Good food; reasonable prices; attentative wait staff; favorite of locals; easy to access and park just off Route 7.
a family owned, traditional breakfast hang out. This is where you'll find the locals. The close early in the winter but in the summer, you can also get awesome home cooked meals into the evening.
Busy small family run restaurant. Difficult navigation for larger wheelchair. Staff friendly, food very good. Don't wear your Yankees shirt, they are Red Sox Fans! Reasonably priced.
We ended up out week trip by eating breakfast here. If we had known how good it was, we would have eaten there before. Small but great food and extremely friendly staff. Don't miss the little place.
The place was small - 10 tables and a counter with 4 seats - but neat and clean. The staff was pleasant and the ambiance reminded me of Amish restaurants in PA. The food was good.
We drove by the day before and noticed that the parking lot was full so we stopped this morning on our way down to Woodstock and were not disappointed. My husband likes breakfast and was quite happy when he saw that they serve breakfast all day. He pronounced the Corned Beef Hash with poached eggs and hollandaise sauce as great.... More
Went here with my husband and daughter. Food was great. Tried the homemade bread and it was worth it. Small but very cozy and comfortable!
We had breakfast at the Dutch Mill Family Restaurant during our trip east and I have to say it was one of the best breakfasts I've had in years. It was very busy when we got there so we had to wait to be seated for a few minutes but it was worth the wait. The restaurant had a very... More
My husband and I were a bit hesitant about having breakfast here, the reviews are mixed and grumpy service doesn't impress us. however the young woman who served us couldn't have been nicer, perhaps because we initiated a conversation. The food was really good, however there is an extra charge for "real" maple syrup.
I have driven by the Dutch Mill my whole life, and have always been curious about it. It is an interesting building shaped like an old fashioned wind mill, the interior is a traditional diner. The menu is barbecue or fried. If you are trying to eat healthy, this isn't the place for you. The pulled pork was OK, the... More
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