Well off the beaten path, this Mennonite-owned restaurant is worth the drive from anywhere in Pitt, Craven or Lenoir County. My family loves coming for breakfast--expect to wait on Saturday, but it is SO worth it. The French toast, sliced thick from their homemade bread and served with their secret-recipe butter syrup is just this side of heaven. My husband swears by the biscuits and sausage gravy and the grits are perfect. They serve a Dutch Breakfast that has enough food for two, but you won't want to share! They also serve lunch, but I find their breakfast is the real draw for me. The bakery sells bread, cinnamon rolls, pecan sticky buns, cookies, brownies and muffins, rotating offerings. They also have a nice number of spices and other pantry items for very reasonable prices.
As an extra plus, take a few minutes to walk through Yoder's Farm and Garden Supply next door. It sells everything from plants to plumbing supplies, animal feed to garden flags. In the spring you can check out the chicks and ducklings as well. Be prepared for the kids to beg you for one of the playhouses strategically placed around the parking lot.
This restaurant has been located here for years serving amazing food. There was a time when outside management came in and tried to make a run of the restaurant, with limited success. I'm so glad it has returned to its original owners and recipes.
Be advised, they are not open on Sundays or for dinner. Breakfast 7:30-11; lunch 11-2
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