If you find yourself in the heart of Kansas along state highway 96 do yourself a favor and stop in at Carriage Crossing. This restaurant is owned and operated by the Amish community at Yoder, KS. The ambiance is spare and utilitarian - about what you'd expect to find in an Amish community. The food is classic midwestern comfort food. The service is friendly and accommodating.
I visit family in Kansas with some frequency. I always make it a point to have a meal at Carriage Crossing. On my most recent trip I stopped in for a late breakfast. I had sausage, eggs, hash browns and shared a large cinnamon roll with others in our party. Carriage Crossing's cinnamon rolls are made for men who work at hard labor on Amish farms. They are 8" in diameter, smothered with butter frosting, and DELICIOUS!
Eggs are eggs and the hash browns were unremarkable, but the sausage was homemade and very well seasoned. I didn't have pie on this occasion, but homemade pie is always available and always exceptional.
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