Though there is plenty of hustle and bustle all day long in the borough, Lansdale comes alive at lunchtime. Try these not-so-hidden gems throughout the North Penn region.
Izu Sushi – 322 W. Main St.
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Lansdale Mayor Andy Szekely tried an uni shooter (sea urchin with ponzu sauce and
Sriracha, topped with a raw quail egg) here when the restaurant opened in 2014.
Main Street Pizza – 328 W. Main St.
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Also located in Souderton, Main Street Pizza was once your average pizza parlor but after
an expansion and renovation in 2011, the parlor became a true restaurant.
The Oasis – 821 W. Main St.
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From their website: “The Oasis is a family-owned and operated Mediterranean restaurant
in Lansdale that specializes in Medterranean and Middle Eastern delicacies.”
From their website: “Valentino’s Bistro Family Restaurant is a family-run restaurant in Lansdale. We are
proud to have been serving authentic Italian cuisine to Lansdale residents and visitors for the past  years.”
Yanni’s Gyro – 213 W. Main St.
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Yanni Lambros opened Yanni’s Gyro in 2014 on Main Street in Lansdale. It’s an authentic,
traditional Greek menu, he said, all made from scratch. “There’s nothing canned or frozen.”
Stove and Tap – 329 W. Main St.
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From their website: “At Stove & Tap, we pride ourselves on being more than just a great restaurant.
Our food menu is ever-changing using the freshest, local ingredients prepared to perfection by
Chef Biff Gottehrer.”
Nino’s Pizza – 721 E. Main St.
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From their Facebook page: “This family-owned pizzeria has been in business since 1966! Mr. Nino is
still running the show, ensuring that his customers get only the finest quality ingredients and service.”