Trax Restaurant and Cafe’

Trax27 West Butler Avenue

215.591.9777

Open Tuesday – Saturday

Reservations are strongly encouraged!

3 courses for $40

 

1st Course:

Manhattan Clam Chowder

Traditional Onion Soup

Shaved Fennel Apple Salad Citrus Parmesan Vinaigrette

*House Smoked Salmon, Citrus Cream Cheese, Pickled Red Onion Caprese Salad with House Made Pesto

Caramelized Brussel Sprouts with House Smoked Bacon & Balsamic

Grilled and Roasted Portabella with Aged Asiago

*Country Pate, Marinated Olives, Grain Mustard Crostini

 

Entree:

Sautéed Crispy Skin Trout with Scampi Sauce

Crispy Skin Barramundi with Red Pepper Sauce

Porcini Crusted Scottish Salmon with BBQ Glaze and White Bean Salad

Sautéed Shrimp and Cheesy Stone Ground Grits

Chicken Confit with French Lentil Salad and Wild Mushrooms

Braised Pork Shank with Fava Bean Hummus

Beef Bourguignon with House Smoked Lardoons and Pearl Onions

 

Dessert:

*Pound Cake with Fresh Fruit and Berry Sauce

*Seasonal Fruit Crisp with Chantilly Cream

Dark Chocolate Cognac Mousse

Gluten Free Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese Icing

 

*contains gluten

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PARKING IN AMBLER

Because Ambler has the busiest train station on the R5 rail line, we use meters for regulating parking. When commuters park their cars all day in the downtown, they take spaces away from our shoppers and visitors. The meters will help free up convenient spaces for shoppers and other visitors. That's the why of meters, now here's how to take advantage of them:

AMPLE NUMBER OF SPACES
247 spaces in the three Borough lots
146 spaces on the street within one block of downtown.

THREE CONVENIENT LOTS
On Lindenwold at Butler Ave., Cavalier at Butler Ave., and Butler at the Train Tracks

BARGAIN RATES
SUNDAYS AND AFTER 6 PM ARE ALWAYS FREE.
WEEKDAYS ARE ALSO FREE FROM 12-2PM
Fifty cents buys you 1 hour of parking on all meters