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Their new spot is a big contemporary dining room with soaring 24-foot ceilings and a 50-seat deck overlooking the valley.

But most importantly, this veteran of the Vargas restaurant group knows how to give his food a generosity of Creole flavors with subtle hints of seasonal creativity, from the spice-dusted shrimp over cheesy grits, to zesty okra stew, crispy vegan fritters of black-eyed peas over sautéed eggplant, tender ribs and a meaty crab cake with corn maque choux.

The cash-only Jenkintown original is an intimate 26-seat BYOB addition to the neighborhood, with a decadent mac and cheese not to be missed.

And then, of course, there are the pastries, which Le’s family, who warmly run the dining room, will explain harken back to his early days as a pastry chef for Susanna Foo.

The mille-feuille, for example, layers seasonal fruit with rich crème chibouste into flaky layers of house made puff pastry.

If that isn’t a vote of approval, I don’t know what is.

This swank bi-level restaurant outfitted with mahogany, a long curving bar, multiple fireplaces, an outdoor patio, and more than 40 wines by the glass (plus 200 bottles) is Ambler’s most sophisticated dining destination.

And to be fair, chef Tim Thomas doesn’t pretend to adhere rigidly to tradition at the pair of Southern Belles he’s opened with partners Jose and Jennifer Vargas.

Southern inspiration is more like it, as well as the soul food traditions Thomas grew up on in Nicetown.

F&M seems to have lost much interest in being a dining destination, though, with a pub menu that is increasingly limited, inconsistently executed, and served by a young staff that simply didn't seem to care that our meal was off.

This take-out shack with patio tables serving fusion take on classic Vietnamese bánh mi hoagies is perhaps an unlikely concept from TV celeb chef Chad Rosenthal, who’s best known for American barbecue at Ambler’s Lucky Well.

It has continuously evolved and improved (now with soundproofing to dampen the margarita-fuled noise) — enough to step up to 3 bells.