I have been going to the Country Squire since I was a child, off and on through the years. I have had a couple of occasions to eat lunch there in 2013, and although the inside is just as enchanting & maze like as I remember it, the food doesn't seem as good. It used to be highly regarded for fine dining and special occasions in my family. It was the first place I ever had a bacon wrapped steak called Hawaiian style. Although I haven't had dinner there recently, I'm guessing by the menu and by talking with friends and family that it might have lost steam in that area in more recent years and through ownership changes.
To be fair though, I'll try to limit my comments to my own experiences. First let me say that I've had great & friendly service. Once, when I asked for malt vinegar for my fries, the owner brought out her own special stash to share with me. We usually have at least a party of 6-8 for lunch, and the waitresses help each other with our table, making things run smoothly. We've only had a few hiccups where something was delivered to the table in error.
The marinated turkey is very popular, and with good reason. It is very tasty and moist. My sirloin tips were also pretty good. The salads are ok, not great. One person at our table got the Asian/Korean beef and was not too impressed.
I am really rooting for the Country Squire to make it, and start serving the type of food they were known for at one time. I will continue to support it whenever I can.
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