The Main Line in Western Philadelphia is surrounded by lush meadows and rolling hills, and Narberth Borough is an enclosed neighborhood among the small towns. In this quaint borough, residents can often walk to the central business district to shop and grab a bite to eat. Plenty of international flavors are available, including Italian, Cuban, Thai, and Japanese. You can even find a Kosher restaurant or bakery. Narberth also offers basic American diners and seafood hot spots. Some eateries serve specialties like Creole pasta and lamb shank. The local pubs are known for their wide selection of beer. Great cuisine can often be found in obscure locations, so don't hesitate to venture away from the main roads.