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Every morning, I take the same drive to Rutgers, Camden to go to school and as I approach the parking lot, I see the beautiful skyline of the city of Philadelphia. The first building that always grabs my attention is the PSFS building. Now the PSFS is known as the Loews Hotel, and it is a luxurious hotel that is recognized for its class, its elegant features, and its food. Sole Food is the restaurant in the Loews and after looking at the building everyday, I finally went to check it out.When I entered the restaurant, I was greeted by a lovely hostess and seated immediately. The restaurant has a cozy, hip feel to it and has a comfortable environment that all are sure to enjoy. It has a new and modern sense and features warm oval wood, tables set with rocks and candles, and has a beautiful lounge area that could have any person wanting to relax.The server, Michael, was very welcoming and very well-informed, and I quickly ...view middle of the document...

Other notable dishes included Crab 3 Ways, which was Peeky Toe crab salad with roasted beets, Mary land Crab Cake with watercress tartar, and spicy crab chowder; Prince Edward Island Mussels that has a choice of tomato-basil, curry-cilantro or wasabi-ginger sauces; Crab Gnocchi with asparagus and woodland mushrooms. I also happened to look over the wine list just to see what they have for me when I turn twenty one. Their wine list seemed very prominent and distinguished and there were many great highlights from the list (from what I was told).The server was very attentive and returned with our Popcorn Shrimp within fifteen minutes. It looked absolutely delicious. The shrimp was succulent and tender, and poured out of a movie popcorn bag along with real popcorn. The presentation was delightful and the shrimp was even better. The fried shrimp was covered in a warm butter and they were among the sweetest and most moist I have ever tasted.Moments later Michael returned with my entrée. The filet mignon was cooked to perfection and released a seductive smell when placed in front of me. The filet was tender and juicy and it was accompanied by creamy potatoes and baby arugula. The presentation was simple, but the meal was delicious nonetheless. The filet was seasoned perfectly and it fulfilled my appetite beyond my expectations. Also, the potatoes were in fact creamy as well as mouth-watering.Even though I finished my entire entrée, I still had some room for desert. Everything from the Port Glazed Pear tart to the Butterscotch pot-de-cream, sounded wonderful. I decided on the strawberry "tall" cake, a clever pun or not, the desert did fit it's description. The strawberry shortcake stacked very high and was absolutely scrumptious and completely satisfied my sweet tooth.Overall, my decision to check out Sole Food at the Loews Hotel was a good decision. It had great service, great food, and a great environment. Although Sole Food is considered a seafood restaurant, with the inclusion of other meals it could have anyone, seafood lovers or not, coming back for more.

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