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Espresso Cafe & Sushi 7814 Castor Avenue (Between Hartel Ave. & Chandler St.) Philadelphia, PA 19152

7814 Castor Avenue
(Between Hartel Ave. & Chandler St.)
Philadelphia, PA 19152

(215) 745-0130


Shakshuka Omelette

Classic Israeli 3 Egg Dish made with Tomatoes, Peppers, Onions & Garlic

Great Pyramid Sandwich

Available on Whole Wheat or White Bread, Avocado & Fresh Spring Vegetables

Panini Toast- Super Sesame Wheel

Dill Sour Cream, Lox, Pickle, Olive, Vegetables 

Fish with Choice of Sauteed Vegetables, Rice or Baked Potato
King Salmon
Your Choice of Italian or Moroccan Style
Tuna Steak
St. Peter’s Tilapia served with Tahini Sauce and Pine Nuts
Creamy Salmon with Green Beans
Fried Whole Tilapia with Israeli Salad & French Fries 

Eggplant, Pesto, Feta wrapped in Fillo Dough
With Sour Cream & Crushed Tomatoes  


Eggplant Lasagna served with Tomato Sauce

Zucchini & Feta Cheese mixed with Penne Pasta 

Halomi Salad
Lettuce, Tomato, Sauteed Mushroom & Onion with Cheese & White Wine 

Philly Roll
Smoked Salmon, Avocado, Cream Cheese|
Crazy Roll
Spicy Tuna, Spicy Salmon, Avocado 
Salmon Rap & Roll
Mushroom, Scallion & Red Onion

information about Espresso Cafe & Sushi
Community Kashrus of Philadelphia

Sun-Thur 10:00am-10:00pm
Fri (Summer) 10:00am-3:00pm
Sat 1hr after Shabbat - 12:00am

Cuisine: Eclectic Dairy
Avg. Check: $18-$25
Attire: Casual

Succah On Succot: Yes
Nine Days Menu: Yes
Open for Pesach: No

RESERVATIONS Suggested for Saturday night and Sundays

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ABOUT Espresso Cafe & Sushi

When owner Sharon Abergel wanted to take his wife to celebrate an occasion or have an enjoyable dairy meal in their Philadelphia neighborhood, they had no place to go. So he did something about it. He opened up Espresso Cafe & Sushi Bar. That was June 2004. Today, everyone in Philadelphia has a place they can go to, thanks to Sharon. Sharon is an easy going guy who believes that if you’re genuine and give customers what they want, they’ll appreciate it and come back. He guarantees that every customer that comes for the first time, will undoubtedly come for a 2nd, 3rd and 4th time. He knows his food is excellent. Everything is made on premises with the freshest ingredients. For breakfast try one of their superb pastries or omelettes. In fact, they have 7 different omelettes, all made with 3 eggs and garnished with fresh garden vegetables and served with bread and butter. For lunch, a great way to begin the meal is to have the French Onion Soup. It’s full of sliced onions, lightly spiced croutons, all topped with mozzarella cheese. Simply delicious! You can follow that with a perfectly toasted sesame-seed baguette wheel, with tuna, cheese, olives and hard boiled egg. There are plenty of salads to choose from as well as specialty items such as Carpacho, Malawah and Burekas. Of course, you’ll may be in the mood for a cheesy or saucy pasta dish or a tasty fish, like the St. Peter’s Telapia served with Tahini sauce and pine nuts. To round out their menu, they also offer a number of sushi rolls. And one would be remiss, not to try one of their homemade desserts combined with with a nice, hot cappuccino.

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Review 5/10/15


Espresso Cafe & Sushi
Maria- 03/13/11

Wonderful place!!! You feel like home there!

57 people likes
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Jerri Williams- 09/18/10
Our entire family loves Espresso Cafe. My personal favorites are the zeppata sandwich and Jerusalem platter, but everything is well-cooked and delicious. The owner is friendly and relaxed--a very comfortable place to hang out. Bring your own beer or kosher wine! Thanks, Sharon!
121 people likes
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Adan Gutierrez- 04/27/10
algo bueno--Starbucks doesn't even compare
86 people likes
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Anonymous- 01/26/09
We had a business lunch at Espreso Cafe, the food was fantastic, we had cream salmon, sushi, french onion soup. My associate had a grilled tuna plate.
The food was great and so was the service.
88 people likes
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Sarah- 07/11/08
Ive been to Espresso several times and I want to say that this is the BEST restaurant I've ever been to the food is soooo..... delisius the service is great the place is always clean,It is a must try for a first timer you will not regret the #1 place to go in philly.
109 people likes
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