Quarryville in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Takeout. Discover best restaurants in Quarryville with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4 based on 86 reviews
Lapp's Restaurant is located along route 372 about a mile west of Quarryville. This restaurant provides a fairly extensive menu, good food and reasonable prices. Although in my opinion this would not be considered a destination restaurant, I have never been disappointed in the food I was served. A breakfast special consisting of two eggs, home fries, toast and coffee can be purchased for under $4.00. They have a very nice assortment of fresh baked goods available and a breakfast buffet is available. This restaurant provides a good option when you are in the area.
4 based on 113 reviews
Walt Okon – “Hometown Kitchen” Restaurants in Quarryville, Pennsylvania
12 March 2018 dinner at the “Hometown Kitchen” Restaurants in Quarryville, Pennsylvania, 18 Furnace Rd, Quarryville, PA 17566-9351. The Hometown Kitchen restaurant is an Authentic Taste of Lancaster area goodness. This is a country restaurant where you can experience the Pennsylvania Dutch Country. You can see Amish woman hard at work in the kitchen, and chat with them as they serve your meal. The ladies are quick and efficient. The restaurant is Dutch. It is small super clean and comfortable. The says seat yourself and we did. Our server was at our table within the minute. She provided a most friendly greeting. She was with us throughout the evening being most pleasant, very nice, efficient, and attentive. All the staff wore their simple Amish dress. The time between finishing our order and arrival of the main course was less than 10 minutes. Our dinners looked great and tasted better. This is a very good Amish country restaurant with excellent food at a very low cost. The restaurant had a low noise level. Every table was very clean and each table was sanitized after the people left. We want to come back again in the morning because we saw the breakfast menu. Free public parking is directly in front of the restaurant. There were two windows where we could see in to the kitchens. They were immaculate. I strongly recommend this little Hometown Kitchen. Walt Okon, Springfield, Virginia.
4.5 based on 19 reviews
This place identifies itself with the slogan “coffee & Community”, and that’s exactly what it feels like! You must try it for breakfast, lunch (great salad/sandwich menu). Or midday for coffees /teas desserts (which we did). Great antique shop...small but very sweet... right in the same building. And the prices are fair. Don’t miss this gem!!
4.5 based on 28 reviews
Great drive-in that's survived the decades in the town of Quarryville. Serving up steak sandwiches with the personal touch (you've got to read the newspaper clipping on the north facing outside wall), it's a touch of Q-ville's homespun charm. Ice cream and shakes round it out. Don't miss it - makes a great summer destination spot from any direction!
4 based on 74 reviews
Small town flavor, not a big fancy city restaurant. You are in Quarryvile Pa, working middle class families. T High School mascot is the Mules. So why would you expect great expensive food. It's good food, good service, good price. The place has plenty parking, plenty of tables. Nice menu, I can say not sure of all the food is good but what we had was good. I did not get sick. no one during our stay complained or walked out. It was crowded so what tat tells you food must be ok. Service was young and old. If there a smell well you are in farm country. The only thing I saw was funny on menu was a $9 egg salad sandwich. I guess I should of ask out waitress, elderly lady but maybe next time.
Breakfast specials during the week give free coffee. We had 2 soup and it seem to be homemade and not out of a can. Very good, coffee hot and fresh.
If you like diner food stop in you won't go wrong but if you drink coffee with your little finger out stay away and let us working class people enjoy a good meal.
4 based on 41 reviews
We are New Yorkers who love pizza, have grown up eating pizza, and we set an extremely high bar for good pizza......so our scale is a little different.
Sam's is clearly popular in the neighborhood - and that's what counts.
The sausage on the pizza was very good; the cheese a little rubbery for my taste; the sauce was good. We also had a meatball hero - again, good sauce; the meatballs were plentiful and pretty good.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
Wow did we hit the jackpot. No cooking while camping at Jellystone. We ordered the first night and then every night thereafter. The prices are so reasonable. The pizza was fantastic. We ordered 2 xlarge cheese pizzas, they were extra cheesy and the crust was great. We also ordered a Greek salad and it was great as well.
Loved this place and delivery was quick and free.
Totally worth ordering from. Now we wish we lived closer
4 based on 13 reviews
This restaurant is a quality Italian eatery. I should probably sample more of their menu considering I frequent this place about 2 times a month, but when the pizza is just THAT good, I never really want to! But guys I've eaten with love their salads (not just lettuce, there's a ton of chicken on there too!) and sandwiches. Love the atmosphere. It's not a huge place inside, but it's enough two large groups at once (still with booths available) and is a great hometown authentic italian eatery!
3.5 based on 45 reviews
We were recommended to eat here after our awesome Scooter ride over at Strasburg Scooters - they certainly steered us to the right place. We sat in the patio outside and it was a gorgeous day. We even got to see the adorable Amish kids riding their pony pulled carts around outside - so cute! We all got different burgers which were fantastic - we ordered garlic parm fries that were out of this world. Service was fast and friendly, location is so nice. If we are ever in that area again we would stop in for sure!
4.5 based on 5 reviews
Rolled in here for breakfast and found a cozy little place overlooking the golf course. There were lots of servers and they were all friendly.
Breakfast was excellent highlighted by the homemade homefries. And then they brought the bill. Shhhh. Don't tell a soul that 2 eggs, homefries, rye toast, a huge glass of lemon ice water, and great service was less than $5.00. There I said it and now I ruined it.
You could go to that other place in Q'ville but I'll be coming back here again.
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