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“Fabulous British Meal (yes!) with local Michigan ingredients”
Review of Pleasant House Bakery II - CLOSED

Pleasant House Bakery II
Cuisines: British
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Reviewed July 16, 2014

British food is not always been known to be yummy, but the British-inspired Pleasant House food was outstanding. Mushroom and Kale pie was excellent, peas with mint a wonderful side dish and a terrific rhubarb trifle for dessert-- even the peach sangria (made with Michigan peaches) was great! They use mostly local ingredients and everything tasted fresh and flavorful. It was a darling location that could have been a pricey, trendy city pub but was a reasonably priced place out in the country. Our dinner for 3 including drinks we would expect to pay for one in an equally good Chicago restaurant! Well worth a scenic drive from St. Jo!

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2  Thank jini1
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Reviewed June 21, 2014

This place is a pure delight in Three Oaks - modern and fresh and a bit British what more could you love - oh that's right there fabulous pies - I had the pork pie delish and the beer as fab too brewed on premises if I hadn't have been driving I certainly would have sampled a few more
Well worth a visit, well worth a detour too as well
A must go

Thank Karen C
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Reviewed June 9, 2014

We've eaten here twice and enjoyed the beer and the entrees: steak & ale pie, mushroom & kale pie, bangers and mash, pear and blue cheese salad. All quite tasty.
Be aware that sides, including gravy, coriander chutney, mashed potatoes and peas, cost extra. And the salad was $6. While I loved the orange-balsamic vinaigrette, it was a very small portion.
I'd also suggest skipping the desserts (again, small portions and pricey) and heading next door to the ice cream shop if you want a sweet.
Also, they seem to run out of items quite often, which is why I gave them an average instead of very good rating. Still, we'll go back because it is very good and different.

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2  Thank clsbend
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Reviewed May 21, 2014

Fun place, good service, excellent beer on tap. Definitely should try a taster flight, which gives you a nice size sample of everything currently available from light to dark. Really enjoyed this place for the food also. The pies are delicious, especially the kale and mushroom pie in a white wine parmesan cream sauce. Not heavy, very tasty. Highly recommended.

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Thank thevinoman
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Reviewed April 12, 2014

Great little joint that Big on taste. Royal Pies & cookies are one of a kind goodness. Amazing flavor and pastry. Just 4 selections of beer but all tasty. They use Cornelius Kegging system which is pretty cool in my book. Can't wait to return to Three Oaks!

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1  Thank fitz49525
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