Amada Radnor Restaurant an Excellent Main Line Addition, Reviewer Reports


Some of the food offered at Amada Radnor, with a decidedly Spanish theme.
Image via Amada Radnor.
The Amada Radnor restaurant got a largely favorable view from a Main Line Tonight critic.

Now that a newer tapas-style Amada has opened in Radnor, joining its sister restaurant in Wayne, the Main Line is enjoying more Spanish food options, writes Michele Gargiulo, Main Line Tonight’s food and wine critic. 

In a review of the restaurant, she was happy to see an offering of sparkling water that came from Cuenca in Spain, in keeping with the restaurant’ Spanish theme.

They settled on a recommended chef’s tasting menu for $80 each. It turned out to be the best way to experience the restaurant, she wrote.

Their sampling included tuna dip with homemade crisps, aged jamon, and Manchego cheese, with truffled lavender honey and apple slices, a small plate of pickles, spicy mustard, and caper berries.

That was followed by a lamb turnover, lamb meatballs, grilled chorizo, and a short rib flatbread.

The sauce for the meatballs, made with Manchego cheese, sherry, and foie gras cream, stole the show.

Entrees came next—seasonal wild mushrooms, grilled chicken, and roasted seabream. 

“Overall, Amada is an excellent addition to the Main Line food scene. While the prices lean on the higher side, it does seem to be on par with the local community.”

Find out more about this meal at Amada Radnor in Main Line Tonight.

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