Bringing a taste of the Big Easy to the City of Brotherly Love, Chef Bill Beck prides himself on the rich, authentic Cajun and Creole flavors that Beck’s Cajun Cafe serves up for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The experienced restaurateur, three-time Best of Philly winner, and two-time guest chef at James Beard House keeps it casual and classic at Reading Terminal. Naturally, Beck’s offers New Orleans classics like gumbo, jambalaya, étouffée, and the beloved muffaletta sandwich, but they also bring a Cajun spin to morning with breakfast po’ boys like steak and egg with salsa, and a taste of the South with deep-fried mac and cheese and shrimp and crawdad pasta. Stop by on Wednesdays or Sundays for freshly fried beignets to go with your morning coffee. Can’t make it in until lunch? Try the Train Wreck Po’ Boy, stuffed with andouille, steak, salami, cheese, and onion. Wreck or no, it’s worth it.