Yoder's Deitsch Haus Restaurant & Bakery is a favorite middle Georgia meeting place and lunch destination for our family with branches living in Atlanta, Macon, and Albany. Arrive hungry because this Southern style cafeteria will have you completely filled after eating their various offerings. My favorite entrees are the shredded ham with pineapple and the fried chicken. The vegetables are fresh and good. Most of the food likely is grown on the surrounding Amish/Mennonite farms. The salad bar is just mediocre and could be improved. Since a bakery is housed in the building, the various pies are especially tempting and hard to pass up. Shoefly pie, with its cane molasses base, might be an acquired taste but a rare find and worth having for the adventurous diner. Folks know about this out of the way restaurant because there seems to always be a crowd there. Word of mouth likely has given it a deserved very good reputation for this type of dining. It is definitely worth the extra drive!
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