We had to wait about 30 minutes for a table and the food was average. The atmosphere was very nice, but I wouldn't wait that long again for the Guenther House.
My husband and I love to go here for special occasions. The grounds are beautiful and the food is delicious. It is fun to explore the antique room furnishings and the little shop while we wait to be seated.
Make sure you eat at the restaurant in the home. Delicious food.
This is THE place to have a nice country breakfast. Pancakes were light and fluffy and our friends had biscuits w/ preserves and eggs Benedict which they raved about. It's location in Sir William District is a nice diversion from The Riverwalk scene. Plus you get to walk thru the house and do shopping! I bought the biscuit mix since... More
Tour trolley highly recommended Guenther House -- we got off the trolley at lunchtime. One hour and 15 minutes later we were finally seated outdoors in a tent with wind-driven flaps - we felt like we were in a wind tunnel. Ordered chicken salad platter and a club sandwich (sorry, we just couldn't do pancakes for lunch at 1:45pm). Nothing... More
We went to Guenther House for the breakfast after having read the reviews. There were 4 of us - 3 got their house special and one got the waffle of the day (blueberry). The waffle was very good. The best part of the special was the bacon. The coffee was so weak... it tasted watered down. The sausage gravy was... More
I decided to try this spot after reading many reviews. The house is a beautiful, historic house but I was disappointed by the rather limited menu. The service was prompt and courteous and the food I did have was very good. The French Vanilla Cake with Lemon icing was delish!
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