Discover the best restaurant in Dingmans Ferry, United States including WaterWheel Cafe Bakery Bar, Walpack Inn, Riviera Maya, Patisserie Fauchere, The Forklift Cafe, The Layton Country Store Cafe, Sunrise Appalachian Trail Deli, Village Diner, Pickerel inn, Layton Hotel Tavern
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4.5 based on 285 reviews
Situated on the Sawkill Creek, in Milford, PA the Waterwheel Café, Bakery & Bar was started in April of 1989 in a restored 19th century water-powered mill, which is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Originally built in the early 1800's this lively example of American history is now in action and its doors are open to the public. Water rushes over the three-story high water-wheel, driving a series of shafts, gears, pulleys and belts that once powered the stones & grain-milling equipment, all visible through the glass walls of the Café & Bar. Starting at first as a bakery & lunch café the Waterwheel has grown into a full scale restaurant, bakery and bar-serving breakfast & lunch daily with dinners being served Thursday, Friday & Saturday evenings. Waterwheel's customers are comfortable in a relaxed, casual atmosphere. The kitchen staff consistently prepares a fresh and flavorful eclectic menu that excites not only the palate, but the eye as well.
We've eaten at this restaurant before on several occasions. My husband and I love Vietnamese food and this place is the closest place to us (45 minutes) that serves it. My husband specifically requested that there be no coriander in his noodle dish. The waitress obviously heard him and seemed to note it on her pad, but the dish still came with it. He had to pick it all out of the dish. My Vietnamese sandwich should have been on French bread, not an ordinary hero. Also, it had none of the delightful Vietnamese spicing, and looked and tasted like an ordinary American hero. On the bright side, the macaroni salad and coffee were excellent....but that wasn't why we chose to eat there.
4 based on 198 reviews
We are a rustic country restaurant located in the heart of the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation area. Established in 1949
Visited Walpack Inn with friends. The setting for the restaurant is beautiful. The staff scatter corn outside by a huge picture window for the deer. When the deer come down from their hidings diners can watch them eating the corn. etc. I ordered Seafood Combo,...MoreThank you for the honest review, Dawn! We're glad you enjoyed the views! We're sorry about your baked potato. They are usually pretty good here; we don't wrap them in anything before baking them! Hopefully we can serve you another great meal soon!
4.5 based on 99 reviews
This little restaurant is a real gem. For almost 10 years we have passed by on Route 206 heading to or from our house in the Poconos. This year we finally decided to stop here, and wow! We been missing some truly fine and authentic Mexican food!
The restaurant is delightfully decorated, clean and comfortable. But you'll keep coming back to Riviera Maya for the food, which is authentic, fresh and amazing.
The tableside guacamole is definitely the way to start your meal (though an excellent margarita also works well). Fish tacos are delicious, Cochinita Pibil is outstanding and the enchiladas traditional and tasty, whether made with chicken or pork (those are the ones we've tried). Our 13 and 10 year olds love their meals here (burritos and tacos usually) and the Mexican soft drinks. The key is that the food is well prepared, subtly flavored and always fresh. Can't beat that.
You wouldn't expect to find the best Mexican food in NJ to be in a place like Branchville, but hey, having found it, we're stopping here every time we can from now on.
Just be aware that it seems that everyone in Branchville, and everyone who passes by on Route 206 knows about this place. So you may see a line at the door. Be patient, because good things will come your way if you wait ...
4.5 based on 96 reviews
The bakery has breads, pastries, desserts, hot drinks, cold drinks, soups, salads & sandwiches. I got a few things & had to run out before I bought more! I bought-croissant, walnut brownie, caramel filled brownie, cheesecake square, chicken salad sandwich, olive loaf & multigrain loaf. They were all delicious!
4.5 based on 76 reviews
There are very few restaurants in Dingman ferry and even fewer breakfast places. This place is perfect for breakfast in the area. Modern decor, great coffee, baked goods, and lots of other interesting breakfasty items. Definitely worth a morning visit.
4.5 based on 23 reviews
My husband and I stopped here on the way back from Peter's Valley. Seemed to be a nice place, the waitress was friendly. But then, I felt like I was in a bizarre Seinfeld experience. There was a mozzarella, red roasted pepper and eggplant sandwich on the menu. I asked if I could get the sandwich without the eggplant. The waitress stated "oh, you could, but he (meaning the chef/owner) is going to charge you more." I was like "huh? I'm taking the eggplant off" "Sorry, no he gets mad if you want to change anything on the menu" Ok, so just give me the eggplant. Then, when the bill came the waitress said "oh, and if you can, give the tip in cash" I didn't know if I had enough cash and the waitress said" oh, then you'll hear him screaming, he gets mad if you put the tip on the credit card and he'll take the card fee out of our tip" Ok, I did have some cash, but found this bizarre. Then when the bill came, I was charged $15.95 for a $5.95 appetizer. Maybe a mistake, but after everything else that happened, I'm not so sure. Luckily, I noticed and they took it off the bill. It was a shame because the food was good, which is why I'm giving it an average rating. Very strange.
5 based on 1 reviews
I had a breakfast sandwich, the eggs and meat tasted fresh, homemade, and had quality. It is hard to find quality food around here. I have also had subs and salads here, consistently Very Good. Bagels are more like bagels you find in the city. I'm very Happy to have found this place.
4.5 based on 319 reviews
We tried the Diner for breakfast two months ago and were disappointed so after saying we would not go back we decided to try it again this time for Lunch. It was like night and day. We had a Philly Cheese Steak and a Rubin Sandwich both were very good, fries that came with them were from frozen so nothing special. We had a soda and coffee milk shake which was made with fresh ice cream at the counter machine, nice to see a real milk shake. We really splurged and had pumpkin cheese cake and German chocolate cake with coffee, both were very good but again not made on site.
Our only issue the entire time we were at the diner was a gentlemen doing a little bit of everything I'm guessing manager or owner, set tables, bussed tables, sat customers down, ticket cash out at the register etc. to and including handling fork, knife rolling them up in a napkin for table service. Thus the problem he never washed his hands or wore gloves when handling the table wares. Also when our deserts came to us our server pulled forks from fresh wraps of wares by the pointed end with her fingers. Some serv-safe education is needed at the diner as I can only wonder what might be going on in the kitchen area if this was happening at the counter. Service other wise was very good on this rainy Sunday early afternoon.
4.5 based on 15 reviews
Full service gas station, with a small grocery store. Also they have a nice gun store with live bait and fishing supplies. Also there is no place around this place, and they don't jack their prices like other places that are the only game in town. If you want it, they probably have it. Friendly staff in both the grocery and gun shop.
4 based on 18 reviews
Layton Hotel is definitely a locals place serving decent Italian food. It appears to be more of a pizza restaurant but they do have some tempting specials on the weekends. Stopping there on a Saturday afternoon with friends for a quick bite and drinks was a pleasant experience. The bartender, Paige did a fine job serving up some tasty cocktails. She made a great tasting Long Island Iced Tea for my wife. To my surprise on the weekends they also have oysters on the half shell, they were ice cold and served up like you would see in a fine restaurant. We would not hesitate making a return trip in the future.
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