We came here almost every morning for coffee and their delicious quiche. This is a quaint place to eat for breakfast.
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Several friends got together at The Wilderness Club at Big Cedar and made reservations at the Worman House, built in 1921. We thoroughly enjoyed the atmosphere, the service, and the range of food choices. Food preparation was perfect and presentation was lovely. Brunch items were...More
Food was pretty good. Slightly upscale. Nice view out the window. Relaxing bar next door. I might eat here again someday, but I prefer the Buzzard Bar or Osage Restaurant.
This restuarant used to be a dwelling and was owned by Mr. Worman who was involved in the railroad. It is located on the propery of Big Cedar Lodge. We have eaten there many times and really enjoyed it. It also has a great Table...More
Very sad to learn the Worman House is no open regular hours to Big Cedar guests. Now reserved for just catered or prearranged large events.
Similar to another reviewer @ a property restaurant, I got ONLY greens with the salad - nothing more and was told the same thing the other Osage reviewer reported her server said, "it was cut up small". How lame! Service was mediocre at best and...More