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“Amazing find in the middle if nowhere!”

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 10 November 2017 via mobile

Unique setting and atmosphere with lovely meals and wonderful market! I was there several times the previous summer and fall and experienced great fun with friends and family exploring the farm while listening to music and eating delicious food choices. Love the sustainable, organic aspect if the farm.

Thank C5711DFcarols
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Reviewed 25 October 2017

The food is amazing and there is plenty of it. The surrounding grounds are beautiful. The wait staff cannot do enough for you. Such an enjoyable time out. Very relaxing.

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Thank 607Danielle
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Reviewed 9 October 2017

Sorry, but visited twice since my last review and both times were merely satisfactory at best, with more minuses than plusses.
The food has become very unappetizing lately. Lets rate each item individually:
The cheese plate was skimpy for 2 people - 6 pieces of cheese (the bleu was good, the others..eh), 2 berries, 4 grapes and some nuts. Not worth $17.
The soup, butternut squash, was good! Worth the $10.
The Shishito Peppers were edible but how could anyone eat a plateful of 3" peppers?
There was about 30 of them! They could have been a lot more creative with that
appetizer. Definitely not worth $12.
We each had the beef for our entree. Beef was very good but there was no say on the
doneness. Medium rare was fine with us. Good flavor. The carrots that came with it
were hard to cut with the steak knives. The other vegetables with it were ok at best.
Not worth $36.
The desserts were very good. The peanut butter mousse was good in size and very
tasty. The sundae was also very good. Worth the $10 each.

As I noted on my last review, the tables for 2 are too close together. I'm not interested in other peoples conversations and I doubt they're interested in mine, but it can't be helped with the tables so close together. Definitely can't be a romantic dinner.

So, I spent $138.86, plus a generous 15% tip for a not great dinner for 2. I don't like giving negative reviews but I had to be honest, as I always am on trip advisor.

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2  Thank jimijoe43
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Reviewed 5 October 2017

The setting spectacular, I could have been in Napa - views, outside restaurant and facility amazing. The food was delicious, however, the servers need to learn to multi task and bring condiments, salt and pepper etc. much more efficiently. Leisurely service is one thing, but waiting for mustard while your burger is getting cold is inefficient, especially when there are only 4 other tables. The server was so pleasant it made it acceptable, but was the only negative of my visit. Would definitely return and would love to try dinner.

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1  Thank lisanW9825OL
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Reviewed 25 September 2017

Beautiful atmosphere. Deceptive menu.
1st course- "Chef's Plate" for 2 ordered- NO price listed. Received MAYBE 4 ounces of meat/cheese. Price $32
2nd course- mushroom soup- $10, fair price, not so flavorful.
3rd course- Trofie (pasta dish)- $13, yummy.
4th course- stone cold 1/2 of chicken w/ 2 cauliflower florets, 2 fingerling potatoes, mystery vegetable, and a yummy sauce- $29- a bit pricey.
Pot of Tea- $6.
Our very lovely waitress comped us a slice of OUTSTANDING "Honey Pie" - $9.
Total bill- $125 with no alcohol
Minimal directional signs to the restaurant & out of their parking lot.

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2  Thank Tiggy1117
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