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overnight guests and walk-up visitors, not to mention many local “regulars,” to dine on a menu replete with traditional Amish and Mennonite recipes. Employing a staff of both Amish and English (both in the kitchen and in the dining room) this restaurant encapsulates the culture of PA Dutch Country. While typical Lancaster dishes are local favorites, modern American cuisine is also expertly prepared and served. Among my

go-to's are the Chicken Croquettes (like a chicken hush puppy) over mashed potatoes, covered with chicken gravy. And, there’s the Old Fashioned Ham Steak, a locally butchered smoked ham steak, grilled and served with pineapple garnish. But for a more mainstream American taste, I can personally suggest that you try the Village Burger, a tasty L-T-O burger with cheese. From a table for two to a family affair, the small town atmosphere at Olde

Where the Amish Are Our Neighbors.

Flory’s

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Mill is perfect for a casual, cozy, and relaxing dining experience. The restaurant is open every day for Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner Monday through Saturday, and Breakfast and Lunch only on Sundays. Located at 9 Queen Rd., Intercourse, it is easily accessible off Route 772, heading east out of town. Call (800) 717-6202 for information or visit www.amishcountryinns.com/restaurant.

Amish Country News October 2015  

Annual Dining Themed issue, plus many other ways to enjoy Amish Country.

Amish Country News October 2015  

Annual Dining Themed issue, plus many other ways to enjoy Amish Country.