The Appleseed is a nice country establishment in the small New Hampshire town of Bradford. The dining room is quaintly decorated with kitschy kitchen antiques and old license plates, even a small barrel with checkers the kids can play with. There is a small and simple salad bar, and the waitresses are smiling and the service sufficient.
The menu is somewhat reminiscent of what might be found in most diners with a mix of homemade and purchased (frozen) menu items, the most of the appetizers and some of the entrees rely on the deep fryer. The range of entree choices is moderate, some meats, seafood and sandwiches.
On this visit we had:
fried haddock sandwich with FF (7 /10)
Lake Todd Special (sirloin steak and fried Haddock dinner) (7/10)
Grilled turkey tenderloin dinner (7/10)
Hot Turkey Dinner (4/10) Very dry cornbread stuffing, deli sliced turkey on top, and package brown gravy, not turkey gravy, come on guys, this is New England here....
So if you are in the mood for the large portions, cozy country atmosphere, and friendly service.Leave your culinary pretentions at home and drop into the Appleseed.