Whether experiencing Clyde's Willow Creek Farm as a great restaurant or a fabulous museum, try to pick a beautiful day to visit: glorious for eating outside or even snowy, chilly temperatures to enjoy the indoor coziness and extraordinary artifacts collected by the owner/restorer, John Laytham.
I chose a rather mundane food order: hamburger with cheese and avocado, that was cooked to my instructions but had little taste. The garlic fries were soggy, the garlic tasted fake, and was not worth the selection. The side salad was fresh but was only mixed greens with a couple of tiny tomato slices. My husband did enjoyed his crab cake selection very much along with corn, tomato and balsamic side salad. We split a peach crumble that was very good, even if there was too much sugar in the crumble itself.
The wait staff and management were the highlight of our first visit to this restaurant. Friendly, attentive, timely, everything one could ask in personable and delightful staff.
I'm sure we'll try Clyde's WCF again and I'll try to find something a bit more interesting to eat and hope that my selection as well will be of greater interest.
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