We ate here in 2009 and once again we were not disappointed. We had forgotten however how large the portions were until we saw plates of food arriving at neighboring tables. My wife ordered the fried chicken for just under $9.00 and asked the Amish waitress if we could split this. Certainly she said, and brought an spare plate. Three large pieces of chicken, real mashed potatoes, and the wonderful sweet corn they have in this area, completed our dinner. The chicken is equivalent to anything we have ever had, even in the deep southern states. We suspect it is probably soaked in buttermilk. Following this, we all ordered one of the many pie selections.
This is not a fancy place, and tables are close together. That is just fine as everyone seems to visit with their neighbors.