Bumpass is an unincorporated community in Louisa County, Virginia, United States. Its post office is still in service. National Historical Places registered in Bumpass include the Duke House and Jerdone Castle. The latter is a plantation (now lakefront) where George Washington spent the night on June 10 during his 1791 Southern tour.
4.5 based on 97 reviews
A Mediterranean restaurant with a Southern twist. Delicious scratch-made meals and superb and friendly service.
We visited Obrigado for Sunday brunch while in the area to visit wineries.
My wife had the Eggs Chesapeake, while I had seafood (salmon) Eggs Benedict. Both were reasonably priced ($15) and included potatoes and breakfast breads. We added mimosas ($6.50 each) to complete the meal. Both dishes were prepared well, tasty, and worth the money.
Service (Moriah) was excellent, and the atmosphere very pleasant. Limited outdoor seating is available, but given the restaurant is on Main Street (with a fair amount of traffic for a Sunday), we opted to stay inside.
We'll likely return to sample their dinner options.
4 based on 125 reviews
Family introduced us to this fabulous restaurant. We were wowed by their Shrimp Scampi, Veal Parmesan, Baked Ziti and Meatballs and Grilled Chicken Cesar Salad. Our wait person was friendly and attentive. Giuseppe's is absolutely on our "must-do" list for our next visit to Lake Anna.
4.5 based on 78 reviews
Try the Fried Green Tomato appetizer, it is wonderful to share. Loved the Fredericks Hall Seafood Caserole. Homemade pickled redbeets were a great side. The place was hopping on a Saturday night and the only reason we got a table without a reservation is that we stumbled on the place quite early. We were out on a joy ride visiting Lake Anna for the first time and looking for an early dinner before driving back to Richmond. Do make a reservation. Food overall was fresh and delicious. Service and atmosphere lovely, and prices modest.
4 based on 16 reviews
My husband and I have frequented this restaurant for the past 5 years and have always been satisfied with the menu. There are some items that are obviously frozen, leading to mushy or hard pieces; however, their pizzas and subs are quite yummy.
The owner is the pizza maker and he does a wonderful job coupled with an incredible wait staff. The options in Montpelier are VERY limited so having a tried and true and trusted restaurant to rely on is fabulous.
4.5 based on 15 reviews
We visited from the lake on a Wednesday night... it was fairly crowded, but we still got a slip and played cornhole while we waited about 20 minutes for our table. Food was good for the price. Don't recommend dessert, as they came out frozen... otherwise.. we recommend!
4.5 based on 127 reviews
Stopped by on our way down the 95 corridor. Had heard good things and was not disappointed. Staff was very friendly and attentive.
Wife and I both had the bacon wrapped shrimp fajitas which were on special. Mmmmmmm great.
Bean dip and salsa with the appetizer chips was a good switch up.
Both teenage kids liked their meals. We will stop again when in the area.
4.5 based on 51 reviews
It was a late lunch so the 4 of us didn't go too crazy. We ordered edamame, seaweed salad, salmon nigiri, a tuna and salmon roll, a Godzilla roll, and hibachi chicken/shrimp.
The seaweed salad was the same as you would find in 90+% of sushi restaurants, which we always enjoy. They did garnish it a bit, which was a nice touch.The nigiri was fresh and tender. My young daughter devoured the tuna roll so I assume it was more than fine.
The Godzilla roll looked fun and different, but unfortunately it was left in the fryer way too long and came out as dry as well-done salmon would be especially if attached to overly crispy rice. The edamame was over-steamed, more mushy than crisp.
The teppanyaki/hibachi was cooked just fine, but the sauce seemed like more of the premade overly sweet reduction variety (most likely made with cornstarch and sugar, or corn syrup), not the clean flavors you you'd find at a typical Japanese steakhouse. We were extremely disappointed and found ourselves adding soy sauce just to cut the sweetness. This may be a great dish for some folks who like a sweet soy based sauce, but it's not the standard flavor we expected.
The fried rice seemed to be an afterthought with just rice, soysauce and little else.
The house/mushroom soup was very tasty.
From our experience
Sushi 4 stars
Appetizers 3 stars
Teppanyaki 2 stars
There are few options near this side of the lake, so if we do dine here again, it will be for the raw fish items. Live and learn.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
This Domino's is always so clean and well lit. The staff is very friendly and orders are filled very quickly. I have always received a correct pizza and enjoy spending my money here.
4.5 based on 29 reviews
A bland setting conceals a really good Mexican restaurant with an extensive menu and great prices. We had a sampler platter (very good, but so much we had to take about half home), burrito and enchilada platters. All very good with interesting salsa served with the chips. Service was quick and pleasant
4.5 based on 40 reviews
We took a drive to Louisa and luckily chose this place for lunch. We really liked the place. It has such a friendly, happy feel to it. Not a fancy place, but a place you feel you can just kick back and enjoy. The people working there, who I understand are mostly family, were great. I don't think I've ever felt more welcome in a restaurant. We chose our usual chori pollo (they call it something else), and it was probably the best we've found. It was also reasonably priced. They did have a Sunday breakfast buffet for around $9, we, however, were a bit late and they were just closing it up. It looked like lots of locals chose it for brunch after church. Being in a strip mall, there is plenty of easy parking, and it also looked like they had a full bar. If you like Mexican food, you can't go wrong here.
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