Lancaster Restaurants

  • Restaurants
    by jorgejuansanchez
  • Annie Bailey's at Night
    Annie Bailey's at Night
    by marca
  • Section Of Dining Hall
    Section Of Dining Hall
    by Mikebb

Most Recent Restaurants in Lancaster

  • jorgejuansanchez's Profile Photo

    The Family Cupboard: XVI century German dish

    by jorgejuansanchez Written Aug 30, 2014

    There are several restaurants along the route 340. I chose The Family Cupboard, located between Intercourse and Bird-in-Hand. There is a buffet for just 10 US Dollars and you can eat as much as you want. Coffee is included in the price, but alcohol is prohibited.
    I preferred to taste something genuinely Amish and ordered a German dish from the XVI century consisting on chicken with potatoes and some vegetables (I use to be vegetarian but that day I made an exception). All the ingredients are pure and homemade.
    The restaurant is a very religious place, and some customers, before eating, pray thanking God for the food. It is closed on Sundays.
    I can’t say that I had an exquisite culinary experience. No, although the food was decent and correct. But the experience was the place.

    Look at the picture; it is me having the old German dish. In the tablecloth (well, table-paper) there are instructions about what to say before starting your meal.

    Favorite Dish: Chicken with potatoes and some vegetables.

    Address: Along the route 340

    Directions: Between Intercourse and Bird-in-Hand.

    Website: http://www.familycupboard.com

    Related to:
    • Budget Travel
    • Adventure Travel
    • Backpacking

    Was this review helpful?

    Add to your Trip Planner
  • Wanderer001's Profile Photo

    Sonic: If you are just looking for a fast meal

    by Wanderer001 Written Jun 10, 2013

    It's fast food so you have an idea of what you are getting. I don't have one of these by me but always wanted to try them out. The food was better then some of the fast food standers you may be used to.

    The place where Sonics excels is there drink options. So many to pick from you can get a little over whelmed. Don't worry try as many as you can.

    Last bit I will say if you have never been to a Sonics before there is no going inside to order. You either use one of the car hop "bays" or order outside from the board and they bring it to you. Both cash and credit care taken.

    Favorite Dish: Tots over fries. It is not just harking back to your days of elementary school, these tots are awesome. We tried both the fries and the tots are first time here and the fries were a disappointment. They were soft, limp, and to me could have used more time in the fryer. The tots on the other hand were crisp hot and soft in the middle just like you remember.

    Address: 2223 Lincoln Hwy E Lancaster, PA 17602

    Phone: (717) 735-3991

    Website: http://www.sonicdrivein.com/

    Related to:
    • Family Travel
    • Budget Travel

    Was this review helpful?

    Add to your Trip Planner
  • Wanderer001's Profile Photo

    Good ' Plenty Restaurant & Bakery: Name says it all

    by Wanderer001 Updated Jun 10, 2013

    Another of the well know and busy places to eat in Lancaster. Here you have two options for dinning. Traditional menu style and family style. Family style is some what similar to an all you can eat option but with a twist. Large family size portions of food are brought to your table and everyone at the table shares these plates.

    We had a traditional menu dining experience here being that it was only the two of us and it was late. The food was price correctly for the size of the portions that you get. I liked it very much. I had the pulled pork sandwich.

    Favorite Dish: I would have to say my favorite dish was the bread you get before your meal. You have two different spreads that you can use on them fresh apple butter or fresh butter.

    Website: http://www.goodnplenty.com/

    Related to:
    • Family Travel

    Was this review helpful?

    Add to your Trip Planner
  • Wanderer001's Profile Photo

    Bird-in-Hand: Odd name good food

    by Wanderer001 Updated Jun 10, 2013

    One of the two well know places to eat in Lancaster, also a popular place to eat. If you go close to any major time to eat you may have to wait a little before being seated. Don't let this discourage you can pass the time by looking through the gift shop or going down stairs to the bakery.

    Bird in hand offers two types of dinning. Traditional menu style and and all you can eat option. We tried the all you can eat variety. The price is what you would expect for an all you can eat option. There were plenty of food options to fit just about anyones tastes.

    Pro tip if you have a sweet tooth like I do grab yourself a soup bowl for your ice cream. It just makes life much simpler.

    Address: 2760 Old Philadelphia Pike Bird-in-Hand, PA 17505

    Phone: 717-768-1550

    Website: http://www.bird-in-hand.com/places-to-eat/bird-in-hand-family-restaurant-smorgasbord/

    Related to:
    • Family Travel
    • Road Trip

    Was this review helpful?

    Add to your Trip Planner
  • Easty's Profile Photo

    Plain and Fancy Restaurant: Plain and Fancy Restaurant

    by Easty Updated Apr 4, 2011

    2.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    The Plain and Fancy Restaurant was a unique experience. The food was served family style (Food was put on big plates and passed around the table). It featured local Amish style cooking. The food was great. But, it was limited with selection. The drink selection was limited as well. As a side note, the only time I was here was for a VT Meeting. It was a great place for a larger gathering.

    Address: Philadelphia Pike in Bird-In-Hand

    Directions: The Plain and Fancy Farm is located on PA Route 340 between Bird-In-Hand and Intercourse.

    Phone: 1-800-669-3568

    Plain & Fancy Restaurant (VT Members Shown Here)

    Was this review helpful?

    Add to your Trip Planner
  • Knight_Kadosh's Profile Photo

    Mt Gretna HIDE-A-WAY CAFE: Nice outside deck in the forest of Mt. Gretna

    by Knight_Kadosh Updated Apr 4, 2011

    3.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    A very nice place to eat dinner while enjoying the ambience of their outside deck. It does get crowed, so plan to arrive early if you want to sit outside, Inside-Outside Dining & Bars
    Open for Lunch & Dinner
    Tuesday thru Sunday, Scenic Outdoor Deck

    Near to Lancaster – Lebanon County line

    Favorite Dish: From soup to sandwiches, especially the Steak and seafood, any!

    Address: Mt. Gretna Boulevard, Mt. Gretna, PA 17064,

    Directions: Take Pennsylvania Turnpike to Exit 266 formerly Exit 20)(Lancaster/Lebanon). Turn left onto Rt. 72 North. Proceed 2 miles to Mt. Gretna/RT 117 exit. Descend ramp to stop sign and turn left onto Rt. 117 North. Proceed 2.4 miles to Mt. Gretna.

    Phone: 717.964.3170

    Mt Gretna HIDE-A-WAY CAFE

    Was this review helpful?

    Add to your Trip Planner
  • Dienners Restaurant: Authentic Pa Dutch Buffet

    by init Updated Apr 19, 2009

    You'll find real Pa Dutch homemade cooking here either via their small buffet or by regular menu. This mennonite family has provided a warm, homey environment in which to enjoy their made from scratch foods. They serve buffet style for all 3 meals and dinner buffet is $9.75 weeknights and $10.75 on Fri and Sat. Be early Sat as they close at 6pm. Tourists will enjoy real chicken pot pie with their own made noodles as well as roasted chicken, filling, beets and brown butter noodles. Homemade broccoli salad and coleslaw make the salad bar a must. Desserts include pumpkin torte, egg custard, carrot cake, ice cream, pies, puddings and their signature chocolate applesauce cake. You'll enjoy a delightful meal for a very reasonable price. They are located along rte 30 in Ronks in a complex of shops with an old dutch windmill next door.

    Favorite Dish: I have enjoyed everything on the buffet with the roasted chicken being my fav, although the pot roast, fried fish and ham are tasty too.

    Address: 2855 lincoln hwy E, (rt 30) ronks pa

    Directions: Rt 30 East of the outlets and Lancaster. Located on the left just past Millers Restaurant and in a complex with The Outhouse, Jake's BBQ and a Pa Dutch Shoo Fly Shop with an old dutch windmill.

    Phone: 717-687-9571

    Website: http://www.dienners.com

    Related to:
    • Food and Dining
    • Religious Travel
    • Seniors

    Was this review helpful?

    Add to your Trip Planner
  • marca's Profile Photo

    Annie Bailey's Irish Pub: More than an Irish Pub

    by marca Written Apr 15, 2009

    Walking in to Annie's I was surprised at how large a restaurant it is. They also have a patio for dining at the rear when the weather is nice.

    Favorite Dish: I recommend for an appetizer the Crab and Spinach dip served with 12 grain crackers and pita. They have a large beer selection. I chose an Amber lager from Harrisburg which I was told is on their rotating draft beer list.

    Address: 28-30 East King Street

    Directions: Just one block from Penn Square.

    Phone: 717-393-4000

    Annie Bailey's at Night
    Related to:
    • Beer Tasting
    • Business Travel
    • Road Trip

    Was this review helpful?

    Add to your Trip Planner
  • RheaM's Profile Photo

    Molly's Pub: A cool local hangout!

    by RheaM Written Jan 4, 2009

    Molly's is an awesome pub located in downtown Lancaster, PA. We went their with some friends who are locals and had a great time. It has an Irish theme with vintage Guinness posters and nick knacks. It was PACKED when we went because it was Saint Patty's Day and the crowd was really into it. Green head to toe was a normal sight that day. We got lucky and got a table upstairs.

    Favorite Dish: The food there is pretty tasty. We all enjoyed our entrees, I had a yummy Caesar salad and REALLY enjoyed the fish chips that my husband ordered. I am sure everything on the menu is great!

    Address: 253 E Chestnut St Lancaster, PA 17602

    Phone: (717) 396-0225

    Related to:
    • Food and Dining
    • Wine Tasting
    • Beer Tasting

    Was this review helpful?

    Add to your Trip Planner
  • mmyerspa's Profile Photo

    Isaac's Deli: Creative, fresh sandwiches

    by mmyerspa Written Oct 12, 2008

    2.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    Their sandwiches are creative, including interesting ingredients such as cole slaw, Isaac's special sauce, and soft pretzels instead of bread. Yummy soups. Endless drinks including pink lemonade. You get pickled veggies as an appetizer (kindof like other restaurants would bring bread to the table...they bring pickled veggies).

    I eat here every chance I get.

    The idea and food are still fresh after 25 years in business.

    All of the sandwiches are named after birds, and the restaurants have an interesting interior (pink flamingos and neon are part of the motif).

    Favorite Dish: Rainbow Parrot: Corned beef on pumpernickel with melted Muenster cheese, crunchy cole slaw and fresh onions, tomatoes and lettuce, all topped with Thousand Island dressing.

    Address: Lancaster and surrounding counties

    Website: http://www.isaacsdeli.com

    Related to:
    • Family Travel

    Was this review helpful?

    Add to your Trip Planner
  • Mikebb's Profile Photo

    Plain & Fancy Farm: Amish Farm Feast

    by Mikebb Written Jul 14, 2008

    3.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    Our group attended the Amish Farm Feast which is held in a huge dining hall on the Plain & Fancy Farm. Seating was on benches with huge timber tables which were laden with large platters of food, meats, vegetables, salads, breads and soft drinks.

    Seated alongside our group were 80 school children, most likely 12 years of age and totally hyped up. The evening became unbearable and our tour director approached management and requested that we be moved or the children be moved. Request rejected and we quickly finished our meal and moved out.

    Favorite Dish: It was not a good evening!

    Directions: Route 340 . Mid way between Bird-In-Hand and Intercourse.

    Phone: 717 768 4400

    Website: http://www.SpendTheDay.com

    Section Of Dining Hall
    Related to:
    • Seniors
    • Budget Travel
    • Family Travel

    Was this review helpful?

    Add to your Trip Planner
  • Hershey Farms Restaurant: Real Home Cooking

    by cherylrf Written Aug 2, 2007

    2.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    Hershey Farm Restaurant has recently gone through some remodeling and renovation. The food is "wonderful good" as the locals say. Real mashed potatoes, buttered noodles, ham balls, peel and eat shrimp, filling (stuffing), fresh corn on the cob, fried chicken that is out of this world, chicken corn soup, potato soup, mushroom soup, a salad bar with about 15 - 25 items, home made breads and pies and cakes and whoopie pies, fresh fruit and many more items that are too numerous to mention. Service is very good and friendly too. We visited on a Friday evening (we normally stay away during tourist season and especially weekends but had out of town company) and the wait was not too bad.
    The gift shop has been revamped also.

    Address: Rt 896, Strasburg

    Phone: 8008278635

    Website: http://www.hersheyfarm.com

    Related to:
    • Family Travel
    • Seniors
    • Disabilities

    Was this review helpful?

    Add to your Trip Planner
  • VeronicaG's Profile Photo

    Good N' Plenty Restaurant: Authentic Pennsylvania Dutch Restaurant

    by VeronicaG Updated May 7, 2007

    3.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    Good N'plenty offers just what it says...good food and plenty of it!

    Here's how it works. After you pre-pay for your meal, you'll be ushered to a large table where you'll be experiencing Pennsylvania Dutch cuisine 'family style'. All this means, is that you'll be sharing your meal with other families and the entrees and side dishes are meant to be passed to everyone at your table.

    Hearty fare is served: baked country ham, baked country sausage, crispy fried chicken, pork and saurkraut, pepper cabbage, several vegetables, chow chow (a relish), homemade bread and Shoo Fly pie along with other desserts. You do not leave hungry!

    The restaurant is in an old restored Dutch farmhouse with gift shop (picture 2)and bakery included. Take home the shoo-fly pie---a marvelous dessert made with molasses.

    Good n' Plenty is closed on Sundays, also some of December and January. UPDATE:The cost is $17.75 for adults and $8.75 for kids 4-12. Hours are 11:30 a.m.-8:00 p.m.

    (photos courtesy of Good n Plenty restaurant)

    Favorite Dish: Shoo-fly pie--hands down!!

    Address: Rte. 896 Smoketown, Pennsylvania

    Directions: Near the Lancaster area: Take Rt. 340 which is the Old Philadelphia Pike, then Eastbrook Rd. (Rt. 896) 1/2 mile and on the rt.

    Phone: 717-394-7111

    Family style cooking.... Pennsylvania Dutch Gifts/Souvenirs
    Related to:
    • Seniors
    • Singles
    • Family Travel

    Was this review helpful?

    Add to your Trip Planner
  • mmyerspa's Profile Photo

    Piero's in Akron: Excellent Italian

    by mmyerspa Updated Mar 27, 2007

    2 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    This was our favorite restaurant when we lived in the area. High quality Italian food for a fair price. It is on 272 in Akron - maybe 10 miles north of Lancaster. Entrees, sandwiches, and desserts. Casual

    Yum!

    Favorite Dish: Sandwiches

    Address: Route 272 in Akron

    Directions: Can't miss it if you're on 272 North outside of Lancaster. It's on the right before you go over the big hill in Akron.

    Related to:
    • Budget Travel
    • Family Travel

    Was this review helpful?

    Add to your Trip Planner
  • ringleader's Profile Photo

    Willow Valley Resort and Conference Center: Three Choices in One Location

    by ringleader Written Sep 11, 2006

    3.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    There are three choices: fancy, middle-of-the-road, and family.

    The Terrace Restaurant (photo) has the most elegant atmosphere, complete with linen cloths and napkins. It is also the most expensive.

    The most reasonable is the family restaurant, where we have eaten twice with friends from New York City. The grounds outside the restaurant are lovely, with a pond (including ducks), a water fountain, a walking path with benches and a covered-bridge. You can see this view from the restaurant's second-floor large picture-windows (request a window seat!)

    Check out their golf-course and other accommodations as well.

    Favorite Dish: The lunch smorgasboard includes slow-roasted beef, chicken, fish, bread stuffing, mashed potatoes, green beans, corn, pork loin, and many other items including local specialties. (Don't miss the shoo-fly-pie at the desser bar!) The salad bar is also quite extensive and is avaliable alone for $6.99. The entire lunch buffet is $13 which includes the salad bar.

    The dinner smorgasboard includes many Pennsylvania-Dutch specialties. Their smorgasboards are award-winning. There is also menu dining and Lancaster's best Sunday brunch.

    Ask at the desk about their three restaurant choices and how to get there. You'll save yourself a lot of time locating the one of your choice.

    Address: Willow Valley Street (Rt. 272)

    Directions: From Lancaster City it is about 3 miles, head south on 222 which connects to 272 south. The Resort will be on your right-hand side.

    Phone: 717-464-2711

    Website: http://www.willowvalley.com

    Related to:
    • Golf
    • Family Travel
    • Spa and Resort

    Was this review helpful?

    Add to your Trip Planner

Instant Answers: Lancaster

Get an instant answer from local experts and frequent travelers

29 travelers online now

Comments

Lancaster Restaurants

Reviews and photos of Lancaster restaurants posted by real travelers and locals. The best tips for Lancaster sightseeing.

View all Lancaster hotels