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“Wye Brook?”

Wyebrook Farm Restaurant
Ranked #2 of 17 Restaurants in Honey Brook
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: American
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Dining options: Breakfast, Reservations
Description: Sustainable farm with excellent cafe and market.
Reviewed 28 August 2017

The atmosphere is amazing and beautiful. The food needs a lot of work!! Couldnt chew the chicken (left on my plate)beans very hard, lackluster, tasteless....two exceptions were the gazpacho, their version of fettucini alfredo, and a corn icecream. The beef, 3 slices of(sirloin) had no taste. The liver pate served on a rock hard toast. Most dishes very underflavored. The portions were all quite small. All the food was attractive and fresh. The server did not know what kind of bread we were served, saying the pastry chef said it was pastry flour! I might try the brunch. The meal cost was very high.

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Reviewed 20 August 2017 via mobile

Our real estate agent recommended Wyebrook Farms to us for a late lunch after viewing a home. Incredible. Pretty drive to find it, and we saw it from the road before we knew it was the place, just to stop and look at its beautiful stone house from afar. Was very busy on a Saturday, so parked in adjacent field opened for parking. We were seated in a large pavilion built in 2015, and a band was playing on a detached stage further away. Great lunch menu. All food raised or grown there on the farm and if not, locally sourced. You can bring your own bottle of wine and they will bring you a bucket of ice to keep it cold. Not sure if there is a charge for this service, but they do not sell wine or any alcohol themselves. We ordered the chicken tacos with side house salad and the chicken salad sandwich with fries, ice tea and lemonade. All was excellent and for certain fresh. After lunch we visited the market. Very small, was expecting a farm market, but just a small area. Small selection of produce and also a fine display of fresh meats and sausages made there as well as a decent cheese selection. The draw for most though I am sure is the cafe. Walked about a bit, the views here are gorgeous and expansive of the rolling countryside, and then, a closer look at the incredible historic stone home. (No tours of the home we just walked outside from the drive and looked.) Very pleasant place to eat, drink, and spend a sunny afternoon.

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Reviewed 15 August 2017

While this was a delightful small restaurant, the market is very tiny with few items for sale. We were expecting more of a farmers' market. The farm is quaint with beautiful scenery - rolling hills with grazing cattle pretty far in the distance. The restaurant is completely open to the outdoors, which on the day we visited, was perfect. I would not want to be there on a very hot or cold day, however. The grass fed beef burger was very good as was the pulled pork sandwich. Really odd flavor in the cucumber beverage - wouldn't recommend. The waitress we had was pleasant and efficient, however most of the other wait staff had blank expressions on their faces most of the time, which was really noticeable. Service was timed well and we didn't wait long as other reviewers had experienced. The place was not very crowded for the Sunday brunch, but we did call ahead for reservations. We were expecting more of a farm environment integrated with the dining experience. The only garden we saw was a small, very overgrown and weed filled herb garden. The only animals were in the distance. Just not what we expected from viewing their very beautiful website. Overall, a nice place, but we thought once was enough.

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1  Thank mussarim
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Reviewed 14 August 2017 via mobile

All the ingredients are here for a perfect afternoon! Beautiful drive to the farm where the view is perfect, the food is fresh, and eating area is shaded, lightly breezy and quaint.

The salad had freshly cut lettuce mixed with various herbs with a light vinaigrette dressing. The pulled pork had a coleslaw topping and was not drowned in sauce, but cooked to perfection. Friends had the burger which had a generous helping of fresh bacon and cheese on top. They said it was delish.

The only thing that could have made this experience better was improved table side service.

After the meal, a walk around the grounds demonstrated several gardens, pigpen, and a decorated silo. Fun for the whole family!

1  Thank Nicole B
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Reviewed 31 July 2017 via mobile

Our reservation was 8:15 and service painfully slow. By the time they took our order, they were out of beef, so our choices left were eggplant or pork and neither were good. They also ran out of bread.

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