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Where to Eat in King of Prussia

Crave that hunger by visiting one of these King of Prussia restaurants.

The Philadelphia-area suburb of King of Prussia has a lot to offer in terms of restaurants. With the KOP mall and the city just a short drive away, many travel to the area to shop for the day. If you find yourself getting hungry in King of Prussia, be sure to check out these top restaurants.

Whether it’s just a snack to tide you over between shopping shifts or a meal to top off your long day exploring King of Prussia, there’s sure to be a menu that satisfies exactly what you’re looking for!

Let’s get right into it.

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Top Restaurants in King of Prussia

  1. True Food Kitchen
  2. Founding Farmers King of Prussia
  3. Seasons 52
  4. The Capital Grille
  5. Fogo de Chao Brazilian Steakhouse
  6. Maggiano’s Little Italy
  7. Creed’s Seafood & Steaks
  8. Aroma Mediterranean Cuisine
  9. J. Alexander’s
  10. Bartaco
  11. Eddie V’s Prime Seafood
  12. North Italia
  13. Kooma

True Food Kitchen

239 Mall Blvd, King of Prussia, PA 19406
Phone: (484) 751-1954
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Mall food can be heavy, fast and unsatisfying, so why not go with something healthier and chic, like KOP’s True Food Kitchen.

True Food Kitchen is a health-driven culinary haven with a wide variety of menu options including salads, burgers and pizzas.

True Food Kitchen also has vegan options, and they’ve got plenty of craft cocktails and wines to augment their all-natural food!


Founding Farmers King of Prussia

255 Main St Suite 180, King of Prussia, PA 19406
Phone: (484) 808-4008
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Whether you’re on the go or looking for something sit-down, Founding Farmers King of Prussia has what you want!

Diners can eat indoors or outdoors, and can do so for Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner in Founding Farmers’ gourmet setting. You can find all of your American favorites, and everything is made fresh!

You can even take the taste of Founding Farmers home with you, since the restaurant has its own grocery store! Bring those flavors full circle!


Seasons 52

160 N Gulph Rd Suite 101, King of Prussia, PA 19406
Phone: (610) 992-1152
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King of Prussia’s lineup of gourmet American food continues with Seasons 52.

With a fresh grill and wine bar, try some of Seasons 52’s favorites like caramelized grilled sea scallops, brick oven-roasted Chilean sea bass or their wood-grilled crusted lamb loin.

Pair your meal with an glass of exquisite white or red wine from the extensive wine bar!


The Capital Grille

236 Mall Blvd, King of Prussia, PA 19406
Phone: (610) 265-1415
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The Capital Grille can be found all over the Philadelphia area, and their steaks are known for being some of the best out there (they are a steakhouse, after all!).

Order one of the many meat dishes such as the Bone-in ribeye, dry-aged New York strip, or the double cut lamb chops. They’ve got chicken, fish and other seafood as well, and salads for the vegetarian palate.

Have a glass of red wine with your meal and top off your outing with a indulgent dessert for the perfect post-shopping lunch or dinner!


Fogo de Chao Brazilian Steakhouse

155 Main St Building L, King of Prussia, PA 19406
Phone: (484) 965-9655
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Steakhouse, but make it Brazilian style at Fogo de Chao!

Like Capitol Grille, Fogo de Chao can be found over the Philadelphia area, and serve a delectable variety of steaks and other meats.

Stop in for lunch, brunch or dinner and have the meat come to you with tableside service of differently marinated marinated meats. Literally, the servers will cut your portions off of a stick in front of you! It doesn’t get more authentic than that.

With a host of classic steak sides and red wine to boot, you won’t leave Fogo de Chao hungry!


Maggiano’s Little Italy

205 Mall Blvd, King of Prussia, PA 19406
Phone: (610) 992-3333
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You wouldn’t be in the Philadelphia area if you didn’t have access to an Italian eatery!

KOP mall has its very own in Maggiano’s Little Italy, where you can order all of the Italian classics such as fresh pasta, seafood, steak and veal and chicken, among many other items.

Check out Maggiano’s array of specialty cocktails, beers and wines at their bar and order one with your dinner or just for happy hour!


Creed’s Seafood & Steaks

499 N Gulph Rd, King of Prussia, PA 19406
Phone: (610) 265-2550
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Creed’s serves seafoods and steaks but in the comfort of an independently-owned dining room, which separates it from some of the other steakhouses on this list!

Creed’s won a Diner’s Choice 2020, Wine Spectator Award of Excellence in 2020 and was a TripAdvisor’s Travelers Choice in 2020 as well!

With a raw seafood bar, chef specialties including jumbo lump crab cakes, pan seared surf and turf and grilled Scottish salmon and an extensive wine list, Creed’s is sure to impress!


Aroma Mediterranean Cuisine

10104 Valley Forge Cir, King of Prussia, PA 19406
Phone: (610) 337-9300
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Get a taste of Mediterranean Cuisine at Aroma in KOP!

Aroma has all your favorites such as kebabs, gyros, wraps, shawarma and falafel, all while housed in a casual and airy tavern located just minutes from scenic Valley Forge Park and, of course, the KOP mall.


J. Alexander’s

256 Mall Blvd, King of Prussia, PA 19406
Phone: (484) 322-2000
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Contemporary American food is the name of the game at J. Alexander’s in KOP!

Located within KOP Mall’s confines, J. Alexander specializes in wood-fired cuisine.

Get a wood-fired burger, sandwich, steak or seafood, or a salad if you’re looking to go meatless.

J. Alexander’s also has a large wine and handcrafted drink menu, so you’ll want to check it out!


Bartaco

160 N Gulph Rd Suite C110, King of Prussia, PA 19406
Phone: (610) 510-8226
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Bartaco may be the most relaxed restaurant dining experience you’ll ever have, and after a long day of shopping at the mall, that’s exactly what we figure you’ll need!

With outdoor, open-air seating featuring tacos, rice bowls and a bar with unique and creative handcrafted drinks, Bartaco is a great place to dine and relax without the extra hassle!


Eddie V’s Prime Seafood

670 W Dekalb Pike, King of Prussia, PA 19406
Phone: (610) 337-7823
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If Bartaco’s vibe is relaxed, than Eddie V’s is the antithesis to that.

A upscale fine-dining institution, Eddie V’s has an extensive seafood and steak menu, as well as a bar that rivals any other on this list.

Eddie V’s is on the expensive side, so if you’re looking to splurge on dinner, this makes for a great choice and sure-fire luxury dining experience!


North Italia

350 Mall Blvd Ste 1000C, King of Prussia, PA 19406
Phone: (484) 751-9000
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Located in the KOP mall complex, North Italia offers another Italian dining experience to shoppers in addition to Maggiano’s.

Order small plates to share, freshly made salads, pizzas, pastas or sandwiches and wash your food down with a cocktail, wine, or their famous sangria!


Kooma

201 Main St, King of Prussia, PA 19406
Phone: (484) 681-5593
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Looking for Asian food but can’t decide on a specific cuisine? Kooma in KOP is the Asian fusion place that combines it all for you on one, comprehensive menu!

Diners can order from Kooma’s sushi bar for Japanese tastes, stonepot bibimbap for a taste of Korea or go for some stir-fried noodles!

Kooma has the modern and fine dining touch that elevates the traditional Asian Fusion dining experience, and they’ve got the menu to back it up!


Final Thoughts

With a variety of cuisines from Mexican to Asian fusion, from American to Italian food, there will be something that suits every taste bud in King of Prussia.

Something that perhaps all King of Prussia visitors can agree on: a day spent at one of the largest malls in the USA can leave you with a large appetite!

Therefore, it makes sense that the food scene at KOP is sizeable and diverse, just like the mall it serves!

Did we leave one of your favorite restaurants out of our list? Let us know in the comments so we can check it out!

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Written by Seth Carlson

Seth is a Temple University student and Philly resident who loves some good food and sports. Check out his other blog over at FanSided, Nolan Writin’, which covers Texas Rangers baseball.