My husband and I go out once or twice a year for what we call our "Electric Bill Dinner" because we go to restaurants that cost almost or just as much as our electric bill. This year we decided to go to the Moshulu. I have lived in the Philadelphia area all my life and always wanted to eat there. We love to try new things and this place was not a disappointment.
Service: Service was great. Our waiter only had four tables total so the service was amazing. He made great recommendations that improved our meal and experience.
Atmosphere: This restaurant is on a cargo ship from the 1800's. It is beautiful and on the water overlooking the Delaware River and Camden waterfront. Great
atmosphere. Bathrooms were clean but really small (due to the age of the ship)
Food: We started with the cheese plate....amazing selection and delicious. Plating was beautiful. They serve warm rolls with house made butter with sea salt and honey. Yummy!
My husband had the swordfish steak special and it was delicious (we always share). I had the filet and it was divine. It melted in my mouth and no need for a steak knife. We finished the meal with desserts that did not disappoint. I had the chocolate smores dessert...sea salt vanilla ice cream. My husband had the chocolate sampler. The meal was amazing and one of the best we have ever had.
Come prepared to spend about $100 per person if you have three courses and alcohol but it is well worth it.
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