The Other Critics

‘Shut Up and Listen’ at Han Dynasty; A ‘Revelation’ at Green Eggs

• Adam Erace files a love letter to Han Dynasty, saying of the owner, “Whoever Han Chiang is—gentle sprite, food activist, prick—I’m content to shut up and listen.” [Philadelphia Weekly]

• Trey Popp thinks the brunch is great at Green Eggs in South Philly, but it’s the sofas that are a “revelation.” [City Paper]

• Craig LaBan rings two bells for Hotel Palomar’s Square 1682. [Inquirer]

Philly mag is not thrilled with its first bite of the new Xochitl. [Philly Mag]

• Phyllis triple toques Delicatessen deeming the matzoh ball soup to be the “envy of every Jewish woman or man who has ever attempted to make it.” [South Philly Review]

• Midtown Lunch thinks “there could be more fish” in the $7 soup-and-sandwich combo at Reading Terminal Market’s Pearl Oyster Bar [Midtown Lunch]

‘Shut Up and Listen’ at Han Dynasty; A ‘Revelation’ at