A Kennett Square restaurant serves elegant dishes while working with local establishments to source their produce. Sweet Amelia’s, founded by culinary school sweethearts Karessa and Zack Hataway, has a casual ambiance married to an upscale vibe, writes Ed Williams for Main Line Today.
The vegan-friendly restaurant is named after the couple’s daughter and incorporates cuisine from around the world. Prior to laying down roots in southern Chester County, the Hataways went trekking in a converted camper in Australia for a year.
Their nomadic spirit is captured in the restaurant’s dishes and motifs.
“We wanted to convey a sense of travel with a nomadic vibe,” said Karessa. “The simple paper-plane logo seems to fit the vision of our brand best.”
Elevated comfort food is prevalent on the menu, with favorites such as roasted baby potatoes in aioli, shrimp tortellini, chicken-skin tea sandwiches, homemade pasta dishes, and black-tea panna cottas.
Read more about Sweet Amelia’s culinary journey in Main Line Today.
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