After nearly two years of preparation Taiwanese Gastropub, Danlu opened it’s doors Wednesday, December 6 to join Philadelphia's bustling restaurant scene.  

Inspired by the late night street markets of Taiwan, Danlu was founded by the same group that created French-Asian restaurant, Nectar (“Danlu” translates to “Nectar” in Chinese) lead by Henry Chu, Michael Wei, and visionary chef, Patrick Feury, alongside chef de cuisine, Michael Cooperman.

Located at 3601 Market Street, University City, PA, the two story venue was built out by NYC design firm, Jeffrey Beers International. JBI is a full service design studio with a wide array of award winning hospitality projects spanning the last 30 years.

The overall vibe of the space inspires warmth with deep gold and bold red tones which are enhanced by the rich hues of our tali wood pieces. Copper accessories and antique silver accent panels give depth and added style to the room.

The space features roughly 25 custom tables, ranging from medium rounds to iron rimmed communal bar tables, all in our vibrant tali. Our tali wood Finch bar stools help to tie the yellow stone bar with the main dining room.

Bold colored graphics stretch from the main floor bar up to the wood beam ceiling and accent the mezzanine’s intimate dining area.

For elevated Taiwanese street fare, small plates with big, bold flavors, and a seasonal cocktail and wine menu, be sure to check out Danlu next time you’re in Philly.

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