We are new to the Chambersburg area and drove past the Copper Kettle on our way home from another restaurant in the area. We love the fact that this isn't a "Chain" restaurant. Every once in a while, it is good to try a place where you don't know what to expect. We loved the feel of dining in a historic home. The food (my husband and I both had the Prime Rib) was delicious. We also had the roumaki appetizer and the scallops were plump, delicious, and perfectly cooked. And for dessert? A Lemon/Walnut torte! We were only slightly disappointed that the baking wasn't done on the premisis... then I could have gotten a recipie! Though I was a little worried because the Dessert Tray thing can seem dated, the selection we chose was so amazing and we may not have tried it if we didn't see it first. We will be back!