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4.5 based on 729 reviews
We always eat here. The buffet is really good with the chicken the best. Also we had the stuffed pepper casserole which really hit the spot. Highly recommend.
4.5 based on 948 reviews
"where the locals eat" <br>Boyd & Wurthmann Restaurant still serves a 75¢ cup of coffee and is one of the oldest established businesses in Berlin, Ohio.<br><br> The restaurant is family-owned and has been in business since 1938. Our Amish cooks do a great job making home-style food you are sure to enjoy! We serve daily specials plus a large variety of homemade pies. Closed Sunday.
This is my kind of restaurant! We were visiting the Amish-Mennonite area of Ohio, and were looking for a good breakfast. We found Boyd & Wurthmann Restaurant, right on Main Street in Berlin, Ohio.
We were not looking for a "posh" establishment, we wanted a restaurant that had good food, reasonably priced, and with a warm atmosphere. Boyd and Wurthmann's was just such a place.
Holmes County, Ohio, is a wonderful area for a bit of rest and peace. I would say it displays a great balance between efficiency and friendliness. And so ... Boyd and Wurthmann Restaurant is that kind of establishment. As you enter, there is a buzz of conversation taking place. It's obvious that this restaurant caters to local residents, but it also welcomes outsiders, to that warm, home town, "feel."
They were open at 5:30 AM, the day we joined for breakfast, and they serve breakfast until 10:30 AM. There was a line of customers coming in until the time we left, which was about 9:00 AM. The food was delicious, and it was very reasonably priced. My wife and I paid $10.50 for both our meals, (one mention ... they only take cash, no credit.)
They serve other meals, beside breakfast, and they have delicious looking pies for sale, as well.
Remember that place, in your home town, where everyone enjoyed being? Where people talked family, enjoyed food together, went out full, without spending too much ... well that is my description of Boyd & Wurthmann.
4.5 based on 304 reviews
The serenity of our restaurant and inn is the perfect setting for enjoying the cuisine of Executive Chef Bret Andreasen and his team. The kitchen staff is committed to using local and seasonal ingredients to create a dining experience that is simple yet elegant. The Chef also brings international and urban flavors based on his travels to the table. We hope to become your dining destination whether it is special occasion, business meeting, or just a night out in Amish Country.
My European Breakfast was excellent and nourishing. It was a healthy yet light option. The service was excellent and very friendly and attentive. The coffee was also very good, although I was very disappointed that the Inn has stopped offering complimentary coffee in the Lobby to its overnight guests. The atmosphere is lovely. However as I perused the Tarragon menu it struck me as sorely overpriced and my friend and I chose to dine elsewhere for dinner and had an excellent meal at BAGS in downtown Millersburg for a very reasonable price. The food and service there were excellent.
5 based on 212 reviews
They have the best iced raisin bread and a bread called garden bread. The doughnuts are huge and always fresh. Kind of off the beaten path but definitely worth looking up
4.5 based on 103 reviews
We stopped in here twice for their bakery and everything we sampled was EXCELLENT. Their donuts were the best of any bakery we tried in Berlin, Millersburg, or Sugar Creek. Great cookies and pies.
They have a limited lunch and breakfast menu but the food is OUTSTANDING. The waitress told us everything they served was fresh and handmade on site.
I had a large breakfast one morning with fried eggs, home fries, sourdough toast, homemade strawberry jam. It was all cooked perfecting. My wife had authentic Amish Baked Oatmeal, with fresh fruit. Wonderful. Great coffee as well to go with a meal or fresh baked goods.
This little place is not impressive to look at but the food, and the service is outstanding. I will eat here again on our next visit.
4.5 based on 99 reviews
For good homestyle cooking in a friendly relaxing atmosphere, stop in at Charm Family Restaurant on the main street in Charm, Ohio. Enjoy the local traffic with different and interesting modes of transportation go by while your meal is being prepared by one of our capable cooks and served by one of our friendly waitresses. You can choose our hot lunch buffet which consists of pan-fried chicken, meat loaf, pork n' kraut, stuffing, mashed potatoes, beef & chicken gravy, green beans, and a dish of our homemade ice-cream. Or try our juicy Charm Steak Burger, wraps, or Lake Erie Perch with various sides. Finish with our homemade ice-cream, pies, date pudding, or sundaes. Our goal is to bring you a relaxing dining experience as you enjoy your meal. May the Lord be praised for His goodness as we serve you.
Everyone in our party tried different foods. Our selections included meatloaf, fried chicken, chicken and dumplings, and chicken salad. Everyone was pleased. However, the vegetables might have been the best part of the meal. We were there on a Saturday evening, and local families parked their buggies and came in to eat. Fresh bread and homemade strawberry jam start every meal.
5 based on 167 reviews
Eat where the locals eat! Mudd Valley Café & Creamery is located inside of Walnut Creek Cheese (Walnut Creek location) and is a full service eatery serving brunch, lunch, desserts, ice cream, and more! With seating on our upper level for over 300 people - we have more than enough room for you and your friends to enjoy lunch with us. A complete transformation was recently completed for Mudd Valley Cafe (May 2016) with the ordering and kitchen operation all moved to the upper level. Take the elevator or the stairs, and you'll find yourself in an eclectic cafe serving a selection of fresh menu items. From hot sandwiches, fresh burgers, and our very own Mudd Valley Stacks, you're sure to find a new favorite. Our slogan for the cafe says it all: brunch. lunch. desserts! Located on the main level of our Walnut Creek store, our Mudd Valley Creamery is famous in Amish Country. We sell more than 40,000 of our homemade custard cups for local weddings, parties, and special events. Mudd Valley Custard is our own secret recipe that has a smooth creamy taste that you won't find anywhere else. Pick from Vanilla, Chocolate, and our special "Flavor of the Day." Or you can order a specialty sundae like our Buckeye Blast (Homemade custard with peanut butter, hot fudge, and real buckeye candies), Homemade Brownie Sundae, Turtle Sundae, and many more. Are you more of a flurry or milkshake person? We have those too!
My uncle and I went here for lunch. He’s from out of state, but comes 2-3 times a year to visit. So we went here instead of the Holmes County staples or fast food. The stacker bar is really good, but we opted for sandwiches, fries and onion rings. We were both well pleased with our choices.
4 based on 24 reviews
We stopped in for a cold coffee treat while we were walking around shopping. It looked like a cute little coffee shop, and it's was busy so we figured it was good. The people were really nice, but the two drinks we got were WAY too sweet. I couldn't even drink mine honestly. I walked around and sipped it until I had consumed about half of it. We came across a station with free coffee in one of the shops so my husband poured a bunch into the cup so that it wasn't so sweet and he drank the rest.
4.5 based on 464 reviews
We were told by locals this was a good place to eat. We had eaten there about 20 years ago and food was good. We decided to eat here as it was our 36th wedding anniversary and we went to Austria for our honeymoon so wanted Austrian food to celebrate. Our meal was a disappointment. Other reviews said portions were large but ours was not. We had Jager schnitzel that was just deep fried, not pan seared like we had in Austria. The mushroom gravy looked like it was day old at least and warmed up. It was very salty and I am a heavy salt eater. It would not have been edible for someone who is not use to salt. There was no gravy for the spaetzle so I asked for just a little for it. I was charged $1.99 for it! Normally it is served with enough gravy for both the meat and spaetzle. The German potato salad was not very flavorful. The pretzel sticks they serve while you wait were tasty. The cost for what you received was high $42+ for two meals, no drink or dessert. We will not return nor would we recommend it.
4.5 based on 401 reviews
I stopped here at a friend's recommendation just to check it out. Lots of good bakery choices. The apple cider slushy was really good.
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