Amish Restaurants – Pennsylvania

PA Dutch-style eating in Pennsylvania

PA Amish RestaurantsAmish Country is not the place to go if you’re on a diet.  But if you’re looking for savory, filling, “homestyle” meals, Amish and Pennsylvania Dutch-style restaurants may be just the ticket.  The Lancaster County area is full of dining choices for the hungry, though PA Dutch and Amish-themed eateries can be found elsewhere in the state, including Central PA and the Philadelphia area.
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Amish-style Restaurants in Pennsylvania

Hometown Kitchen
18 Furnace Road
Quarryville, PA
717 806 5188
Amish style restaurant located in the heart of Lancaster County. Hometown Kitchen offers delicious Pennsylvania Dutch style food, prepared by Amish cooks.

Oregon Dairy Country Restaurant & Buffet
2900 Oregon Pike
Lititz, PA
717 661-6804
Restaurant, bakery, supermarket and gift shop in one place. Specializes in traditional Pennsylvania Dutch meals along with contemporary cuisine.

Good ‘N Plenty Restaurant
150 East Brook Road
Smoketown, PA
717 394 7111
Family owned and operated business since 1969. They serve traditional Lancaster County home style meals. Restaurant features family style dining menu, bake shop, gift shop and takeout program.

Yoder’s Restaurant & Buffet
14 South Tower Road
New Holland, PA
717 354 4748
Breakfast, lunch and diner buffet with Lancaster County style food. Restaurant located at Yoder’s Country Market which also features a gift shop, bakery with Amish style home baked goods, grocery, dairy and flowers.

Lititz Family Cupboard Restaurant & Buffet
12 West Newport Road
Lititz, PA
717 626-9102
Family owned and operated business since 2001. Owner’s mother grew up in Amish Mennonite home, where food happened to be an important part of family life. Today, Family Cupboard Restaurant and Buffet offers “mom’s kitchen” style food along with American cuisine.

Miller’s Smorgasbord
2811 Lincoln Highway East
Ronks, PA
Offers PA Dutch style foods such as Lancaster County chicken corn soup, bacon and pan-fried scrapple, creamed chipped dry beef and much more.

1899 Olde Mill Restaurant
9 Queen Road
Intercourse, PA
717 768 3636
Restaurant offers an extensive choice of meals from a traditional Lancaster menu to low-carb items. Amish and Mennonite style food include Amish breakfasts, homemade meatloaf covered with beef gravy, Shoo-fly pie, apple dumplings or hot apple fritters with ice cream.

Bird-in-Hand Family Restaurant & Smorgasbord
2760 Old Philadelphia Pike, PO. Box 402,
Bird-in-Hand, PA
717 768-1550
Family owned business, serving traditional PA Dutch food for over 35 years.

Hershey Farm Restaurant & Inn
240 Hartman Bridge Road
Ronks, PA
717 687 8635
Offers PA Dutch and Amish style dining including ham balls, Amish stuffing, homemade mashed potatoes, hand rolled soft pretzels, whoopie pies, soft baked cookies, fresh pies, cakes and more.

Dienner’s Country Restaurant
2855 Lincoln Hwy East
Ronks, PA
717 687 9571
PA Dutch homestyle cooking. Mennonite-owned and operated.

Shady Maple Smorgasbord
129 Toddy Drive
East Earl, PA
717 354 8222
Lancaster County’s largest all-you-can-eat smorgasbord serving traditional Pennsylvania Dutch meals. Daily specials include chicken pot pie, Schnitz & Knep dinner specials, carved ham, beef brisket and more.

Plain & Fancy
3121 Old Philadelphia Pike
Bird-in-Hand, PA
800 669 3568
Plain and Fancy restaurant features original Amish-style cooking using products grown on Amish farms. Traditional PA Dutch style food such as chow chow, pepper cabbage, bakery-fresh raisin bread, potato rolls, chicken pot pie with homemade noodles, mashed potatoes with gravy, Amish style desserts and much more available.

Deitsch Eck Restaurant
87 Penn St, Box 181
Lenhartsville, PA
Family-operated restaurant specializing in PA Dutch style food. Rotating PA Dutch specials available on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays (chicken pot pie, shepherd’s pie, turkey shepherd’s pie, ham and string beans, corn pie, ham & cabbage, pork and sauerkraut, pig stomach, chicken and waffles).

White Horse Luncheonette
5560 Old Philadelphia Pike
Gap, PA
717 768 8566
Carries Lancaster Country style and traditional American food.

Country Table
740 East Main Street
Mount Joy, PA
717 653 4745
Restaurant, bake shoppe and deli in one place. Offers Amish style cooking along with traditional American cuisine.

Dutch Haven
2857A Lincoln Highway E.
Ronks, PA
717 687 0111
Known for its Amish style Shoofly Pie.

Katie’s Kitchen
200 Hartman Bridge Road
Ronks, PA
717 687 5333
Katie’s Kitchen is an Amish family-owned and operated restaurant, serving traditional Pennsylvanian Dutch meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Their specials include creamed beef over toast, homemade crabcake, Amish wedding meals, homemade chicken pot pie, pork and sauerkraut dinner and much more. In addition Katie’s offers homemade Amish style desserts and soft-serve ice cream.

Jakey’s Amish Barbeque
2857A Lincoln Hwy E
Ronks, PA
717 687 7009
Restaurant located in the heart of Amish Country, offering pit-cooked barbecue.

The Kling House Restaurant
Route 340
P. O. Box 380
Intercourse, PA
Restaurant located in Kitchen Kettle Village, one of the main tourist destinations in Lancaster’s Amish Country. Offers an extensive choice of Pennsylvanian Dutch style dishes. Serving breakfast and lunch.

Cafe 24 Hundred
2400 Willow Street Pike
Lancaster, PA
717 464 2711
Restaurant located in Doubletree Resort at Willow Valley in Lancaster, PA. They offer a variety of foods including traditional PA Dutch style dining.

Heisey’s Diner
1740 Pennsylvania 72
Lebanon, PA
717 272 0891‎
This is a family owned business, first open over 40 years ago. Specializes in PA Dutch style home-cooked food for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Country Cupboard
101 Hafer Road
Lewisburg, PA
570 523 3211‎
The Country Cupboard complex features gift shops, Country Inn and Suites and country style restaurant, where you can find traditional Lancaster County cuisine as well as contemporary American meals.

Park Place Diner & Restaurant
2270 North Reading Road
Denver, PA
717 336-2210‎
Specializes in PA Dutch, Italian, and Greek style meals.

Dutch Pantry Family Restaurant
14680 Clearfield Shawville Hwy
Clearfield, PA
814 765-2137
PA Dutch style home-cooked meals including baked half chicken, homemade ham loaf, mashed potatoes and gravy, seasoned green beans, fresh golden corn, warm dinner rolls and more.

Booth’s Corner Farmers Market
1362 Naamans Creek Road
Garnet Valley, PA
610 485-0775‎
Booth’s Corner Farmers Market features many Amish homemade goods, crafts and foods. For PA Dutch style meals try Rebecca’s Dutch Kitchen;  another eatery is Billy’s Tasty Pretzels and Wraps. Dishes prepared both by Amish and non-Amish cooks.

Dutch Eating Place
51 North 12th Street
Philadelphia, PA
215 922-0425‎
Amish owned place, located at Reading Terminal Market in Philadelphia. Amish style cooking such as mashed potatoes, fresh cut fries and homemade soups.

The Grill @ Smucker’s 
51 North 12th Street
Philadelphia, PA
Amish owned and operated eatery in Reading Terminal Market, downtown Philadelphia. Offers grilled sandwiches, fries, breakfast options as well.

Dutch Haven Restaurant
201 East Bald Eagle Street
Lock Haven, PA
570 748 7444‎
Family restaurant, specializes in PA Dutch cuisine. Some of the dishes include crab bisque soup, potato pancakes, chicken salads, pork schnitzel, hand cut steaks, and prime rib.

Dutch Treat Restaurant
339 Main Street
Spartansburg, PA
814 654 7228
Amish style homemade meals and desserts including a broad choice of pies.

Cloister Restaurant
607 W Main St
Ephrata, PA
Traditional Pennsylvania Dutch dining (breakfasts, lunches, dinners, desserts).

Note to PA residents: Please double-check business hours of Amish restaurants listed here. Business locations and availability can change. Amish-owned businesses will always be closed on Sundays; non-Amish restaurants may be open. Not responsible for changes to the above information.

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    1. chicken corn soup

      Chicken corn soup from what I know is a old Pennsylvania Dutch soup my family has been making it for years and is very tasty as is everything made by the Amish, everything they use is natural no margerin for them butter is the best and u can definitely taste it in their cooking nothing fake for the AMISH.

    2. Amish food is more healthier

      I really like Amish food as they use more veggies and fresh meet from the farms!. Everything ia homemade orginal and not processed food! Thats why is best!