We were visiting Amish Country for 2 days, and we had Amish food/restaurant the other meals, so wanted to do something "nicer" for one meal. Found reviews for this restaurant on Trip advisor, so we decided to check it out, and am so glad we did. Their food is farm-to-table so everything was super fresh and so delicious. They have an extensive list of "small plates" which I especially enjoyed because I like variety in my meals. I ordered the beef tartare - which you have to be careful where you order since it's raw beef - and jim bim bop, which is a slight twist on the korean bi bim bop. SO DELICIOUS. The beef tartare was so fresh and perfectly seasoned. Just simple scallions, onions, pepper, salt... nothing to take away from the beef, and everything to enhance it. Absolutely delicious. The jim bim bop was REALLY good, too, especially the type of rice they used. My husband ordered the tomato sampler - since it's farm to table, the chef uses whatever is in season and it was heavy tomato season - and the gordita. Gordita was so good. Shredded pork, rice (same type as used in the jim bim bop), creme fresh, some salsa- type, all on tope of johnny cake. SO GOOD. We were absolutely STUFFED by the end but had to try to pumpkin spice creme brulee. I don't normally like creme brulee, but it sounded so good, we had to try it. Again, was not disappointed. To top it off, after eating enough to over stuff us, 2 glasses of wine, and beer, the entire bill came out to $80. $80!!! We're from NYC, so our version of what is "normal priced" is a little off, but $80 for all that was just absolutely shocking. Super fresh, delicious food with drinks... unbelievable. I will definitely visit again and will recommend to everyone.
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