent care of us. She brought us an ice bucket for the white wine. She was very knowledgeable about the menu, ingredients, and preparation of the dishes. We started by splitting the truffle fries which were delicious. Then, two people had the salmon, one the chicken, one the spaghetti, and I had the strip steak. Everything was cooked perfectly with a lovely presentation. Each one of us finished everything on our plates. We had room to split the apple bread pudding and the chocolate truffle. The menu does not have that many options, but what is on there is perfection.
Silverspoon is one of my favorite restaurants, but tonight's dinner was even better than usual. My husband and I chose the $55 5-course tasting menu. Every dish (salmon tartare, soup, pork ban mihn, sseared steak with mushrooms, banana bread with ice creative) was creative and perfectly prepared. My only complaint might be that the portions were too large, as it was difficult to finish 5 courses. It isn't flashy, but Silverspoon is truly a hidden gem on the Mainline, with some of the best food around at a very reasonable price.
This small restaurant is a neighborhood gem. Love that it is open on Mondays. The food is always innovative and delicious.
I was annoyed on my most recent visit because I made a reservation for a friend’s birthday and when I arrived there were several tables available. I requested a four-top that was a little more private (and less noisy) than the center-room two-tops. The snippy hostess said they had to leave those open in case larger parties “walked-in.” Then, within 20 minutes, she sat two parties of two at those available four-tops.
Really enjoyed our lunch here. The omelet was delicious- fresh and flavorful and the potatoes were delicious (I usually leave them behind - not this time!) The coffee after was really good, and that isn't often the case when you are a decaf person. I would highly recommend.
A second weekday night visit in two weeks, and both were fairly quiet with a few couples and several tables of four sharing wine (BYOB). The seasonal food was great and artistically presented! Artichoke croquettes, strip steak, chicken roulade, and a decadent chocolate truffle dessert are a few of the delicious offerings. A very, very enjoyable place and the waitperson Michael was helpful, knowledgeable, and very personable too! We will undoubtedly return.
Our waitress was wonderful. She was conscientious and kind. When my friend and I shared that we were kindergarten friends having a rare few hours together for brunch, she was gracious and gave us plenty of time to catch up, but she was also very mindful of assuring that we were attended to. The food was delicious. My only wish is that it were quieter, as the room is small and open-with tables very close together, and the lunch crowd was robust.
By far, our waitress was the best part of a very lovely time. I so wish I recalled her name to acknowledge her personally.
our server did not add to our experience He first told us his day was okay when we asked and added he did not like the rain. When asked if we could substitute tomatoes for potatoes, he said no and then added if we did there would be an extra charge. When told we did not want potatoes because of our diet plans, he did not have any options but said if we did there would be an extra charge. Not accommodating at all. Most restaurants will give you a free option
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