We went to the Blue Rose Inn after reading the Philadelphia Inquirer review a few weeks prior. It was a very good review, so we wanted to try it. We were not disappointed. My wife had a Bibb salad to start and I had the Gnocchi. My wife raved about the salad, and my gnocci was also good. It was called Parisienne gnocchi, so it was different than what you might expect. We both got the same entrees, a coffee-rubbed beef tenderloin with a chimichurri sauce. It was very good, very tender. As for dessert we got the chocolate mousse, which is not a typical mousse. It is quite dense and firm, not pudding-like. While on the small side, it was very tasty. My only quip was that service was a little slow, especially since we were early and few people were in there. However, it was worth the wait. The many I assume was the owner asked how we liked everything on the way out, so that is always good and shows they care.
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