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Thank God we live locally as our breakfast did not stay in our systems for long. Greasy breakfast, greasy windows, greasy tables... Thank goodness the restaurant is under contract and I wish the new owners luck in putting lipstick on this greasy pig.
Excellent Dutch Country cooking with some local specialities like corn pie and ground cherry pie. Friendly staff, always ready for you to strike up conversation. Personal attention to your order if you have special needs or wants. Relaxed atmosphere. Local color.
There were a group of ten of us, but there must have been an issue with the cooks. I waited 2 hours and 45 minutes for a hamburger and fries....which I never did receive. The waitress and cook came out 3 times to ask what...we ordered. Ridiculous. Finally walked out. Will never go back again.More
Mr. Martin (92 years of age) and her crew do make you feel at home. Very friendly, no rush and home style food. The brocoli soup and the peachpie are just great. No fine dining but real farm style fresh food. Great. Keep up the...good work ladies!! We can understand why some people might not like it here: time is not what they have. But if you have, go and experience the peace and have some laughter with the ladies. Really heart warming. And if you don't have time...make time and go with the flow here.More
The restaurant is right across from the historic Ephrata Cloisters. Very homey, old fashioned and a little bit outdated. The prices and food are good although my biscuits and gravy were cold. I didn't have the heart to bother the server. She looked flustered although...the place was empty.If you like hearty home cooking on a budget, give them a try.More
I have visited this location before for dinner, this time, I had breakfast. The blueberry pancakes were amazing and the side order of bacon was extremely plentiful, so much so I could not eat it all. Truly a home town type restaurant with lots of...locals stopping by!!More
Near the Cloister historic site in Ephrata is the Cloister Restaurant, an Amish-owned cafe whose breakfasts are memorable...sausage, fresh eggs, warmed stickey buns to die for and local specialities like feathery biscuits with sausage gravy. The cooks are Amish and you'll see them through the...swinging kitchen doors .More