Good place to eat. Really enjoy all the different soups available. Decent price for soups and sandwich
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Traveling cross-country and stopped in here for breakfast per a review I found in Road Food, a book by Jane & Michael Stern. This review is solely directed towards the breakfast “buffet”. There’s two parts to the breakfast buffet: one side consisting of melons, berries,...More
Sandwiches seem cheaply made with low quality ingredients. Soup is very bland and although they say they are homemade I feel like they take a lot of shortcuts.
We drive to Newton just to eat at their Bread Basket when they have the German Buffet. It is a little pricey but you will have access to a lot of great food and drinks.
We had the chicken pot pie, which had a big chunks of chicken, and a great crust. Along with the pot pie, we also did the salad bar, and it had a good selection of ingredients, as well as other salad offerings. Very casual venue.
Good for breakfast and brunch at fair prices. Go early for the best selection of pies. Also can purchase baked goods to take home. Always tasty food.
Having some time to kill I thought I would stop by for a nice sit down lunch. I was not disappoint with the selection and quality of the Bread Basket. Lots of variety on the buffet as well as ordering off the menu. Daily specialty...More
Adult prices are roughly $14 per person for the German buffet, and many of the foods had an overpowering vinegar taste. The 2 soups were the best part. One had chicken and tomatoes, and the other had green beans and ham. For the most part,...More
Cinnamon rolls were warm and practically melted in our mouths. Bread pudding with frosting?!; French toast; pancakes....all very good...now for the protein... The Western eggs were yummy on this Sat. buffet for $8.00. We spend over for twice as much for breakfast, at a more...More
My wife and I visited this restaurant for their German buffet and were disappointed with the quality and taste of the food. The food was a little bland in taste whether it was the sausage and soups, with the ham being the most tasty. There...More