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DYNASTY BUFFET: CHINESE BUFFET IN GORHAM NH
Friday, September 14, 2012We were staying overnight in Gorham, NH at the Top Notch Inn. Not far from the Inn, was the DYNASTY BUFFET a Chinese Restaurant. I have to say it was a very good buffet. It even offered crab legs for Hansi. Also offered were soups - Wonton & Egg Drop, Salad Bar, Egg rolls and Spring Rolls, Boneless Spare Ribs, Fried Rice, Chow Mein, Sweet & Sour Chicken, Beef with Broccoli, Shrimp Dishes (also peel & Eat Shrimp) & much more plus a small dessert bar, including ice cream - all for $11.25.They also offer a Lunch Buffet for $6.50 and Sunday Buffet for Lunch $7.95 and Dinner $9.9510% off for Senior Citizens 60+ (dine-in only).Business Hours:Monday to Thursday 11:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.Friday & Saturday 11:00 a.m. to 10.00 p.m.Sunday 11:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Johnson's Seafood and Steak: Great sea food - fast service, inexpensive
We got the inside scoop on Johnson's from an antique dealer ... and he was sooo right. He told us there would be a big bunch of cars out front so we couldn't miss it, and he was right. We got seated quickly and enjoyed a great lunch,...fresh, and reasonably priced.I had a baked fish....excellent. My husband had fish and chips... and my son chose grilled chicken.They specialize in great ice cream. We were warned to choose a small cup and 2 spoons. Well, we agreed to try the peanut butter ice cream (my husband's favorite) and 3 spoons. The guys wished they each had their own serving.. naturally... but it was rich and tasty... and we really didn't need any more.Probably the best peanut butter ice cream I've eaten. Maybe another day... just ice cream...like about 4 different flavors maybe?
very fresh fish
The homestead restaurant
This family restaurant is located amidst the many outlet stores of North Conway. It's a nice and relaxing place to have lunch/dinner in combination with your shopping.The restaurant is situated in an old farmhouse and they serve grill and seafood.
Truanst's Tavern: Good food and fun place to visit
Truant's Taverne POB 413 N. Woodstock NH 03262 phone: 603-745-2239 website: www.truantstaverne.com Casual dining: lunch, dinner. Open daily at 11:30 a.m. Appetizers, unique sandwiches, fine dinners.
Woodstock Inn: always some brews if you look....
I was really looking forward to this place. We had done a great but tough hike and were just starved. We pulled up and saw this very fancy looking Inn and were nearly afraid to go in. We were still in our hiking gear and had not had a shower in two days. Quite simply, we looked a mess. After closer inspection, we noticed that while the upstairs dining area was indeed a bit formal, there was a pub area downstairs and this is where we headed. It was a boisterous place showing the Red Sox/Yankees playoff game and a great way to unwind from a great day of exploring nature. Another plus aside from the great service was free Internet so you can check your mail.
They have great brick oven pizzas and while you wait there is a huge barrel of peanuts that you can help yourself to as well. Very handy for starving hiker types. Though their house-brewed Autumn Ale was a bit over the top on the...
The Tilt'n Diner: My "all time" favorite place to eat!
Step back into the 50's and 60's to a diner with music & ambience to match and a menu with the food of the times. Such as meatloaf, shepard's pie and the good ole hamburger and fries. The breakfast is terrific!
Bernerhof: Swiss food
We were curious about the "German-Swiss" food that they advertised. And to our surprise they offered indeed some German/Swiss/Austrian dishes. We had original German beer (Paulaner), Wiener Schnitzel with red cabbage and Rösti (they were so nice to serve the Rösti instead of the Spätzle) for main course (not as good as you can get it in Germany/Switzerland/Austria but better than just ok) and delicious cake for dessert.The service was quick, attentive and competent (except that he gave me a lecture about beer which I found to be totally out of place).Later, back in Germany, I noticed there was an incident with the payment: They had charged my credit card twice. Once with tip and once without. Very weird. They noticed and corrected themselves a few days later.
Ben & Jerry's: Ice Cream!
It wasn't the day for ice cream - cloudy, a bit too cold - but we decided we had to try Ben & Jerry's at least once. Everyone raved about it, eh? We had waffle cones, cannot recall the exact flavour but I think it was chocolate for me. I found it to be a bit too sweet (tons of sugar in it I guess). Nothing to write home about but not bad either.
Stickney's at Mount Washington Hotel: casual dining with a view
The plan was to have lunch at that restaurant. We learned that many others had planned the same - so you better make a reservation in advance. The service was surprisingly slow. We had a waitress who spoke French and Spanish besides English, of course, but again no German ... she was quite funny and nice, so we didn't complain that she was really slow (probably had too many tables to wait). Anyway, we ordered a soup for each of us (clam chowder for me, very good), then had a chocolate cake for dessert. Yummy and beautifully presented! We used the vouchers for the check.
Woodstock Station is part of Woodstock Inn & Brewery. The restaurant is housed in a restored train depot. The interior is lovely and the atmosphere great. The food was okay. They serve typical American food like sandwiches, burgers, steak, pizza but also some mexican items. They have a huge menu. There is something for everyone. And of course you should try their own brewed beer.
We had the fresh meatloaf, which we thought was quite good.
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