Mistral King of Prussia Dining Bar

Smooth Traveler: Philadelphia’s Northwestern Suburbs

Mistral KOP was included in a travel article in the Philadelphia Sunday Sun mentioning the restaurant’s Michelin-quality chef team, seasonal dishes, and a few “must-try” menu items. See full article here.

By Renée S. Gordon

In March, local food activist James Beard and acclaimed Chef Scott Anderson opened a second location of his Mistral Restaurant in King of Prussia. The original Mistral, based in Princeton, New Jersey,  was on New Jersey Magazine’s 25 Best Restaurants list in both 2015 and 2016.

Mistral King of Prussia’s Michelin-quality chefs offer a different menu from that of Mistral Princeton, but it similarly provides cuisine that is filled with inspired seasonally and locally-sourced American dishes with an international twist. The 3,700-sq. ft. venue seats 111 guests, with outdoor seating available for 48 additional diners. The 18-seat bar is the ideal spot to avail yourself of the extensive bar menu with wine, spirits, beer and unique craft cocktails. Every menu item is wonderful, but you must try the grilled calamari, pork riblets, wings and corned beef sausage. Reservations can be made online. (www.mistralkop.com and @MistralPrinceton)