Although the restaurant’s menu currently features BBQ, the Amish Farm Feast is still available for groups of 20+. We came here with a tour group for the latter.
Amish-style food is homogeneous within this region—all of it is hearty meat-and-potatoes fare, cooked from scratch and served family-style. Our meal began with bowls of aromatic chow chow and creamy coleslaw, and fresh-baked breads with a side of apple butter. The fried chicken was perfection. Pork sausage was fairly good but the thinly sliced roast beef was tough and unpleasantly salty. The PA Dutch version of chicken pot pie is prepared with wads of thick noodles instead of crust, so it’s more like chicken & dumplings. The accompanying side dishes were fresh and flavorful, particularly the mashed potatoes.
Our (English) servers were pleasant and gladly brought seconds when asked. For dessert, the warm apple dumpling with a scoop of Turkey Hill vanilla ice cream was sheer heaven. Afterwards, we spent some more money in the adjoining Country Store.
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