The owner of the Red Rose Inn B&B told me about this restaurant and I drove past the building several times. It looks like a 3-story school and the restaurant is in the basement. I saw a lot of cars so I parked and walked around, figuring there had to be a restaurant there somewhere. It was worth the effort. The bread was incredible -- the loaf was split & drizzled with butter. I could have eaten the whole loaf myself... and almost did. The salad was just a salad -- for $6, nothing special but good. For an entree I ordered the "Chicken Cordon Bleu Crepes" ($16) which sound very European... but the waitress said it was a comfort food. It was... and it was very good. The crepes are served on a bed of shredded potatoes with a light cheese sauce over all. I've never had anything quite like it... almost reminded me of a chicken pot pie... except I don't like chicken pot pies and I liked this. The downside is that the whole dinner must have had well over 2,500 calories, but that was my fault for ordering it and eating so much bread. I'd do it again, too, if I lived in Bardstown. My waitress was very nice and a waiter saw I was interested in the architecture of the building so he pointed out many bourbon-esque antiques & memorabilia. The brick arches & old barrels make an interesting decor... and a delightful evening.
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