West Grove in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Takeout. Discover best restaurants in West Grove with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 176 reviews
Four friends, officers of a food and wine club, were visiting to check out the food as a possible destination for our club, it is a drive but it is worth it. We shared everything that the server suggested. A mushroom soup that was heavenly. Made with an assortment of mushrooms from a mushroom farm right down the road. We were is the mushroom world and did not know. We were slightly disappointed in the cheese board, the presentation was lovely but the cheeses were rather pedestrian. I think we have had a lot of cheese boards and the cheese selections were better, but the honey was delish as were the toasts and the dried fruit and candied nuts. We also were steered to the Portobello fries, thank you Rose. Never had anything like them and I want to have them every day, I wish we lived closer. They were succulent, full of flavor and perfectly coated with panko that also was salted just right. This kitchen has salting down pat.
We followed with a BLT, perfect. The tomato was flavorful and the bacon crisp, it was wonderful. We also shared the pulled pork with the bleu cheese slaw, a terrific twist and really great. Theses sandwiches were served with their own house made chips, I thought they were among the best I ever had, he could beat Bobby Flay on these.
We had to try a dessert and picked their brown sugar walnut cake with house made vanilla ice cream and a caramel drizzle, Fabulous!!! We shared and it was more than enough for four, with a bit left over. We finished our meal with chat with the chef/owner and asked him if we could bring 40 people and he said yes. It is difficult to have 40 people descend at once but his background is solid and he can handle it.
We know this is going to be a terrific trip for our club and are looking forward to our next visit.
4.5 based on 140 reviews
Wednesday is Seafood Night at the Greathouse with inexpensive appetizers and seafood specials . While all of the food we ordered, there were four of us, was delicious, waiting for it to arrive was exasperating. With only a couple of tables full, the service should have been much better. S L O W is putting it mildly. A slight wait for appetizers lead to an even longer wait for salads, and the main course took forever. The praline pie is so delicious that we all decided to wait it out since we don't plan to go back anytime soon! Our 6:30 reservation with a lovely sunset sometime after 8, it was close to 9 before we left. If you want delicious crabcakes this is the place to go, but just don't be in a rush!
4.5 based on 205 reviews
You can't pass this place without noticing the line of folks waiting to order and the groups who've been served, smiling as they devour the ice cream. Michoacán ice cream is a speciality south of our border and we've been able to enjoy it in Kennett now for 14 years. Friendly and very reasonably priced, a great stop on a summer day.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
I got myself a frappuccino and it was amazing. This starbucks is one of my favorite locations since it has a great atmosphere. I will definitely come back to this location when I am in the area.
4.5 based on 463 reviews
Located in the heart of historic Kennett Square, Portabello's has something for everyone. Chef Owner, Brett Hulbert's menus offer tempting selections for lunch and dinner! Amazing burgers, artisan soups and sandwiches along with signature dishes which include, Firecracker Shrimp, Mushroom Crepes, Crispy Duck, Short Rib Stroganoff & Shellfish Fra diavolo! Come visit us...we look forward to cooking for you!
Like the great Michelin Starred restaurants in Europe, Portobello’s is worth a special trip - it is so outstanding. As grandfather in a three generation family celebration with seven diners, I got to taste most of the menu.
Among the starters, my favorites were the escargot, the mushroom crepe, and the mushroom soup. Since Kennett Square is the mushroom capital of the world, many dishes feature mushrooms.
Among the mains, the duck and crab cake were among the best I have ever eaten. The steak was superb. Even the side dishes were interesting.
For dessert, the chocolate cake and toffee cake were big hits.
Chef Brett visits every table, interacting happily with his patrons. His wife Sandra manages the floor. Both insure that every morsel delights their diners. John was our efficient and friendly waiter. As is the case with every great restaurant, the meal is a product of caring, competent, and creative people — chef and his staff.
4.5 based on 386 reviews
Nice place to try something different off the beaten path.. Very rural setting, very small parking area.. Some unusual items on the menu, such as a "scotch egg" for example.. Nice beer menu with out of the ordinary choices.. They don't serve wine so be aware of that.. We tried it at the three pm happy hour and had a scotch egg, really crisp French fries, oysters on the half shell for one dollar each and a MCEWANS scotch ale ! Have heard horror stories about the parking and the long wait at dinner hours, so I would recommend trying this place early in the day. (opens at 11am)
5 based on 286 reviews
We make fresh ice cream right here on the farm using the milk from our 30+ Jersey cows. The Creamery, to purchase ice cream, sundaes, milkshakes and a number of other treats, is open seasonally.
Always a great family outing, Woodside Farm Creamery has a huge list of flavors. Service is friendly and enthusiastic and prices are reasonable, considering the quality of the ice cream. Don’t miss it.
4.5 based on 51 reviews
food was very plain jane, but good. Prices are very reasonable. We always tend to get there towards end of day, You get in sit down, its 30 minutes before closing and they tell you u have 5 minutes if u want something from the grill. and bug the death out of you. twice they did that to us. im mean really
4.5 based on 189 reviews
After a lovely holiday visit to chilly Longwood Gardens, we used Trip Advisor to find a recommendation for dinner in Kennett Square. Lily's was definitely the perfect choice. They seated us quickly, without a reservation. The menu was somewhat eclectic, though all in the Asian portfolio. My guest ordered filet mignon teriyaki (which was cooked perfectly, and came with a great mix of fresh vegetables). I had Bang Bang crisp shrimp, with honey walnuts. Again, the flavors were spot on, ingredients fresh and portions generous. I would highly recommend this venue, but bring your own wine if that is something you enjoy with dinner.
4.5 based on 75 reviews
The owner is from Manhattan, Mew York; as are many of the others who work at Sake Hana. Our goal is to bring the freshest fish and ingredients to our guest. Our manager has over twenty-five years of gourmet food and beverage experience and cares about each and everyone of our products. We have our fish delivered fresh five to six times a week in order for us to keep our stocks as fresh as possible. Our restaurant"s motto is "We believe that fine dining is a form entertainment for our guests, which has to be complete with good food, fine drinks and excellent service." We provide high-end luxury at affordable prices.
Good ambiance with excellent sushi but poor service. Our food came before cutlery and crockery was laid on our table, whiles our food got cold. My daughter and her husband loves sushi. Great restaurant but really disappointed with the service for a fine dining and expensive place.
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