We read the reviews here and wrote it down as a place to try. I didn't write the address as I figured I could always ask. When we got to our hotel, they didn't know of the place. We never saw an ad for it and no one we asked could tell us where it was. Luckily we drove past it on our last day and we were so glad that we stopped. A small buffet with plain decor, but excellent taste! Roasted chicken that was moist and constantly being replenished by staff. Even though they close at 6, I saw the cook filling up the buffet at 5:50 for the diners that were still eating. All the comfort food of the Pa Dutch, and a nice salad and dessert bar. Desserts weren't their strong point but that was ok because I was stufffed! And yes, as stated, it is run by Mennonite-Amish so the view of the kitchen was about 20 whisks and a zillion spoons and the old metal hand mixers you hand spin. Very clean, very casual, very tasty!