Our restaurant is located in the historic and sleepy town of Kimberton, Pennsylvania. The building dates back to the 1700's and is surrounded by ... More
Our restaurant is located in the historic and sleepy town of Kimberton, Pennsylvania. The building dates back to the 1700's and is surrounded by perennial gardens, a quiet stream and duck pond. Although you feel far removed from fast paced every day life, we are within a short drive from the main line, King of Prussia and Exton. Our food by no means takes a back seat to our atmosphere (check out Our Cuisine link on the left). Our Wine List is created with variety, excellence and value in mind (check it out, too.) Look over our art collection, composed of original, primarily oil paintings from Philadelphia area artists and displayed throughout our dining rooms and bar. We think you will be surprised that you can enjoy here in the country what you thought was only available in the city.
If you like climbing stairs, eating in a hot loft, so so little portioned overpriced meals, service......well i refer to the steps, cooks that don't know meat temps and guys dressed as women eating at the table next to you.......Well then, hey........ This place is for you!!!! This place should be a strip club; at least then I would walk in knowing I was about to be Fu**ed for my money!!!
My wife and I visited the Kimberton Inn last night, celebrating our birthdays. The food was excellent as always. My crabcake could compete with the best in southern Delaware or Maryland. The fries were perfect. Appetizer of smoked salmon was perfect. My vegetarian wife s risotto and roasted asparagus was also excellent (leftovers tonight) Jeff has always trained his staff to be very professional, but they were exceptional last night. Our waitress was very pleasant and professional, but the two busboys who kept their eyes on the room deserve special compliments (I assume that one was a trainee). Of course they replaced used forks and kept the water glasses filled, but extra little details like scraping crumbs and refolding my wife s crumpled napkin while she was away from the table show the professionalism of Jeff s training. I ve taken many customers to Kimberton over the last 25 years and had many private dinners, and the service, food, and atmosphere are still the best.
Small portions of lousy food at high prices should make diners wary of this out-of-the-way restaurant. I was embarrassed after having suggested this remote place to my family for Sunday brunch. Somewhat atmospheric, our seats were in a cold and drafty hallway. You can't complain about orange juice and a cup of soup, unless of course you're paying $25 for it (plus a small, poorly-cooked entree.) Do yourself and your family a favor and avoid the place.
Unfortunately, this restaurant did not meet our dining standards. The cuisine was average at best, rather run of the mill in relation to local comparables. Patrons, just as locals are aware, should realize they are overpaying for location and not consider it to be a fine dining experience. The atmosphere as expected contained typical historic decorum as found in other local Valley Forge establishments of the period. It is with regret that we are unable to recommend the Kimberton Inn to those who seek an exceptional, extensive fine dining experience.
My wife and I were very impressed with our dining experience at the Kimberton Inn. The ambiance is fantastic, with a wood-burning fireplace in almost every room. If you are expecting an inexpensive meal, this is not the place, but the quality is worth the cost.
Since moving into the area, I have spoke with several business associates who frequent the Inn and have only heard rave reviews.
What a disappointing dining experience we had at this establishment. We felt very badly for the friend who chose to have her gathering here with high expectations. On all levels outlined in this survey, the Kimberton Inn earned a failing grade. However, there are truly fine dining restaurants in the Phoenixville area.
We were highly disappointed with our dining experience at the Kimberton Inn. This establishment certainly has a reputation as a local landmark. Unfortunately, consumers pay the price for this. If you appreciate art and history, by all means enjoy the hype. However, the service was painfully slow and the cuisine was not worth the wait or expense, truly. Portions are rather paltry and again the price is hefty for entrees which are sadly unsavory and unsatisfying.
Best Sunday brunch I've had in Philly area. Dinner in Bar with very reasonably priced bar menu is top rate. Full dinner is the highest quality. This place is pricey but worth every penny. Never get tired of going there.
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