We enjoyed eating here. Good food. Prices were good. Something for everyone. Everything was delicious and the kids even enjoyed it.
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Good solid meat and two choices with regional Amish specialties. Food and service were above average and the setting was old country.
No longer can you go have a Dutch Amish style meal unless you book in advance or are part of a group. They moved this restaurant to the upstairs location and replaced it with a horrible Bbq joint that has some of the items you...More
I was on a Mayflower tour. I looked forward to eating at the Plain and Fancy, but was quite disappointed. The meal was served family style. The food was all quite ordinary. The apple dumpling crust was hard and tasteless.. One person at each table...More
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...More
It was really nice to enjoy such a delicious and varied buffet before headed down to the magic show which was a very delightful and entertaining for us, including our grandchildren
We ate here with a bus group family style and it was average at best. Gravy tasted like it came right out of a package, chicken pot pie rather bland, fried chicken had minimum of flavor. Raisin bread was terrific and service was super. Has...More
G with the flow. My family ordered entrees from differing sections of the menu - and then shared. ...A great gusto rial experience. Even the grandchildren were pleased.
I food here is good, nothing special, same kinda food you can make in your own kitchen, the difference is you get to eat it with ppl you don't know sitting at your table, could this be fun, I guess so but it's just not...More
Good food, good price. We were doing the Amish experience and ate at the restaurant. Also visited the store and there were a lot of things at the store to browse through.